Mayoral election

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Thursday 4 March 2004 9.50am
Green Party mayor???


I have a lot of sympathy with the Green Party, and I agree that London is more of a group of villages than an urban sprawl ,and I agree that we shouldn't be just squashing more and more people into london,and that regeneration is more about reviving local shops than building offices ,and recycling waste is important.

,but the mayor of London would have to support our Olympic bid.

And support the Arts and Culture .

I think the green party make a good pressure group ,but I don't know whether they would be right for mayor of London
I think who ever the next mayor of London is should take more notice of what the green party say

Darren Johnson interview
http://www.bbc.co.uk/london/communicate/gauntys_corner.shtml



Post edited (04 Mar 04 10:03)
Thursday 4 March 2004 1.23pm
I'm going to vote for the Gray party



gggggrrrrrruuff
Friday 5 March 2004 10.22am
hmmm

Grey party sounds like Ken Livingston to me
Friday 5 March 2004 11.00am
You'll miss Ken when he's gone. He is by far the most original thinker in local government. Not always right, but who is?
Friday 5 March 2004 11.23am
I'm with you Kevin. (Like all humans) Ken isn't always right, but so what.

And (like it or not) can you think of any other politician who has enough balls to implement something like the C-Charge (guaranteed to cause a lot of unpopularity)?



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Friday 5 March 2004 11.50am
he also suports all of the bad developments like the waterloo office block,tate modern flats,potters fields
I could go on
Friday 5 March 2004 12.03pm
........Thameslink 2000 railway viaduct, 'Tabard Tower' on Long Lane....
Friday 5 March 2004 12.36pm
for all these grotesque reasons Im not voting for him next time
Friday 5 March 2004 1.07pm
Michael,

You obviously take a big interest in building/planning things, and I'm sure you're right in what you say. I'm not trying to say Ken is infallible (or even that he's right on most things) - just that sometimes you need to take unpopular decisions and that (compared to the other candidates last time) I just couldn't imagine any of them apart from Ken having the guts to do that.



...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Friday 5 March 2004 2.02pm
sometimes you need to take unpopular decisions yes

some times the mayor needs to stand up to developers
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