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Questions to the Mayor of London — Ulez: Ulez (29 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: ...improvements to enable the expansion to take place. That is wrong and that will impact the health of Londoners. However, there is good news because the next Prime Minister is probably going to be Boris Johnson and Boris Johnson of course is against expansion of Heathrow and is in favour of air quality in London, we hope. I am hoping there will be some progress in this area once he...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Cancellation of the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf Bridge: Cancellation of the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf Bridge (29 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: The question you are asking is whether I will agree to potentially £600 million‑plus being spent on this bridge, and the answer is no. We have seen with the previous Mayor [Boris Johnson] what happens when you become fixated with a project and a bridge, even though common sense is telling you and experts are telling you it is not value for money and is not a sensible use of taxpayers’...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Housing Infrastructure Fund: Housing Infrastructure Fund (29 Jul 2019)

Navin Shah: ...ask a question about the very future of HS2. As we all know, the Chair of HS2 is carrying out a project review and this is in the context of a comment from the frontrunner to be the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson [MP], and I quote: “There are projects we should have on transport in the north of the country that ought to take precedence over HS2.” Do you think that if HS2 were to be...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Williams Review: Williams Review (29 Jul 2019)

Florence Eshalomi: ...fact that the overcrowding and congestion on a number of routes through Southwark is quite worrying. They want passengers put back at the heart of that. Do you feel that if we have Prime Minister Boris Johnson elected next week, will he advocate for rail devolution down to London on a number of those key routes, including the Govia Thameslink Railway route, which is up for...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Permitted Development: Permitted Development (29 Jul 2019)

Sadiq Khan: I will do so, but the good news is every single member of the Conservative Assembly Group, except for one, supports the candidature of Boris Johnson and they probably have more influence over him than I would. I will lobby [potential] Prime Minister Johnson, but I am sure the Conservative Group on the Assembly will also lobby Mr Johnson because it is really important that we have good...

Priorities for the Government - Statement (25 Jul 2019)

Lord Liddle: ...growth. So, this is a very serious question, not one of party politics. Mrs May took notice of these experts and that is why she was determined that there would not be no deal. What notice do Mr Boris Johnson and his team of sycophants take of expertise?

Summer Adjournment (25 Jul 2019)

Mark Hendrick: ...from the Prime Minister about his plans for the future. The comments that we have heard today are comments that we have heard many times from the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson), who is full of bluff and bluster, but there are many serious issues up and down the country, many of which are important topics being faced by those in my own constituency....

United Kingdom’s Ambassador to the United States: Leaked Messages - Question for Short Debate (25 Jul 2019)

Lord Collins of Highbury: cite Tom Tugendhat, chair of the Foreign Affairs Committee, who said it was essential that we all stand up for those who we send abroad. I repeat what I said then: it is deeply shameful that Boris Johnson was unable to do that, despite the six opportunities he had in the TV debate. The noble Baroness, Lady Goldie, who is in her place, responded to the Urgent Question by saying that it...

Mental Health Act 1983 — [Ms Karen Buck in the Chair] (25 Jul 2019)

Neil Coyle: ...present, but they make a bad choice every time they light a cigarette, and arguably the Conservative party has chosen badly in selecting the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson). The fourth and fifth principles are: “An act done, or decision made, under this Act for or on behalf of a person who lacks capacity must be done, or made, in his best interests....

Priorities for Government (25 Jul 2019)

Boris Johnson: I struggled to discover a serious question in that, but I will make one important point that it is worth making: under no circumstances will we agree to any free trade deal that puts the NHS on the table. It is not for sale. I remind the right hon. Gentleman that for 44 of its 71 years of glorious existence, the NHS has benefited from Conservative policies and Conservative government, because...

Kew Gardens (Leases) (No. 3) Bill [Lords]: Youth Services (24 Jul 2019)

Ben Bradley: .... I hope the House will indulge me for a second as I seek to take my moment in history by perhaps being the first to congratulate my right hon. Friend the Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson), our new Prime Minister, on his appointment to the role and his barnstorming speech outside No. 10 earlier. From that speech, I took a number of positives that relate to this debate....

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: 20 Years of Devolution (24 Jul 2019)

Patrick Grady: ...think that constitutional perfection has now been reached on these islands. I wonder whether that means he agrees with his new party leader, the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson), who told a group of activists that we do not need “an England-only parliament. We have an England parliament, it’s in Westminster.” If the Secretary of State does agree with...

Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland: Leaving the EU: Effect on the Union (24 Jul 2019)

Pete Wishart: ...his soon-to-be Prime Minister, because what he has said in the past is that it would be “extremely difficult” to stay in a Cabinet under the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson). Will he ever develop anything approaching a backbone, or are Ruth’s Scottish Conservatives now the exclusive property of their biggest electoral liability?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Jul 2019)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...her position, but by then, she no longer had the authority to deliver. Her successor has no mandate at all. Does she have confidence that the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) will succeed where she has not?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (24 Jul 2019)

Keith Simpson: ...heroes. May I now ask her a specific question? She is going to the palace this afternoon, and we assume that she is going to recommend that the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) succeed her as Prime Minister, but will she tell the House one piece of real, hard advice that she would like to give him on being Prime Minister?

Crown Prosecution Service: Rape and Sexual Offences - Question for Short Debate (23 Jul 2019)

Lord Hogan-Howe: the exponential rise in digital evidence sources and the number of reports of sexual offences, there has been a significant loss of resources to the police and the CPS. The new Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has promised another 20,000 police officers, which is to be commended. However, this will need to be driven forward. The gap in the number of officers will, in my estimation, take...

UK Trade and Investment Strategy — [Philip Davies in the Chair] (23 Jul 2019)

Julia Lopez: ...Bill Esterson) finds himself within a party that perhaps now welcomes only newspeak from its comrades, but I am fairly certain that my right hon. Friend the Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson) is not advocating no deal as his primary objective. I would like to reassure the hon. Gentleman that his dystopian imaginings about the DIT’s work and the trade figures are...

Health and Social Care: NHS Workforce Vacancies (23 Jul 2019)

Matthew Hancock: Question 10 is about workforce vacancies, and I can tell the House that one workforce vacancy has just been filled, because Boris Johnson has just been elected as the leader of the Conservative party. The NHS employs more staff now than at any time in its 70-year history, with significant growth in newly qualified staff from 2012. Our full people plan will help to tackle these issues for the...

NHS and Future Trade Deals — [Sir Roger Gale in the Chair] (22 Jul 2019)

Judith Cummins: ...somewhat. On Wednesday we are entering a brave new world, with a new Prime Minister. The person almost certain to be that new Prime Minister, the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson), has repeatedly stated that he regards concluding a quick trade deal with the US as an absolute priority. So this is a timely debate and one that will no doubt continue in the...

Northern Ireland (Executive Formation etc.) Bill - Commons Amendment: Motion A (22 Jul 2019)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...Conservative Party and therefore the next Prime Minister will close. Neither candidate rules out no deal—that is a slightly separate issue. However, only one of them—the one most likely to win, Boris Johnson—has not ruled out shutting down Parliament in order for it not to take a view on crashing out of the EU. It may be that a no-deal Brexit is exactly what happens; I do not...

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