Just seem GB on TV news saying he will listen and act-- shame he didn't do that before now. In reality I suppose not much will change unless some of his backbenchers get some backbone and vote down items which are allowing the government to get their hands deeper and deeper into our pockets. I suspect some might do so now to try and avoid being thrown off the gravy train. It's OK for those that can pass on the costs of this relentless increase in taxes and prices but a large number can't do that and are seeing below inflation rate increases in income erode their standard of living on a daily basis.
It's no wonder people are saying in effect enough is enough.
Much as i have been chuckling to myself all day at the beating handed out to Labour last night, i still think Ken will retain London. Would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see Boris take it but i can't see it happening, would be great to be wrong though!
but do it in a mature fashion. Any further comments along the lines of "The Gordon Brown and Co admirers" will be deleted. This isn't a party-political forum, and it's not necessary to make silly, provocative references like that, or to indulge in schoolboy triumphalism.