Well, we were all happy to see the back of Tim Parker, but not-worth-the-name-of-a-great-man thinktank the Adam Smith Institute’s blog is not so happy:

Back in May, things were looking good for London, with the arrival of the excellent Tim Parker as a deputy mayor. However, following his resignation last month, the dreams of major reform in Transport for London (TfL) – which he was supposed to become chairman of this month – feel increasingly distant.

Shame.  Boris, if you see sense and move to the centre, this sort of thing will happen.  Ignore them.

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