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Tories demand release of Garden Bridge report interviews


Can it be that the Tory group on the London Assembly are unaware that they're on very, very thin ice indeed? Not only are their actions all too easily interpreted as an exercise in nit picking and smoke-screen creation in an attempt to discredit very real and serious criticism of the Garden Bridge saga, they seem to think that the former (as opposed to current) Mayor of London's office is above criticism, together with the senior management of TfL and even - for all I know - some well connected design consultants. But of course they're well aware that they won't uncover any transcripts of interviews with their former leader the hon. Boris Johnson, who couldn't be seen for dust and clearly considered that Margaret Hodge could 'whistle for it'.

Posted date

21 July, 2017

Posted time

1:40 pm


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