- Chairing the Metropolitan Police Authority
- 50,000 new affordable homes
- Closing tube ticket offices
- Giving Londoners more bang for their buck with the LDA
- No cabinet for London
Monday, March 22, 2010
Whatever happened to Boris' 'war on roadworks'?
I saw that there are now record levels of roadworks in London. I remember going to a mayoral hustings where Boris Johnson scoffed at then mayor Ken Livingstone's claim that disruptions then were largely due to Thames Water. He now uses that as his excuse for the current disruption - probably now that he has actually checked his facts. Like many of his other campaign and manifesto pledges, where is Boris' 'war on roadworks'? That needs to be added to the growing list of unfulfilled pledges:
Boris Johnson's mayoralty has no purpose. The only point was simply to gain power for the sake of it. He is demonstrating that by consistently failing to deliver on even his own promises - let alone the expectations of Londoners.