While Boris is fannying around trying to get a £50 million project off the ground, the rest of the United Kingdom is struggling to feed mouths and keep their shelter. An incoherent move? We'd say so. So what's Boris's trail of thought here?
Following my recent article regards The Rolling Stones possibly performing a 50th Year Anniversary gig in July 2012 - other possible appearance rumours have since circulated in the press suggesting another likely occasion.
Sir Mick Jagger has backed out of an event to promote Britain at the Davos summit after complaining of being used as a "political
Rolling Stones frontman Sir Mick Jagger has been signed up as part of a celebrity-backed Government effort to sell Britain
Ken Livingstone has accused mayoral rival of "calling Londoners workshy" after Boris Johnson urged workers in the capital
Ken Livingstone has overtaken Boris Johnson in the race to become London mayor, according to a poll by YouGov. The Labour
Throughout last year, I regarded Boris Johnson as the likeliest winner of London’s coming mayoral election. YouGov and other pollsters showed consistently that around one-in-five Labour supporters would desert Ken Livingstone and vote for Boris. Our latest poll tells a different story.
The Mayor has sold his Estuary Airport plans as visionary, but it is a vision which is already 50 years out of date.
Boris Johnson and Eric Pickles joined forces on Wednesday morning to announce a new construction project at the Greenwich
Once again the media has become excited about proposals for a new London airport following reports that ministers are warming to the idea.