Boris Johnson: condensed

With due deference to our non-London readers, here’s an ultra condensed version of London Mayor Boris Johnson and the roadworks:

Two years ago Boris Johnson promises to do something about the number of times London streets get dug up with a “holy war on holey streets”.

Two years on, the holy war has yet to start and instead it’s been reconfigured.

Now he’s promising one meeting a year.

But not just any meeting. It’ll be A SUMMIT.

A rather peaceful and slow moving kind of war really.

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