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London - Boris Poised To Beat Ken In Mayor Race

Published on: May 3, 2012 01:00 PM
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 London Mayor Boris Johnson on board a tube train after voting in London,  03 May2012. Voters go to the polls for council elections in England, Wales and Scotland, along with several mayoral votes across the country. EPA London Mayor Boris Johnson on board a tube train after voting in London,  03 May2012. Voters go to the polls for council elections in England, Wales and Scotland, along with several mayoral votes across the country. EPA

London - Boris Johnson is on course to buck the national trend and beat Ken Livingstone in the race to be London Mayor as across the country voters prepare to dish out a mid-term bruising to Conservatives in local elections.

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A final poll revealed the Mayor is six points ahead and preparing to deliver a 53:47 win, after an astonishing two in ten Labour voters rejected Ken Livingstone.


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 May 03, 2012 at 01:42 PM R Says:

Looks like one and only thing the British have done right in years. Haven't been on the right side of any issue for a long time.

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 May 03, 2012 at 07:43 PM Leibel From London Says:

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R Says:

Looks like one and only thing the British have done right in years. Haven't been on the right side of any issue for a long time.

"Looks like one and only thing the British have done right in years. Haven't been on the right side of any issue for a long time."

Boy, you are sooo right, #1.

Britain's biggest mistake was coming to the aid of George W Bush in two Gulf Wars, and also in sending its troops to support Barack Obama in Aghanistan.

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 May 04, 2012 at 01:52 AM The_Beadle Says:

It's more about a dislike of Ken than liking anything Tory - as is being seen in the local council elections.

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