The result changes nothing on Heathrow – or Brexit.
Posts Tagged: London Mayoral Election 2016
Which former aide turned down a peerage? See text (and picture left).
Answers to be published this afternoon.
The Conservatives won the postal votes battle in my borough.
Now that the airport will meet, and in many cases exceed, the conditions set out by the Airports Commission, there is no reason for the Government to delay further.
Labour’s mayoral candidate put his faith at the centre of his candidacy. Do we want religion creeping back into our politics?
Iain Dale: Vote Leave should stop fretting about Farage – who’s likely to be a better debater than Boris or Gove.
Plus: Hooligans shame the name of West Ham. Team Corbyn spins the local elections. And: Is Ruth Davidson actually Alec Douglas-Home in disguise?
I still believe my pledge of cutting tube fares by three per cent annually was deliverable.
It was a defeat, and it hurt. But it wasn’t as bad as the London-obsessed media and the increasingly desperate Opposition make out.
The rotten regime which grew up under Ken Livingstone must not be allowed to re-establish itself now Labour are back London.
It may be almost impossible for Labour to win the next election, but it will be very easy for us to lose it. We must not rest on our laurels.
He continues his criticism of Goldsmith’s campaign and praises London for choosing “hope over fear, and unity over division”.
Zac was crushed and lost his authenticity. Because he followed the Crosby playbook – which failed him, the Conservatives and London
This negative Toryism can eke out victories against average opponents, but it is no guide to winning well – or at all at a time when capitalism is being questioned.
Elections Live Blog 2016. Terrific for Cameron in Scotland. Poor in Wales. Satisfactory in England…though bad in London
As the counts continue, we offer news and analysis on the various elections taking place.
“It’s outrageous to say you shouldn’t share a platform with people of conservative religious views.”