Something’s changed during the holiday, maybe it was the departure of so many advisors and deputy mayors but along with Boris’s apparent realisation that he can’t delegate his entire job has come a newfound sense of direction and purpose.
Damian Hockney has long opposed those who try to meddle with the Notting Hill Carnival, and hopes that the new Mayor will avoid the temptations that the former Mayor gave in to.
Catching a number 12 bus from the Elephant and Castle yesterday I witnessed what can only be described as a series of raids by ticket inspectors, accompanied by florescent clad PSCOs and Police.
I love walking around the capital but, cursed with no sense of balance, I’m jealous of the estimated 45,000 cyclists set to enjoy London’s second Freewheel as they whizz past famous landmarks on car-free roads.
Damian Hockney’s boasts that as London Assembly Member his One London Party group voted against Ken Livingstone’s measures more than any other group so why is he so supportive of the former Mayor over the Forensic Audit Panel report?
Few people bothered to make the trip to City Hall this morning to see the London Assembly question ‘deputy mayors’ Tim Parker and Kit Malthouse which is a pity as I think the star of the Johnson administration has finally been revealed.