Win or loose, today marked an important day for Ken Livingstone. When the results are announced tomorrow he’ll either confound his critics by securing a third term or he’ll be at the end of a remarkable political career.
‘Vote for anyone on that paper except the two big parties’ says Damian Hockney
Commentators have expressed shock and disappointment at the low turnout of each of the two London Mayor elections so far staged. Assembly candidate for the One London Party Damian Hockney has told them before that they shouldn’t be surprised.
After a year of making regular(ish) trips to Brighton I’ve come to the conclusion that London bus drivers are a much nicer breed than their seaside counterparts.
My priorities as Mayor will be to Back Families and Marriage, End the Culture of Youth Violence, More Affordable Homes, Reject the Olympics Mega Mosque and Tackle Inequality with more jobs.
Ken Livingstone, Boris Johnson, and Brian Paddick spent this morning at the Reuters Mayoral Hustings at Reuters House, Canary Wharf where they addressed an audience of business leaders and journalists.
The Voice Online has published a petty hard hitting attack on Boris Johnson on the issue of race which is entitled ‘London under threat’ and makes reference to ‘his association with racist remarks’.