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    Christ almighty, that article is written in an incredibly biased manner.
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    *snigger* Oh dear. Watching Channel 4 last night when the political broadcast came on for the Lib Dem bloke and he said that we need a mayor who can look after the police force and how he is an ex police man who would be o so right for the job.


    The whole process is amusing and embarrassing to say the least. I don't like any of the candidates. Ah well best make a decision but Tearful Ken will be unlikely to make the cut.
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    (Original post by meenu89)
    Maybe he has seen his tax bill?
    I don't think anyone's seen his tax bill. At least not the real one.
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    (Original post by NathanVI)
    that picture of cameron and nick clegg looks photoshopped that door looks bloody HAUUUUGE
    It is a little known fact that number 10 is actually built on a slant, and all the doors are 12ft high.
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    (Original post by geetar)
    Christ almighty, that article is written in an incredibly biased manner.
    The Mail is hardly a bastion of impartial journalism (or, for that matter, journalism).

    At any rate, it is quite amusing that Ken cried at his own campaign ad. It would be more believable had the ad not been scripted.
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    It's obviously political strategy. Modern politics is in favour of politicians showing some emotion, because it shows they are passionate about what they believe in, and it works time and time again. The more charismatic politician is shown to be in a campaign, the more likely he is to win.

    I'd be incline to vote for Ken Livingstone, because he has made actively made a binding promise on some issues, upon which, if he defaults will be forced to resign, so he is the safer option. Boris, although, generally more charismatic, has some what petered out and whereas before he did thing that were in the best interest for London, is conforming to policy being implemented by both Tory and Lib Dem politician in this coalition government on matters such as a reduction in the number of police in the police, when crime and incidents like the London riots are on the increase, which I believe isn't London's best interest.

    And this is coming from a person that normally votes Lib Dems.
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    I have to admit, I cried as well.
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    maybe hes crying that all the taxes hes 'payed' havent bought the aircraft carrier like he wanted...
    http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/news/m...d-7639459.html
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    Ken Livingston - A beacon for pricks.
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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...eo-before.html

    Interesting
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    :lol: That's quite something...
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    Thanks for sharing, words cannot explain my amusement.

    The giggles to be had when he loses spectacularly in the London mayoral election.
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    I'm voting for Boris, because he looks like the guy out of Goldeneye. And he doesn't cry like this.

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