Prominent Brexiter Boris Johnson has criticised the EU as working for the ‘Davos elite’. Is this the same Boris Johnson that attended Davos, errrr, six years in a row from 2009-2014?
Today started off with prominent Brexiters Boris Johnson and Michael Gove pledging that a vote to leave the EU would result in the VAT on energy bills being scrapped — only to be contradicted by one of their own colleagues.
It was meant to be the “longest and tallest tunnel slide” in the world and cost just £5 for visitors to the London Olympic Park. But like every other scheme by London Mayor Boris Johnson, the costs are out of control.
Simply hairrendous (via Paul Kleiman).
A press enquiry from Scrapbook to the mayor’s office looks to have landed Boris Johnson with a large bar tab.
With the pro-EU campaign launch rolling out big guns such as Richard Branson and Karren Brady, Nigel Farage has fired back — claiming that Boris Johnson could lead the out campaign.
Supposed darling of the Tory grassroots Boris Johnson has crashed to a new low in Conservative Home’s regular survey of party members’ preference for their next leader.
The most awkward Boris moment ever at the State of London Debate earlier this evening:
David Cameron allowed cameras into the first wholly-Conservative cabinet meeting in 18 years earlier, emphasising that the full horror of the Tory manifesto is going to be implemented.
London Tories were left red-faced at the weekend after footage emerged of activists in the marginal constituency of Ealing Central and Acton physically manhandling a Labour candidate — simply for talking to Boris Johnson on the street.