The leader of Hammersmith and Fulham Council, Stephen Greenhalgh, may be wise to borrow David Cameron’s rat-catching cat Larry for a few days.

While Tories from across the London region gathered to hear Transport Secretary Philip Hammond, Boris Johnson and his mayoral campaign manager Lynton Crosby on Saturday, one delegate opted to leave early, scampering past protesting Labour MP Andy Slaughter and into the bushes opposite Hammersmith Town Hall:

Is Hammond really that boring?

Hat-tip: James Mills of Save EMA

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