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Questions to the Mayor of London — Regulation of the Private Rented Sector (3): Regulation of the Private Rented Sector (3) (24 May 2022)

Sadiq Khan: ...about how a new Decent Homes Standard can work for the private rented sector. I also continue to lobby the Government to give me the power to introduce rent control, most recently in a letter to Boris Johnson on 9th May.

Public Order Bill (23 May 2022)

John Martin McDonnell: ...against major transport infrastructure projects, so I want to stand up for the right of one of my colleagues —in fact, my neighbouring MP: the right hon. Member for Uxbridge and South Ruislip (Boris Johnson)—who has committed himself to lying down in front of the bulldozer if there is an expansion of Heathrow airport and a third runway. I would not want to see him locked up—well,...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: India: Myanmar (23 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: The UK is at the forefront of international efforts to prevent the flow of arms to Myanmar. On 27 March 2022, we coordinated a joint statement, agreed by 47 countries, which urged all countries to stop the flow of arms to Myanmar. We also worked with partners to secure strong language in the April 2022 Human Rights Council Resolution on Myanmar. We continue to raise this issue bilaterally...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Russia: Ukraine (20 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: In the run up to and during this conflict, I have spoken regularly with President Emmanuel Macron and Chancellor Olaf Scholz, reaffirming in each conversation the united condemnation of Putin’s barbaric actions and the importance of our nations continuing to work closely together. I have also discussed support for Ukraine on a call with G7 and European Leaders on 8 May ahead of the G7...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Cultural Heritage: West Midlands (20 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: As a former resident of Bilston, I am proud of the enormous contribution that the Black Country has made and continues to make to the UK. I encourage everyone to join in as we celebrate the region's industrial heritage, history and culture on Black Country Day.

Scottish Parliament: Wellbeing Economy (Support for Households) (19 May 2022)

Ariane Burgess: Boris Johnson recently said that we cannot spend our way out of the cost of living crisis, and that, instead, “We need to grow our economy”. However, economic growth alone has not brought benefits for everyone. Even before the recent crisis struck, many in the Highlands and Islands could not afford to heat their home or buy enough healthy food. What can the Scottish Government do to put...

Achieving Economic Growth (18 May 2022)

Chris Bryant: ...might have by the end of this legislative Session, but Companies House still says on its website, “Companies House does not verify the accuracy of the information filed.” So when we read that Boris Johnson Ltd was dissolved on 5 January 2021, we do not know whether that is true. We might like it to be true, but we do not know whether it is. Nor, for that matter, do we know for sure...

Prime Minister: Engagements (18 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: I know that Members across the House will want to join me in offering our best wishes to Rangers for this evening’s match in Seville. This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others, and in addition to my duties in this House, I shall have further such meetings later today.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Climate Change and Energy (18 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: Details of ministerial meetings with external organisations are published on as part of the government’s transparency agenda.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Muslims: India (18 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the hon. Member to my answer to PQ 157533 on 27 April.

Scottish Parliament: Scottish Attainment Challenge (18 May 2022)

Neil Bibby: ...identified as facing the biggest challenge with the poverty-related attainment gap. That is robbing Peter to pay Paul. Taking money from our poorest areas to help better-off areas is something that Boris Johnson would be proud of—it is the tartan version of the Tories’ so-called levelling-up agenda.

Queen’s Speech - Debate (4th Day) (16 May 2022)

Lord Wigley: ...elections were a telling landmark. The people of Wales much prefer the values and policies pursued by our own Government, led by Labour with Plaid Cymru’s support, to the chaotic ambiguity of Boris Johnson’s Government. Labour controls eight councils in Wales; Plaid Cymru, four. No other party controls any council, and that tells a story. Plaid Cymru seeks independence for Wales, not...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Energy Supply (16 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: Ministerial meetings with external organisations will be published in the usual way on as part of the government’s transparency agenda. A summary of that meeting is available in the press release.

HM Passport Office: Backlogs - Commons Urgent Question (12 May 2022)

Lord Dholakia: My Lords, how many additional civil servants have been taken on to deal with the backlog? Is Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who criticised the Passport Office so bitterly, now satisfied with the work of this organisation?

Queen’s Speech - Debate (3rd Day) (12 May 2022)

Lord Paddick: ...debate, remembered a conversation with a former Minister who recalled being able to take issues back to his department, where he would be listened to if he made a case for change, though not since Boris Johnson became Prime Minister. Modesty forbids me naming names, but this House has expertise in policing protests that was not listened to. Not even serving police officers have been...

Scottish Parliament: Violent Crime (11 May 2022)

Keith Brown: ...actually do when they are in government. Let us have a look at the way the Tories approach crime—[ Interruption. ] I know that they do not want to hear this and that it is difficult for them. Boris Johnson and Kwasi Kwarteng then basically said, “Yes, but these were victims of fraud, and we are talking about crimes that really affect people.” They said that as if fraud does not...

Queen’s Speech - Debate (1st Day): Motion for an Humble Address (10 May 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ..., I have highlighted how David Cameron appointed more Peers per year than any other Prime Minister but, today, I can announce that his record has been well and truly broken. In under two years, Boris Johnson has appointed 84 new Peers—a direct snub to the Lord Speaker’s Committee on the Size of the House—but, even with a massive number of new Conservative Peers, the Government still...

Debate on the Address: [1st day] (10 May 2022)

Boris Johnson: indicated dissent.

Scottish Parliament: Ferries (Construction Contract) (4 May 2022)

...have we had in 12 years of Tory Government at Westminster? We have had Brexit and austerity, and poverty has increased; we have seen pension cuts, tax increases and—worst of all—we have had Boris Johnson.

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