The spat between Boris Johnson and Theresa May over the acquisition of three second hand ones from the German police has the air of a dormitory water pistol fight that… Continue reading The post In defence of Boris Johnson’s water cannon appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Early last March, London’s Conservative mayor Boris Johnson unveiled Hans Haacke’s “Gift Horse,” the tenth commission installed on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth.
In case the Labour leadership fracas has distracted you, there is still a Tory leadership contest going on, albeit with a slightly longer timetable. George Osborne has had a good… Continue reading The post Theresa May humiliates Boris Johnson with water cannon announcement appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
UK residents are free to fly the Islamic State’s infamous black-and-white flag in public, London Mayor Boris Johnson said Wednesday.
The Times reports that the salary of Scotland's First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has been increased to £144,687 which is more than the Prime Minster, David Cameron, and the London Mayor, Boris Johnson. But the big laugh is that lastShow More Summary
London's public transport network is about to get a lot greener, with Mayor Boris Johnson announcing that the world's first purpose-built pure electric double-decker bus will hit the city's streets later this year. The announcement was...Show More Summary
Plans by London Mayor Boris Johnson to build an airport in the middle of the River Thames have been blown out of the sky after an independent report suggested an extra runway for the already crowded Heathrow airport.
London Mayor Boris Johnson plans to make solar schools, fitting rooftop solar panels on existing schools. This represents one of the priorities in his public sector energy retrofit program, titled RE:FIT. This ambitious program is meant...Show More Summary
Today’s Sunday Times is reporting (££) BORIS JOHNSON is preparing to call for a “no” vote in Britain’s referendum on the European Union in an attempt to extract greater concessions from Brussels than David Cameron is demanding. In a stance that puts him on a collision course with the prime minister, the mayor of London […]
Mayor of London Boris Johnson drove a Formula E car around the Battersea Park Street Circuit ahead of this weekend's season…
Last night Boris Johnson took part in his final State of London debate with LBC host Nick Ferrari, before he finishes in his role as Mayor of London and focuses on… Continue reading The post Wheelchair user takes Boris Johnson to task at LBC debate appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Last night it was reported Boris Johnson’s relationship with the capital’s black cab trade has become further troubled after the Sun and Daily Mail newspapers released a video showing the mayor of London on his bicycle telling a taxi driver “to fck off and die – and not in that order”. The exchange in Islington, […]
NOTICE HOW LEFTIES ALWAYS WANT TO MAKE IT ILLEGAL TO DISAGREE WITH THEM? Boris Johnson ‘could be breaching sex discrimination laws’ for defending Sir Tim Hunt over sexism row. If true, that’s a reason to get rid of “sex discrimination laws,” and those who promote them in this fashion.
The Sun has video footage of Boris Johnson telling a Cab driver to ‘f— off and die’. Normally, this would sound pretty dire for a politician. But having watched the… Continue reading The post Why Boris’s 4 letter word exchange with a Cabbie won’t do him much harm appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
BORIS JOHNSON: Male and female are different: hardly earth-shattering news. But saying it is horribly retro, except when it’s Importantly Feminist.
London Mayor Boris Johnson urged UK Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday to allow Conservative ministers to retain their place in government even if they plan to publicly support a British exit from the European Union in the upcoming referendum.
Boris Johnson is back to his old tricks, causing headaches for David Cameron. After the Prime Minister’s confused position on whether ministers should be allowed to take part in the ‘Out’ campaign,… Continue reading The post Boris Johnson: ministers should be allowed to campaign for Brexit appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Each month, Boris Kachka offers nonfiction and fiction book recommendations, and you should read as many of them as possible.Loving Day, by Mat Johnson (Spiegel & Grau, June 2)Recent race-based satires like Paul Beatty’s The Sellout and Nell Zink’s Mislaid might prime you to expect something more antic from Johnson,... More »
In less than a year Londoners will elect the successor to Boris Johnson, but who will be the Tory candidate? I suspect the candidate will someone with a high profile, and the ideal choice, would be Lord Coe, but it is believed his future is focussed upon the IOC, so who then? Zac Goldsmith is […]