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Housing: Rent and Covid-19 - Question (8 Oct 2020)

Lord Bird: ...one paycheque away from falling into arrears. That is the kind of information we need to work on. I suggest that the Minister speak to the Government. If we are to have a Cockaigne, as suggested by Boris Johnson at the party conference recently, we need to support people who will fall into evictions because of Covid-19. The only way to do that is for the Government to pay now, rather than...

Scottish Parliament: Covid-19 (Scottish Government Response) (8 Oct 2020)

Anas Sarwar: The First Minister is a better communicator than Boris Johnson, and I think that everyone in Scotland would say, “Thank goodness for that.” However, the rise in the number of cases in the past two weeks shows that an effective communication strategy is not the same as a virus elimination strategy. I support our trying to beat the virus, but I genuinely fear that parts of our response to...

Scottish Parliament: Reducing Covid-19 Transmission (8 Oct 2020)

Willie Rennie: ...colleague Alex Cole-Hamilton has just highlighted another element of that confusion. Is that being open? Is it treating people like adults? The First Minister is doing exactly what she criticised Boris Johnson for doing earlier this year.

Scottish Parliament: Trade Bill (8 Oct 2020)

Patrick Harvie: Yesterday, every member in the chamber who is not a supporter of Boris Johnson and the Brexit ultras joined together to reject the United Kingdom Internal Market Bill. From that debate, it was apparent that most of us see clearly the fundamental connections between that bill and the United Kingdom Government’s trade agenda. The Trade Bill that is the subject of today’s legislative consent...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Advocate General for Scotland (7 Oct 2020)

Boris Johnson: An appointment will be announced in the usual way.

Prime Minister: Engagements (7 Oct 2020)

Boris Johnson: This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. In addition to my duties in this House, I shall have further such meetings later today.

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (7 Oct 2020)

Michael Russell: ...members do not like the truth. At the end of December, the UK and Scotland will leave the Brexit transition period. The transition is ending because of the astonishing and reckless decision of Boris Johnson to refuse the extension that was on offer, despite the fact that we are in a global pandemic and a deep economic recession. Even at this late stage, the possibility of leaving in the...

Scottish Parliament: South-west Scotland Transport Infrastructure (7 Oct 2020)

Colin Smyth: ..., the north of England and Northern Ireland. As has been mentioned in the debate, this week, we have heard much about the UK Government’s review of transport connections across the UK, and about Boris Johnson’s fantasy politics, with talk of a bridge or tunnel between Portpatrick and Larne, which everyone knows will not happen. We already have a link to Northern Ireland via the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Infrastructure: Connectivity Review: Priorities (6 Oct 2020)

Nichola Mallon: I thank the Member for his question. I look forward to engaging with Boris Johnson on the connectivity review because there has been no consultation, certainly not with me as the Infrastructure Minister in our devolved region. I am clear about the connectivity review. Connectivity is hugely important, but the British Government signed up to a number of commitments within 'New Decade, New...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Consequences of the British Government Breaking International Law (5 Oct 2020)

Martina Anderson: ...in the Chamber who are absolutely appalled that the British Government have abandoned even the pretence of adhering to international law. While Tony Blair pretended that his Iraq War was legal, Boris Johnson does not even pretend: he is boasting about breaking international law. As for his claim that he is protecting the Good Friday Agreement — that is a lie. We already know what British...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions — Finance: COVID-19: Support for Businesses (5 Oct 2020)

Conor Murphy: ...that has alarmed us all in recent days. The Executive have not taken any decisions in relation to the circuit-breaker-type approach that the Member refers to. I am aware that the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made some comments in relation to additional support if we do get to that. I wrote today to the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, to seek an urgent meeting to see what levels...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: Consequences of the British Government Breaking International Law (5 Oct 2020)

Caoimhe Archibald: ...about the Internal Market Bill. It has increased uncertainty and has damaged relations and trust in the negotiation process: a process that we already knew was difficult and slow. It seems that Boris Johnson and his cronies have spent the past 10 months in denial about what they signed up to and ratified in the withdrawal agreement. Instead of putting their best endeavours into finding...

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Publication of the Intelligence and Security Committee’s Report on Northern-Ireland Related Terrorism (5 Oct 2020)

Boris Johnson: The Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament has today laid before Parliament a report of the former Committee on Northern Ireland-Related Terrorism, looking at the key challenges faced by MI5 and others in tackling the threat posed by Dissident Republican (DR) groups in Northern Ireland. The current security situation in Northern Ireland (NI) is in no way comparable to ‘The...

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Internal Market Bill (1 Oct 2020)

John Mason: ...Scottish Parliament’s Finance and Constitution Committee has heard major concerns about it. If the Scottish Parliament refuses legislative consent, does the First Minister have any message for Boris Johnson?

Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Sep 2020)

Boris Johnson: I know the whole House will want to join me in expressing our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was tragically killed in Croydon on Friday. It is a reminder of the huge debt we owe to those who put their own lives at risk to keep us safe every day. Tomorrow sees the start of Black History Month. For generations, countless people of African and Caribbean...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Schedule 2 - Services Exclusions (29 Sep 2020)

...Hendrick Drew Hendry Mike Hill Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Margaret Hodge Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren Jones Gerald Jones Kevan Jones Ruth Jones Sarah Jones Mike Kane Barbara Keeley Liz Kendall Afzal Khan Stephen Kinnock Peter Kyle Ben Lake David Lammy Ian Lavery Chris Law...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: Clause 45 - Further provision related to sections 42 and 43 etc (29 Sep 2020)

...Hendrick Drew Hendry Mike Hill Meg Hillier Wera Hobhouse Margaret Hodge Sharon Hodgson Kate Hollern Rachel Hopkins Stewart Hosie George Howarth Rupa Huq Imran Hussain Christine Jardine Diana R. Johnson Kim Johnson Darren Jones Gerald Jones Kevan Jones Ruth Jones Sarah Jones Mike Kane Barbara Keeley Liz Kendall Afzal Khan Stephen Kinnock Peter Kyle Ben Lake David Lammy Ian Lavery Chris Law...

United Kingdom Internal Market Bill: New Clause 4 - Objectives and general functions (29 Sep 2020)

Mhairi Black: .... Since 1939, 62 countries have gained independence from Westminster and not a single one has asked to come back. Only one country decided to stay and look where we are. In 2014, the idea of Boris Johnson as Prime Minister was a warning. Now, it is a reality. The Bill provides a framework to allow Westminster to bypass the Scottish Parliament in the hope that we do not notice it, but we...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Fisheries Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (29 Sep 2020)

Clare Bailey: ...must be enshrined in law. I note, however, that there is no legal obligation to achieve any of the Bill's objectives. Without legal duty, I worry that the Bill will fail to deliver on its ambition. Boris Johnson's Conservative Government promised in their 2019 manifesto that they would deliver a "legal commitment to fish sustainably" — there is another Boris quote for you — yet the...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Executive Committee Business: Fisheries Bill: Legislative Consent Motion (29 Sep 2020)

Philip McGuigan: ...are not exactly trustworthy, and that is particularly the case where the interests of the island of Ireland are concerned. Giving consent via the LCM with that knowledge and experience of Boris Johnson and the Tories and in the context of no overall agreement with the EU on fisheries is akin to watching the film, 'Salem's Lot' from behind the sofa and hoping that everyone in the town...


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