I remain unconvinced that it came down to a personality contest. At least as far as American politics go, “though the assertion is common, little solid evidence exists that this is true.”

Instead, we need to look at the spatial distribution of inequalities and grievances—from the time Ken took on the mayoralty, through to the present and into the future under Boris’ leadership. This will help us understand why there was a difference in votes between inner and outer areas.

However, I have to admit that for at least the next two weeks, I’m unable to do much on this site. I have these things called exams…

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3 Responses to A plan to complete (but what about the means?)

  1. martharose says:

    Me too, I’m afraid.

    Unfortunately, we have four years worth of Boris to watch, so when July rolls around I’d be glad to help out.

  2. Richie says:

    I have this thing called GTA4 :)

    A quote from a member of the public on bbc.co.uk
    ‘people aren’t voting for johnson, they’re voting against livingstone, people want change’

    How much of this type of voting went on i wonder,

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