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Scottish Parliament: Cost of Living (Support) (4 May 2022)

Siobhian Brown: Last week, the chancellor said that it was “silly” for the Tory Government to help households who are struggling with their bills. Yesterday, Boris Johnson admitted that he has not done enough to alleviate the pain of the cost of living crisis, and today, the Secretary for State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said that to cope with the cost of living, people should choose value...

Scottish Parliament: Northern Ireland Protocol (4 May 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: We remain deeply concerned about the dispute over the Northern Ireland protocol. The protocol is part of the European Union-United Kingdom withdrawal agreement. When Boris Johnson signed it, he described it as a “fantastic moment”. The Minister for Culture, Europe and International Development and Minister with special responsibility for Refugees from Ukraine, Neil Gray, has written to...

Scottish Parliament: Affordable Housing (4 May 2022)

Shona Robison: ...marked contrast to the half a million council houses that were sold off under the Tories, which is a lot of homes to have to make up. It does not stop there. An article in The Telegraph shows that Boris Johnson is leading the charge to sell off housing association homes. Not content to sell off council homes, the Tories now want to sell off housing association homes. Affordable housing is...

Questions to the Mayor of London — Impact of ULEZ expansion and road charging: Impact of ULEZ expansion and road charging (4 May 2022)

Sadiq Khan: -- he is a Boris Johnson [Prime Minister] supporter. I have not broken --

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Prime Minister: Black Country Day (28 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: It has not proved possible to respond to the hon. Member in the time available before Prorogation.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: 10 Downing Street: Taxis (28 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: It has not proved possible to respond to the hon. Member in the time available before Prorogation.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Rishi Sunak: Fines (28 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: I refer the Hon. Member to the statement issued by my Rt Hon. Friend, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, on 12 March; this has been placed in the Library.

Scottish Parliament: Cost of Living (28 Apr 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: for people is deeply offensive to those across Scotland and all other parts of the UK who, right now, are struggling to heat their homes and feed their children. It is time for Rishi Sunak, Boris Johnson and the UK Government to step up and to act.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Jagtar Singh Johal (27 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: I had a wide-ranging discussion with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 22 April in Delhi covering a number of bilateral and international issues. This included raising our concerns about the detention of Jagtar Singh Johal. We continue to look to raise this case at all appropriate occasions.

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Muslims: India (27 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: The UK is committed to defending freedom of religion or belief for all and promoting respect and tolerance across different religious and non-religious groups. We condemn any instances of discrimination because of religion or belief, regardless of the country or faith involved. We engage with India on a range of human rights matters and where we have concerns, we raise them directly with the...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Taxation: Domicil (27 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: No. In relation to other Ministers of the Crown, I would add that Section 41 of the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010 provides that all MPs and sitting peers are automatically deemed to be resident and domiciled in the UK for tax purposes.

Scottish Parliament: United Kingdom Shared Prosperity Fund (27 Apr 2022)

Michelle Thomson: ...of the democratic voice of the Scottish people, must be resisted. At the same time as the Tories fall into line to defend a law-breaking Prime Minister, they want to give away more powers to Boris Johnson’s Government. Having disregarded the interests of the Scottish people as they pushed through a destructive Brexit, with its significant loss of trade and freedom of movement, the supine...

Prime Minister: Engagements (27 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: As this will be the final PMQs of this Session, I wanted to remind the House of what we have achieved. More than 20 Acts of Parliament have been passed, including our National Insurance Contributions Act 2022, which will increase the thresholds from July and be worth an average of £330 a year—the largest single personal tax cut for a decade—and our Economic Crime (Transparency and...

Nationality and Borders Bill - Commons Amendments: Motion B1 (as an amendment to Motion B) (26 Apr 2022)

Lord Horam: ...sure that that will be a necessary part of any government policy. Having a sensible arrangement with France may be rather easier now that we know who its president is, but it will not be enough for Boris Johnson to say, “Donnez-moi un break, Emmanuel”. He will have to have a much more rounded policy, which may take several years given all the other issues we have with France on...

Easter Recess: Government Update - Statement (25 Apr 2022)

Baroness Smith of Basildon: ...sacrifices from those who obeyed the rules because it was the right thing to do are heartbreaking. It was not always easy, and for so many, the hurt and sadness remain. Yet even in his apology, Boris Johnson still pleaded that it “did not occur” to him, “then or subsequently”, that he was breaking the rules. In making the Statement last week, the Prime Minister sounded genuinely...

Elections Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 63 (25 Apr 2022)

Lord Sikka: ...private phone numbers of Prime Ministers and then, on the phone, Prime Ministers tell them, “Yes, we promise there will be no tax increase if you conduct business in the UK”—as Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Sir James Dyson. Big accounting firms could not get into the public sector audit market because the Audit Commission did not think that they were up to the task. So they...

Written Answers — Prime Minister: Employment: Coronavirus (25 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: During my appearance before the Liaison Committee I committed to respond in writing on a number of issues that were raised with me. I will arrange for a copy of the letter to be placed in the House of Commons Library.

Referral of Prime Minister to Committee of Privileges (21 Apr 2022)

Florence Eshalomi: ...2020 with just 6 people…I lost my sister last year, to a late diagnosis of stage 4 lung cancer. All whilst following and often going beyond the rules…But Florence it’s the blatant deceit from Boris Johnson that I just can’t get close to not being incandescent with anger about. I feel that the government have brought a culture where lying, breaking the law and division rule the day....

Written Ministerial Statements — Prime Minister: Publication of the Intelligence and Security Committee’s Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism Report (21 Apr 2022)

Boris Johnson: The Intelligence and Security Committee will publish its report on Extreme Right-Wing Terrorism in due course.

Scottish Parliament: Homelessness (Glasgow) (21 Apr 2022)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...of living crisis. However, for us to be able to do as much as we would want to would necessitate more power over those crucial issues lying in the hands of this Parliament and not in the hands of Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak at Westminster.

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