Boris’s key engagements

Boris JohnsonLONDON Mayor Boris Johnson has published a list of the “key engagements” he has conducted while out Mayor-ing on behalf Londoners.

In the list, covering events from mid-January to mid-February, he says:

Jan 14: I met Hugh Robertson MP, Shadow Sports and Olympics spokesperson and Jeremy Hunt MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport to discuss Olympic issues

Jan 19: I attended a lunch with the banking industry and George Osborne MP, Shadow Chancellor

Jan 21: I met The Rt Hon Ken Clarke MP, Shadow Business Secretary to discuss business related matters.

Feb4: I met with Chris Grayling MP, Shadow Home Secretary, to discuss policing in London.

Feb 9: I met Theresa Villiers MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport to discuss transport matters

Feb 10: I met Justine Greening, Shadow Minister for London, to discuss London issues.

My, my.. look at all those people he’s met on important business with ‘shadow’ in their titles and all of them Conservatives. Remember, these are described as “key engagements” in the Mayor’s paperwork.

Over the same period he lists only one engagement with real life members of government (the ones who until voted out make the decisions?), which was a date on February 2 with Labour’s John Denham and Tessa Jowell to discuss the London 2012 Games.


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1 Comment on Boris’s key engagements

  1. Shadow Ministers can provide really important feedback. Anyway the Labour Patry seem to fear him to a paranoid extent.

    http://cyberboris.wordpress.com/2010/01/14/i%e2%80%99ll-fight-him-any-place-any-time/

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