The MoS was so convinced of Bozza’s relevance to the General Election campaign, and not just in London, that it splashed his intervention on the front page: “BORIS: THIS IS A BATTLE FOR BRITAIN”. Oh dear, he’s pretending to be Winshton again. This might play not necessarily to the Tories’ advantage. “Just think of the horror of Red Ed taking Britain back to the 70s - and you'll know why this is a fight we MUST NOT lose” the MoS tells.
“Boris's insults almost all based on mental health. Opponents are ‘mad’, ‘insane’, ‘nuts’, ‘depressed’ & in one case ‘care in the community’” he observed. It’s the same with his MoS article: we hear of “Labour government trying to impose … insane solutions … it seems to me to be deranged that we could be even contemplating going back to such arrangements now”. Bozza gets the smear brush out.
Boris hasn't even won Uxbridge yet. He probably will, but very few sightings.
On the evidence of the last week - Tory campaign going down the pan fast.
Boris is absolutely right - it a battle for Britain. Do we stand for decency, honesty, integrity, fairness and truth or do we stand for the values of Boris and the likes of Katie Hopkins, Richard Littlejohn, Richard Desmond, the Barclay brothers, Paul Dacre, Tony Newton Hall, Rupert Murdoch et al.?
Someone must have promised First the earth as they are showcasing the monstrous Boris Bus as their new future form of transport. I wonder how that purcahse will be procured, certainly not on a value for money basis.
Boris decision was a disaster. Millions spent on a bus to support a factory in NI, but take up has been so low it is becoming a bus version of the De Lorean sports car.
If TFL can't offload the old stock how can the factory survive?
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