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Questions to the Mayor of London — Violent Crime: Violent Crime (6 Jul 2022)

Len Duvall OBE: should actually allay some of the trust and confidence issues within the community. Are we doing enough in terms of communicating with geographical areas about where we are doing evidence-led activity, in bearing down and trying to protect our citizens, usually our younger citizens, in terms of facing crime?

Questions to the Mayor of London — London Bridge attack: London Bridge attack (24 Jan 2020)

Len Duvall: Thank you. Lastly, Chair and Mr Mayor, would you praise some of the work post the incident? I think for the first time our victim support services were there, highly trained, skilled and providing some of that aftercare support for people who either witnessed or were potential victims to this crime. I think it was one of our ex-colleagues, a Conservative colleague, who led the scrutiny of...

Police Pay (9 Jan 2008)

John Martin McDonnell: ..., in a breakdown in industrial relations, that the employers' side also makes representations on behalf of the principle of adherence to a deal. The chair of the Metropolitan Police Authority, Len Duvall, wrote to the Home Secretary in a letter that was unanimously agreed by the MPA—again, cross-party. The letter stated that "the government has not acted fairly regarding arbitration for...

Ways and Means: Mauritius Independence Bill (19 Jan 1968)

Mr James Johnson: ...who fought the last election under the flag of the opposition party, Parti Mauricien. The constitutional future was debated in pamphlets, leaflets and speeches during that campaign. I was appalled when I saw in The Times last Saturday that a little known back bench Opposition deputy from the island of Rodrigues was allowed to come here and see the noble Lord who is now Leader of the House...

[Mr Philip Hollobone in the Chair] — Transport for London Funding (15 Dec 2015)

Gareth Thomas: ...are required to limit fare evasion, too, which is rocketing—it is up to £61 million a year following a reduction in staffing levels. I pay tribute to Greater London Authority Labour colleagues, led by the excellent Val Shawcross, Navin Shah and Len Duvall, for that information. Visible staff help to deter and detect crime, including people preparing for or engaging in acts of persistent...

East Thames River Crossings (18 Nov 1994)

John Austin-Walker: ...which transports workers from Belvedere to Dagenham, there is only the Woolwich ferry—the floating link between the north and south circular roads in which the Department of Transport has failed to invest and which it has neglected to modernise, resulting in queues and congestion as boats are taken out of service. For motorists in south-east and east London, there are two depressing...

Mauritius Independence BDLL (14 Dec 1967)

Mr John Farr: Before I go any further, I would like to express the views of my hon. Friend the Member for Ormskirk (Sir D. Glover), who, as the House will remember, with some distinction led a Parliamentary delegation to Mauritius in 1963. He has asked me to say that he has unavoidably been drawn away by a family bereavement, otherwise he would have been here to express his good wishes to the country on...

Commonwealth and Colonial Affairs (1 Jun 1965)

Mr James Johnson: Tanganyika, or Nelson Samkange, in London with others. All of these are devotees of black nationalism, and wish soon rather than later to have a State in which one man has one vote; a State modelled on Kenya, Ghana, or Nigeria, where the Europeans will be technicians and advisers, as they have been in other parts of Africa. However, I do not see how in the near future, with these...

Daniel Morgan (29 Feb 2012)

Tom Watson: It is nearly 25 years— 10 March 1987—since the son of Isabel and the brother of Alastair, Daniel Morgan, was brutally killed by five blows of an axe to the head. The last blow was probably struck when he was on the ground, because the hilt was embedded in his skull. Alastair is here today representing his family to hear the Minister’s response to the family’s call for a judge-led...

Orders of the Day — Tithe Bill. (29 Jun 1936)

Mr Herwald Ramsbotham: ...Rosebery once spoke of the blameless and insipid occupation of receiving deputations. No one, however, who was present at the deputations received by my right hon. Friend could possibly have called them insipid, because in my recollection members of them generally gave full, frank and forcible expression to their opinions. The result of my right hon. Friend's action has been the complete...

Neighbourhood Policing (3 May 2006)

Andrew Slaughter: ...with professionalism and enthusiasm to the aims set out in a string of White Papers and Government Bills since 1997. I shall largely confine my remarks to the Metropolitan area, which I believe has led the way in neighbourhood policing. Both the current commissioner and the Mayor deserve praise for not only supporting but implementing the provision of safer neighbourhood teams across...

Violent Crime - Motion to Take Note (29 Nov 2018)

Lord Kennedy of Southwark: ...crime, or at least very little. I very much endorse the comments of my noble friend Lord Harris of Haringey in this respect. My friend in the London Assembly, the leader of our group, Mr Len Duvall AM, has also raised these issues and has written an excellent article for the Fabian Society, making it clear how important it is to have this multifaceted approach to tackling the tide of...

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