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Boris selected for Uxbridge Parliamentary Seat

Sent to me by one of our UKIP Hillingdon members – Was this the speech that Boris gave after his successful nomination for the Uxbridge & South Ruislip Parliamentary seat? 301 more words

Elections

Boris Johnson to hold a referendum on becoming an independent country

Boris Johnson has launched an audacious bid to break away from the United Kingdom and declare himself an independent country.

The London Mayor and prospective parliamentary candidate for Ruislip announced on Monday that after 50 years as a citizen of the Union, he had decided to hold a referendum on whether to leave the UK and become an independent state. 328 more words

Politics

James Alexander: Scots show us the case for handing power to regions

James Alexander, Leader of the City of York Council and long time supporter of Yorkshire devolution, writes in a personal capacity in today’s Yorkshire Post… 823 more words

People’s Question Time with Boris Johnson

The London Assembly gathered at the Sherfield building of the Imperial College London, yesterday night, shortly followed by Mayor of London Boris Johnson. The occasion was People’s Question Time: an event held twice a year that gives people the chance to question the Mayor and the Assembly about London’s major issues. 612 more words

London

The Wit and Wisdom of Boris Johnson

I am always a little wary of books bearing the title “The Wit and Wisdom of (insert celebrity of choice here)”.  The majority of the time the person in question has very little wit and even less wisdom.  296 more words

'A Woman To Be Feared For All The Right Reasons' - HPP Meets... The Green Party's Jenny Jones

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This week housepartypolitics editor Joseph Perry travelled to City Hall in London to interview one of the Green Party’s most recognisable figures; Baroness Jenny Jones.   1,916 more words

Labour

London fire station closures - a false economy? (December 9, 2013)

Fire Station Closures

London Mayor Boris Johnson says his current term will be his last and now has two and a half years until it’s over. 64 more words

Social Affairs