Boris’s last stand: Mayor’s Question Time comes to Croydon

Inside Croydon

Who said there would be no pantomime at the Fairfield Halls in 2016?

Cheerio, Boris. And good riddance Cheerio, Boris. And good riddance

Boris Johnson is staging one of his Mayor’s Question Times at the Croydon venue on March 3.

That’s probably as close to the election purdah period as he dare, as the Mayor uses the last days of his position at City Hall to favour his Tory colleagues, Steve O’Connell and #BackZacAndCrack Goldsmith, in a key constituency ahead of May’s London elections.

Johnson, who has been Mayor of London since 2008, must be hoping that his own past-its-sell-by-date brand of star dust will once again manage to bamboozle the Croydon and Sutton electorate – the same people to whom he has promised to deliver a tram extension on at least two occasions, without ever delivering it in two terms and eight long years. This time round, O’Connell, the Assembly Member for Sutton and…

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