How to cope with Londoff?

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(Original post by ageshallnot)
Anyone who thinks he's going to be mayor doesn't understand practical politics.
Hopefully it will happen and prove people wrong
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Anonymous #3
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I still hope he comes mayor though
Forgive me, but my political knowledge is the size of a peanut - what does a mayor do, exactly? And how much influence do they have?
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Is that what kids do these days? Find ways to cope with nonexisting issues?
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Vote for Niko Omilana, the supreme leader of the NDL.
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Forgive me, but my political knowledge is the size of a peanut - what does a mayor do, exactly? And how much influence do they have?
I don't know about politics but I don't care I just want niko tho be mayor. I think mayor's have control over laws
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by jenerous)
Is that what kids do these days? Find ways to cope with nonexisting issues?
What?

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Vote for Niko Omilana, the supreme leader of the NDL.
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Ayyyy let's go champ
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All electricity is going to be turned off 1 day a year and I just want to prepare because we all rely on electricity pretty much. Its only 1 day a year but its a lot to prepare for, no wi fi, no charge in our phones, no electric appliances, cooking will be harder as you'll have no fridge or microwave or any cooking appliances that uses electric and entertainment will be harder. The new London mayor will be doing Londoff
It's obviously a joke, this reads like a 10 year old who doesn't understand.
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Anonymous #1
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It's obviously a joke, this reads like a 10 year old who doesn't understand.
They are his actual laws if he makes it
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NDL for life
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Anonymous #1
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NDL for life
Nd ****ing l
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They are his actual laws if he makes it
You are being really cringy here bro...He's obviously joking man. I've watched Niko for ages, he's known to pull these types of jokes.
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by silkypokemon96)
You are being really cringy here bro...He's obviously joking man. I've watched Niko for ages, he's known to pull these types of jokes.
No they are his proper laws if he makes it why would he not do that like the guy is confident
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I don't know about politics but I don't care I just want niko tho be mayor. I think mayor's have control over laws
does this help?

'The mayor cannot make new laws and is not responsible for taking the bins out. But they can raise taxes which, along with grants from central government, fund a £17bn budget.'

re housing: 'The powers here tend to involve setting targets on numbers and affordability, and working on them with local authorities and developers.'

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc...n-56455840.amp

so no, the mayor does not have control over laws, but they do have powers as essentially a budgeting manager as prescribed by law and a duty to ensure/promote good policies within the law may i ask why Niko would make a good mayor in your view?
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Human nature is such that eventually people remake the policies of Enoch Powell.
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does this help?

'The mayor cannot make new laws and is not responsible for taking the bins out. But they can raise taxes which, along with grants from central government, fund a £17bn budget.'

re housing: 'The powers here tend to involve setting targets on numbers and affordability, and working on them with local authorities and developers.'

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.bbc...n-56455840.amp

so no, the mayor does not have control over laws, but they do have powers as essentially a budgeting manager as prescribed by law and a duty to ensure/promote good policies within the law may i ask why Niko would make a good mayor in your view?
I don't know I thought mayor had more power
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Anonymous #1
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I thought mayor had more power Jolee
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