The Mayor of London has become the latest signatory to sign the ‘Mayors United Against Antisemitism’ pledge, less than a month after taking office.
Reports of the BNP’s death have been greatly exaggerated — with the far-right outfit still campaigning for the London mayoral elections despite a cock-up which saw the knuckle draggers dropped from the official register of political parties.
Disgraced Tory peer Lord Archer may have tipped his hand about a possible run in the London Mayoral elections. In response to the London riots, this afternoon Archer sent out this cryptic tweet. “It is not often that I regret not being Mayor of London, but I do this morning.” It wouldn’t be his first […]
Everyone’s favourite Segway riding electoral failure, Lembit Opik is hoping to combine his campaign to become Mayor of London with the other passion in his life – stand up comedy. Opik, whose debut comedy performance was awarded a charitable two stars by the Guardian, is to appear at Islington’s George Orwell Inn tonight, presenting an […]