By their words shall ye know them! When Boris Johnson was Mayor, he won rave reviews globally for the super efficient way he hoiked London out of recession, made it the no. 1 city in the world and beat Ken Livingstone and a 19% swing to Labour twice.
The Germans extolled him as the man with huge charisma, who got the job done.
“Boris, the picky Germans believe, understands the exercise of power, and how to win elections. While protecting the poor, Boris is smart enough to back business and go for growth, and, says Die Welt, he knocks spots off the Mayor of Berlin, Klaus Wowereit, who is flamboyant and fun, but achieves very little.” See link first para. Continue reading
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There has been a definite shift in the Brussels deadlock, as wily Theresa May played an ace. She pointed out that carry on the way that they are, and she could be removed and replaced by their worst nightmare! The fear that Boris Johnson will be next PM shook EU chiefs so badly, they dropped their silly posturing in a flash, to become Mrs. May’s new best friends.
Oddschecker shows that Boris is in the lead to follow Mrs. May as Tory leader and next PM. EU chiefs know that in Boris, the UK has a superbrain, up to every dodgy manoeuvre in a flash, who will not shift an inch where British interests are concerned. Like every other Brexiteer, he will fight for our rights like a tiger. Months ago, he suggested cutting off EU payments and his speciality is putting the boot in if this country is being mucked about. Continue reading
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Tagged Boris, divorce payments, EU chiefs, infrastructure, May, Oddschecker, Osborne, Sadiq Khan, trade missions, world class salesman
Another idea from brilliant Boris Johnson is proving even more of a success than expected. The BBC announced today that the London economy has been boosted by £171 million in a year. It has proved a safe and reliable way of getting Londoners home safely.
Passengers have also exceeded expectation, by more than 18%. As Mayor, Boris raised billions in investment for London on his trade missions. He arranged millions in deals, and £500M in funding for Londoners. His scheme for the night tube is just another example of what a fantastic loss he is to London, but the city’s loss is the Foreign Office’s gain. Continue reading
An explosive story in TAXI magazine accuses TfL of snatching the publication to conceal the truth from Londoners about the rising rape count. It also prints the shocking allegation that Uber is not reporting the extent of rapes and sexual assaults by its drivers to the Met. Where is the concern of the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, over the rising attacks and sexual assaults on Londoners?
Every member of the London Assembly has voted that this situation must not continue. Sadiq Khan renewed Uber’s licence for 4 months and it is up for renewal again in September. Mr. Khan could pull the licence tomorrow if he wanted to. Continue reading
For once every single member of the London Assembly is united against the Mayor of London over maverick, rule breaking Uber. The Uber licence is up for renewal in September, and if Sadiq Khan is fool enough to renew the licence, he will be ripped to pieces by his own Assembly members.
Sadiq’s big mouth bragging has finally come back to haunt him. This is the man who vowed when he was running for Mayor that if Uber trangressed only once, he would pull their licence! There are so many reasons to pull Uber off the road, critics have lost count, but instead, a year after becoming Mayor, Khan renewed the Uber licence. Continue reading
Jeremy Corbyn’s appearance at Glastonbury in time of national crisis seems to have majorly backfired. Last night, Boris Johnson pitilessly revealed the idiocy of Corbo at such a time getting down with kids to howls of laughter from both benches. Corbo wants to scrap Trident.
Jeremy Corbyn claimed to be speaking to the dispossessed. Are you kidding me? Tickets for “Glarstonbury” are £238 a pop! The likes of Kate Moss, pop stars, supermodels, champagne socialists and a chubby Ed Balls pay a fortune for special accomodation. Continue reading