The Mayor's newsletter 'The Londoner,' famously described by Boris Johnson as 'that 'Pyongyang style freesheet' may now return in another form.
Despite promising to save £3 million a year by axing the publication, a report on expected redundancies at City Hall admits that while:
The Mayor made a policy decision (to axe the Londoner) it is not known if there will be a journal online or in another format at present. There may, in the future, be proposals to create a new structure but this is not clear at present and therefore posts are not formally at risk.
Whether or not the Londoner returns may largely depend on the success of Boris's upcoming role as a columnist in London's local newspapers. Boris gained the job as official mouthpiece for the league of City Hall tractor producers, after wining and dining the capital's newspaper editors during the campaign.
So while the fruits of this particular labour have not been harvested for now, we should be expecting tales from Boris's glorious revolution, one way or another, any time soon.