Boris Johnson

Yesterday's article in the Guardian by Jo Johnson makes interesting festive reading. Boris' younger brother makes a strong case for the importance of the City of London to the rest of Europe, and doesn't hold any punches on what he thinks David Cameron should do.
As well as running one of the world's largest cities, Boris Johnson has to field requests for everything from his favourite
We've always thought Boris Johnson is the politician most likely to have completed a spell at Hogwarts, so it wasn't a complete
Our entente with the French is still cordiale, but they badly need someone to shout at, writes Boris Johnson.
Westminster City Council is stubbornly implementing charges for late evening, early night-time and Sunday parking in the West End, against the advice of residents, businesses, the entertainment industry, and churches.
These are tough times for London. True, the city has weathered the harsh economic winds blowing through Europe better than most of parts of the UK. But unemployment is up, public services face painful cuts, welfare benefits have been reduced or abolished and prospects for growth look very uncertain. A quarter of young Londoners are unemployed.
London major Boris Johnson has given his blessing to a proposal to set up a book sharing scheme across the capitals tube
It appears that no one is safe from criticism from London Mayor Boris Johnson, whether it is Liverpudlians, David Cameron
For me, it's clear. It doesn't matter how rich you are, the consequences of not being in Europe can be a devastating blow. Just ask Manchester City.
Prime Minister David Cameron faces increasing pressure after two top Tory politicians called for a referendum on Britain's