Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Brian Coleman complains about Evening Standard

Brian Coleman's latest urgent question for Boris:

Brian Coleman: Are you concerned that the Evening Standard dwells on the tittle-tattle of Political life in London rather than giving serious coverage to the issues that are affecting Londoners’ lives such as the recession and crime?



But let's try and be helpful to the Man Marmite.


Perhaps he could rephrase his question a little bit. How about this:

Brian Coleman: Are you concerned that I am dwelling on the tittle-tattle of my Political life in London rather than giving serious time to the issues that are affecting Londoners’ lives such as the recession and crime?

Well are you concerned about it Boris? You should be.



-Update- Brian Coleman's 'priority' question for MQT


Is that it Brian? Is that the most important issue for your constituents this month?

8 comments:

Harold said...

Evening Standard reduced to gossip? When did they ever vary from factual, soundly researched journalism? The nman's mistaken

Tom said...

Evening Standard doesn't talk about crime and the recession? Why, if I believed what I read in there I'd not be worrying about the recession because long before Gordon had reduced me to serfdom I'd have been stabbed by a hoodie.

Or something. Vain, horrid little man.

Chris said...

Could Boris not ditch him for some other yeast-based product. Mr. Beer or Mr. Baguette would do the trick.

AdamB said...

Well he's already got Mr Dough in the position Chris so I'm not sure hiring Mr Baguette would really help matters.

Anonymous said...

I really am not getting the whole Marmite thing. Marmite, after all, is thick and unpleasant.

AdamB said...

It's a terrible slur on his good name Anonymous, it really is.

Boombastic said...

He's been covered in my local press a lot recently. Marmite Mayor, you either love him or hate him.

AdamB said...

Hello Boombastic. You can read the whole story here.