The result changes nothing on Heathrow – or Brexit.
Posts Tagged: Sadiq Khan MP
I would count it a no-score draw. But the setting, the personnel, much of the audience and the tone felt, to me, very London-flavoured.
It is a terrible indictment that practically no-one can name the chairman of London Conservatives. Is there such a person?
If it doesn’t contain a workable definition, the law of unintended consequences will follow.
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?
The Prime Minister managed, without sounding feeble, to admit that he is fallible.
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.
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.
Stephen Hammond: Boris’s Legacy 4) Transport. On buses, tubes and those famous bikes, he kept the capital moving.
His good work would be imperilled by Sadiq Khan’s mis-costed plans.
What the claims and post-mortems will look like – and, either way, there will be at least one Commons by-election.
This must be a priority for the next incumbent of City Hall, whoever it may be.
Our guide to navigating this rare combination of Scottish, Welsh, Northern Irish, PCC, London and English local elections.
But the Conservative candidate for Mayor London has performed the valuable function of clarifying what can and can’t be said.
Is it seriously only legitimate to ask such questions of a white man but not, in exactly the same terms, of a Muslim?
What emerges through the mists is a more-or-less standard left-wing politician, but with a sensitive nose for where the political wind will blow next.