Paul wrote:Incidentally, Mr Livingstone's claim that the Rembrandt is "Virtually opposite" the Unicorn Theatre is evidence of his ridiculous position - I was outside the Unicorn (I wonder how many kiddie fiddlers it attracts to the area) earlier and would have needed binoculars to see the Rembrandt.
phoney wrote:With the local elections coming up I wonder what the LibDems position on the lapdancing club is?
phoney wrote:And how would Simon Hughes deal with an application to have a gay lapdancing night. The mind boggles.
deek wrote:Really? Ken was elected on a manifesto that said that he would introduce a congestion charge. Can't say fairer than that.they didn't want a congestion charge either.
deek wrote:The thing that bothers me most is that only 34% of Londoners could be bothered to vote at all in the 2000 Mayoral elections.The fact is, however, that prior to the charge being introduced 43% of Londoners were opposed, and 38% supported the charge.
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