Boris busier than ever attended the biggest ever passing out parade for trainee police officers.
He met and had a chat with the graduates with Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan Howe.
The Mayor of London is continuing to carry out his promise re more police in the capitol, making London
a safer place for all.
Londoners can certainly rely on Boris! A man of his words indeed !
Tower Bridge in all its superb glory, looking absolutely wonderful.
Thanks to the Mayor of London !
Boris has so many fabulous sights and plans for london and the Olympic games.
Visitors in the coming weeks will be filled with wonder at such spectacular great events all supervised by the greatest
Mayor in the world for the greatest city in the world LONDON!
Tower Bridge, one of the world’s most recognisable landmarks, has been transformed with a new world-class lighting system in time to mark the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
The new lights brighten up the bridge, enhance its architectural features and replace static lights with bulbs that can vary in intensity and colour, while at the same time cutting energy consumption considerably.
The lighting of Tower Bridge is part of Mayor of London’s Dazzle: Bridge illumination programme for a summer like no other. To be the first to know what’s happening, sign up at http://www.molpresents.com or follow us http://www.facebook.com/mayoroflondonpresents / @MoLpresents
The Mayor of London today unveiled a brand new way to travel across the Thames as the Emirates Air Line — the UK’s first ever urban cable car — took its first passenger flight.
The major new landmark connects two world class destinations providing panoramic 360 degree views of the City, Canary Wharf, Greenwich, the Thames Barrier and the Olympic Park. The travel link provides a much-needed new river crossing in east London and supports the Mayor’s plans for regeneration in east London providing growth and jobs.
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Boris certainly came out on top at the London Debate out shining the others errhh who were they ? into obscurity.
Although David Cameron is having a tough time at the moment,( personally I feel sorry for him I think he is doing a great job under dreadful duress) hopefuuly Boris should be re elected to his rightful place on the 3rd of May.
He really is the only possible contender for such a powerful responsible job, having already proved his prowess to Londoners and the whole of the UK.
We need someone like Boris the others just havnt got what it takes and would
be disasterous to London the greatest capital in the world!!!
Soooo VOTE FOR BORIS YOU KNOW IT MAKES SENSE !
LORD SUGAR ALSO THINKS RED KEN WASTE OF SPACE AND NOT TO VOTE FOR HIM
BY NED SIMONS
Lord Sugar Says ‘Don’t Vote For Ken Livingstone’
The Huffington Post UK | By Ned Simons
Posted: 19/04/2012 13:59 Updated: 19/04/2012 15:15
London, London Mayoral Election, Lord Sugar, Uk News, UK Politics News
Labour peer Lord Alan Sugar has told Londoners not to vote for his party’s candidate in the mayoral election, despite him having the backing of the party’s leader.
“I don’t care if Ed Miliband is backing Livingstone. I seriously suggest NO ONE votes for Livingstone in the Mayoral elections,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Sky doing live Mayoral interview with candidates at 8pm today Johnston v Livingstone is real issue. Livingstone must NOT get in on 3rd May,” he tweeted to his 1.9 million followers.
The star of The Apprentice also dismissed suggestions that he should take on the role himself.
“It’s been suggested I run for Mayor. Not possible, too many commercial conflicts, no time, more to the point I would not know where to start,” he said.
Lord SugarI don’t care if Ed Miliband is backing Livingstone . I seriously suggest NO ONE votes for Livingstone in the Mayoral elections
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It is not the first time Lord Sugar has criticised his own party. Last month he attacked Miliband for “jumping on the bandwagon of bank bashing”.
Speaking during a debate on the Budget, Lord Sugar criticised Miliband’s decision to condemn moves to award RBS chief executive Stephen Hester a bonus of almost £1m.
“The reality is carry on doing that and these people will go and get a job in a different type of company where the culture of paying bonuses is not frowned upon,” he said.