Election gives us the chance to tell Ken what we think of him
Having just received my polling card from Camden Council I m looking forward to May 1st as it will give residents a change to tell Mayor Livingstone what we think about his failed policies and high taxes. It is time for a change in London. We need firm
Having just received my polling card from Camden Council I'm looking forward to May 1st as it will give residents a change to tell Mayor Livingstone what we think about his failed policies and high taxes.
It is time for a change in London. We need firm action against the epidemic of violent crime. Violence has flourished under our Labour Mayor Livingstone. 27 teenagers were murdered last year, 11 so far this year already. Yet our so called Mayor is so out of touch he blames the TV for London's crime-wave while he spends his time partying with his cronies.
Boris has already pledged to make Borough Police Commissioners hold public meetings so that we can have our say on crime. We need a Mayor who takes the issue of violent crime seriously. Livingstone's glib, couldn't care less "if it bleeds it leads" attitude shows he does not live in the same world as the rest of us. Labour keeps sending us a message through putting up our taxes. It is time that Londoners sent Labour's Mayor a message through the ballot box - by voting him out of office.
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