Opening Statement & Questions on PPP (Supplementary) [1]

Session date: 
March 27, 2002
Question By: 
Bob Neill
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor


Would you not agree that at the moment, since the power to direct and control the Tube remains with Government, the views of London Members of Parliament on the PPP are of great significance to the people of London and ought to be in the public domain? Can't you, as Mayor, assist in that process?


Answer for Opening Statement & Questions on PPP (Supplementary) [1]

Answer for Opening Statement & Questions on PPP (Supplementary) [1]

Answered By: 
The Mayor

I think there is a difference between what Members of Parliament really feel and what they actually say on many of these issues and that's why so many of them have gone very quiet. I find it very difficult to find any Member of Parliament who genuinely believes these contracts are value for money.