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UK Gross Domestic Product (13 Jun 2022)

Pat McFadden: ...more areas of life: passports, driving licences, GP appointments, A&E waiting times, airports and delays in court trials. Time after time what we used to take for granted is now another feature of Boris Johnson’s backlog Britain. Those on the Government Benches had a chance to change direction last week. They had a chance to install new leadership that might have given us some hope of a...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Appointment to the UK Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (13 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: Lord Wharton of Yarm has been appointed as a substitute member of the United Kingdom Delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe in place of Baroness Foster of Oxton.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Armed Forces Day (10 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: I am immensely proud of our armed forces, and I thank them and their families for their service to our country. Armed Forces Day is a fantastic opportunity for the nation to show our appreciation of all those who serve and have served. Almost 300 events are registered on the Armed Forces Day website and the National Event will be taking place in Scarborough on Saturday 25 June. The Ministry...

Ukraine: Defence Relationships - Motion to Take Note (9 Jun 2022)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...many of the Government’s strategic assumptions about foreign policy have been. As we have heard in this debate, the integrated review wrongly de-emphasised the importance of European security. Boris Johnson described it as a British “tilt to the Indo-Pacific” and scarcely mentions Europe beyond NATO. Certainly, there is no mention of the Russian aggression against Ukraine that was...

Scottish Parliament: Economic Priorities (8 Jun 2022)

Michelle Thomson: If the past few days have taught us anything, it is that the price of dependence on the failing UK state and leaders such as Boris Johnson makes the need for Scottish independence all the more urgent. Economics cannot be understood without a deep appreciation of society. That idea was fundamental to the work of Adam Smith. To understand The Wealth of Nations , it is best to read his earlier...

Prime Minister: Engagements (8 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: This week is Carer’s Week, and I am sure the whole House will want to join me in thanking the millions of carers across the UK for all they do to support their loved ones. We have seen the vital role that carers have played in our communities during the pandemic, and we all owe them a debt of gratitude. Through our reforms on adult social care, this Government are committed to continuing to...

Standards in Public Life (7 Jun 2022)

Sam Tarry: ...and who suffers from a rare condition called listeria monocytogenes meningitis and severe mental trauma from her ordeal. She told me: “I can’t express my anger and disappointment that Mr Johnson thinks it’s acceptable to make up excuses the way he…has done. I no longer have faith… Please pass my story on to whoever that would want to hear it. As I also am raising awareness about...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Investigation into Alleged Gatherings on Government Premises during Covid Restrictions (6 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to the hon. Member for Wirral South during my oral statement on 25 May. And in addition to the apology I made in my statement, I have personally spoken and apologised to members of staff affected.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Diaries (6 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the Rt hon. Member to the response I gave to the hon. Member for Vale of Clwyd at Prime Minister’s Questions on 12 January 2022 (Hansard Volume 706, Column 562). In addition to answering Prime Minister’s Questions on that day in May (Hansard Volume 676, Column 565), I also had an audience with Her Majesty the Queen as recorded in the Court Circular.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Diaries (6 Jun 2022)

Boris Johnson: I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. I also held a roundtable to discuss the supermarket sector's ongoing role in the COVID-19 response, as recorded in the government’s transparency data.

Questions to the Mayor of London — Vision Zero: Vision Zero (6 Jun 2022)

Neil Garratt: The pat on the back goes to [former] Mayor [The Rt Hon Boris] Johnson [MP], who was Mayor during that period.

Scottish Parliament: Independence Referendum (Funding) (1 Jun 2022)

...turn, Presiding Officer. First, let us look at the help that the chancellor announced last week—I will say in passing that it is deeply regrettable that it took the partygate crisis, from which Boris Johnson wanted to divert attention, for the chancellor to lift a single finger. The £400 in universal support, welcome though it is, is a fraction of the projected increase in energy costs...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Assembly Business: Election of Speaker and Deputy Speakers (30 May 2022)

Eóin Tennyson: ...and serve our community. The DUP claims to be exercising leverage, but it is treating the most vulnerable in our community as leverage. The DUP's actions over the past number of weeks will not hurt Boris Johnson or the EU, but they will hurt people languishing on waiting lists and people relying on food banks to feed their kids. The DUP claims to have a mandate for this course of action,...

Economy Update - Statement (26 May 2022)

Baroness Kramer: not think anybody in this House is seriously fooled. The announcements by the Chancellor today, including the U-turns on a windfall tax and increasing benefits, are basically covering fire for Boris Johnson and his disgraceful role in partygate. The timing gives it away. People have been suffering from a cost of living crunch through much of this winter, making an appalling personal...

Address to Her Majesty: Platinum Jubilee (26 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: I beg to move, That an humble Address be presented to Her Majesty to offer the heartfelt good wishes and loyal devotion of the House on the occasion of the Seventieth Anniversary of Her Accession to the Throne, expressing its deep gratitude for Her Majesty’s lifelong unstinting service, leadership and commitment to the United Kingdom, Dependencies and Territories, Her other Realms, and the...

Scottish Parliament: Ferries (Construction Contract) (26 May 2022)

John Swinney: ...that I say today will satisfy Mr Ross. He is going to doubt what I say and question my integrity. I am giving Parliament honest answers, which is more than can be said for the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, who Douglas Ross is prepared to support.

Sue Gray Report - Statement (25 May 2022)

Lord Collins of Highbury: ...from a longstanding civil servant … Event after event is juxtaposed against the prevailing rules at the time to devastating effect.” What also jumps out from this report is: why did it take Boris Johnson six months to acknowledge what was going on? Instead of owning up and taking responsibility, we had to see a costly police investigation, which concluded that he was the first Prime...

Sue Gray Report (25 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: The right hon. and learned Gentleman talks about what went on in No. 10 Downing Street and the events behind that black door, and about the number of events. All I will say to him is that he, throughout the pandemic, was not leading many thousands of people in the fight against coronavirus. He was sniping from the sidelines and veering from one position to the next, and today he has done it...

Prime Minister: Engagements (25 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: Mr Speaker, I want to begin by echoing what you have just said about the reports of the fatal shooting in a Texan primary school. Our thoughts are with all those affected by this horrific attack. Yesterday, I welcomed the Emir of Qatar to Downing Street. It is excellent news that Qatar announced that it will invest up to £10 billion in the UK through our new strategic investment partnership....

Scottish Parliament: Social Security Scotland (Staffing) (25 May 2022)

Richard Leonard: ...which represents DWP workers, has quite rightly mounted a campaign to save their jobs and avert the closures, under the banner “First we were clapped, then we were scrapped”. In November 2021, Boris Johnson went so far as to call them “miracle workers”. He might be in need of a miracle worker himself, now that the Sue Gray report has been published. Last week, the Auditor General...

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