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A Nine Point Plan

By March 6, 2012News

(Picture: PA)

With less than two months to go until the Mayoral election, campaigning has begun in earnest.

This weekend, Bozza has launched his ‘nine point plan’ for London whilst promoting himself on the BBC’s Andrew Marr show. The Mayor’s commitments include cutting waste, reducing Council Tax bills, getting a better deal for Londonders nationally and extending the popular ‘Boris Bike’ scheme.

The Metro reports that Boris has given voters a stark choice. “Londoners were faced with a clear choice ‘to go forward with a programme of investment and modernisation or go back to the irresponsible and unaffordable approach of 1970s Labour”, the Mayor said.

Boris told Old Jug Ears Andrew Marr that “I intend to do my best to retain the reins of power.”

Boris’ nemesis and Labour rival, Red Kenneth, said that his Conservative opponent was ‘stuck fighting the stale arguments of the last election’. A spokeswoman added: “There is a clear choice on offer – between Boris Johnson’s high fares policy and Ken’s fares cut.”

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