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Saturday 24 November 2007 2.01am
I'm starting to consider how to vote in the mayoral election

I Like Goardon Brown , but Im not voting for Ken Livingston.

I'll ether vote for the liberal democratic candidate or for Boris I'm not a conservative but some of Borises comments are

He says
We seem to be in the grip of barbarians who are determined to knock down venerable buildings - Victorian police stations and swimming baths - when people's instinct is to preserve and restore.

And even when the case for demolition is irresistible we seem too often to put drab and featureless blocks in their place.

I have to agree.
Saturday 24 November 2007 12.18pm
You're going to vote for Boris Johnson or Brian Paddick!
Boris is a buffoon and Paddick has the same chance as Simon Hughes - zero.
As for Sian Berry (a green London is a more affordable London), no chance.
It's another term for Ken. He may not come across as the most agreeable and charismatic person but he makes a decision, sticks to it, and gets things done.
London needs a decision maker and less of time wasting quangos, forums, discussion groups and consulting every Tom, Dick and Harry about every issue.
Elect an intelligent decision maker and allow him/her to make them.
Saturday 24 November 2007 6.06pm
you make Ken livingston sound as demecratic as President Musharraf.

and Brian Paddick Is very media friendly.
Saturday 24 November 2007 7.56pm
I've already made up my mind.
I'm voting for Councillor Richard Barnbrook, the leader of the BNP group on Barking & Dagenham council.He is the party's candidate for Mayor in the London elections taking place on 1 May 2008..
Saturday 24 November 2007 11.23pm
ken should go...hes served two terms and that should be it.
Sunday 25 November 2007 11.14am
Phoney is spot on. Leadership is a rare quality; the cult of personality traded on by BoJo et al is no substitute. I know what you mean re 8 years of someone being enough BP, but doesn't that policy have a couple of problems? One - you need a credible replacement (I don't see one). Two - entities like London are so complex that it can take more than 8 years to get major things properly in train.

As for our built heritage Micky, why not bring your views along to this debate?

debate dec 6
Sunday 25 November 2007 11.52am
That sound s like the ,if only we could be like communist China debate to me,
What a shame democracy has to get in the way.
very Ken Livingston .
Sunday 25 November 2007 11.54pm
mickysalt QUOTE: I'm starting to consider how to vote in the mayoral election

Thank goodness you have 6 months to make up your mind!
Monday 26 November 2007 7.58pm
well its easy really isnt it?? Anyone But Ken!
Monday 26 November 2007 8.59pm
boroughpaul wrote:
well its easy really isnt it?? Anyone But Ken!

Are you really serious about "Anyone" but Ken, really, anyone?
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