- Boris Johnson- What a man
Personally, i like him, he's into bikes, that's good enough for me.
Before the election i rode down Pall Mall with him chating about the impending vote, came across as ever..but, i think he'll do alot more for bikes in london (as he is) than Ken.. and he liked my rocky mountain, referring to it as a 'nice machine'.
As far as i'm concerned, politians are the same regardless of sides, so if i like one, it's makes a change, a little piece of respite in an otherwise bland farce.Posted 8 years agoNorthwindSubscriber
His dad's brilliant too. Not sure I'd vote for Boris but I do like his style. I got one of his books of collected columns, and he made a point of printing ones where he's since been proved completely wrong, or changed his position- not many politicians will ever admit that, so he gets big plus points from me there. He's also quite nicely open about the fact that he's not a natural Tory, he's with them because "they're the closest thing to my own beliefs that will ever be electable".Posted 8 years agorobarnoldMember
I bumped in to him and his family on their ski trip to Val Thorens this winter and took the liberty of telling him that I 'Loved his work' as I walked past whilst he sat outside The Frog having lunch. He bumbled a typical: 'Oh, yes, well, er, umm; WHY THANK YOU…..AS DO I'
You can't help but like the man, what a star 😀Posted 8 years agokimbersSubscriber
borris may be a blast down the pub but
axing the western extension of the c charge to keep all his schoolchums in kensington on the road is costing tfl 40million a year which will have to be paid for in cuts or price risesPosted 8 years ago
blocking kens plan to charge jags and chelsea tractors 25quid a day
the finacial black hole that is his ongoing farce to replace bendy buses with a routemaster
axing kens cyclepath scheme across london
what a hero
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