Comparing willfulness is dangerous, especially when Mayor Boris Johnson, Google, Facebook and Apple are being boiled in the same stew. Can't we all just get along?
London mayor Boris Johnson has launched the new £1.6m integration test facility for the new fleet of Crossrail trains at Bombardier factory in Derby, UK.
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Boris Johnson has said that it is “human nature” to be fearful about being swamped by immigrants and those who seek to curb it are “not bad people”. The Mayor of London said it was the role of politicians to make the case for immigration. Show More Summary
LONDON — Mayor Boris Johnson has been caught up in drama with a deranged passenger on a flight from Kuala Lumpur to London. The unnamed man, who was described by a member of Johnson's entourage as "off his head," was held down by cabin...Show More Summary
Latest Yank expatriate to get caught in IRS’s overseas tax/FATCA trap? None other than London mayor Boris Johnson [Robert Wood, Forbes] “He washes any hint of influence-peddling through the purifying font of his law firm, just as other...Show More Summary
Boris Johnson's has the unique ability to be ridiculous and charming at the same time. The London mayor and his inexplicable haircut can offend entire cities, get stuck on zip lines in front of crowds of journalists and be sacked from...Show More Summary
London Mayor Boris Johnson has issued a challenge to tech startups — figure out how to use drones to ease the city's congestion. "All this Internet shopping is leading to a massive increase in white-van traffic dropping this stuff off,” he said. 360 companies have applied to use drones in the UK as of last month. READ MORE »
Boris Johnson, the flaxen-haired leader of London, said he looks forward to a fleet of drones replacing the delivery vans that now choke the U.K. capital's streets.
Boris Johnson is about the only politician in Britain to stand up for the rich, pointing out that while they may be annoying, they tend to create jobs and prosperity… Continue reading The post Boris is right – Britain does need rich people. And plenty of them appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Boris Johnson, the London Mayor, joins in the fun about Emily Thornberry's sacking as Labour's justice chief by suggesting, mischievously of course, that Ed Miliband deserves a Darwin Award. As Boris says the original incident was really...Show More Summary
London Mayor Boris Johnson is leading a group of U.K. startups on a planned six-day trip across Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Alt Text: The Mole Home Secretary said to be determined to stop ‘faintly ridiculous’ Boris Johnson leading the Conservatives Column The Mole Tuesday, November 25, 2014 - 10:50am A three-day media blitz surrounding Theresa May has sparked...Show More Summary
London Mayor Boris Johnson pays tax in the UK, but IRS wants its cut too. The feisty Mayor refuses, and this Canadian offers moral support.
When in doubt, blame wealthy foreigners for any political problems. That goes for pols in the US and the UK alike, and even the dual-national Mayor of London is not immune. Boris Johnson opposes blanket… Continue reading The post Boris’s dilemma: relinquish his US passport or pay American tax appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The London mayor, an American citizen, objects to paying a U.S. capital gains levy on his UK residence. Uncle Sam’s ex-pat tax laws are worthy of reform. But if Johnson really cares about that, the way to show it is to clear his debt and then campaign for change.
As a public servant and man of letters, London’s mayor is splendidly equipped to take the measure of the 20th Century’s most famous and certainly most eloquent prime minister.
Johnson holds dual U.S.-U.K. citizenship, but hasn't lived in the U.S. since he was 5. He told WAMU's Diane Rehm Show that he had been billed for capital gains on the sale of his first home.
London's Mayor Doesn't Want To Pay U.S. Taxes But Remains a U.S. Citizen. Will the IRS pursue him or Just lien him like Al Sharpton?
What is Boris Johnson? A better question might be: what isn't Boris Johnson? He is, inter alia, the Mayor of London; a prolific author, journalist and, as of this month, a biographer of Winston Churchill; a once and possibly future Member...Show More Summary