London Mayor Boris Johnson and British Prime Minister David Cameron are upper-crust conservative British politicians. Both went to Oxford and, perhaps most amusingly, both belonged to that university’s notorious Bullingdon Club. 1,033 more words
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I have had the honour of representing the residents of Peninsula ward since being elected to Medway Council in 2011. Over the past three and a half years I have met some wonderful people, supported numerous community groups, and I have always done my best to stand up for the residents whom I was elected to represent. 433 more words
London Mayor Boris Johnson apologized Wednesday after he knocked down a small child during a friendly soccer match.
“That was a total mistake, I apologize very much,” Johnson told Sky News, adding, “I was going for the ball.” 175 more words
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Chris Summers, Labour MP candidate for Uxbridge & South Ruislip, has told B West London that he is ‘up for the fight’ against Boris Johnson in the 2015 general elections. 330 more words
London mayor Boris Johnson has dismissed calls from his own health commission to ban smoking in the city’s parks and landmarks as ‘nannying’.
Mr Johnson said the suggestion from cancer specialist Lord Ara Darzi, who says the ban could include Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square, would restrict freedom. 121 more words