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  • peter kornhauser: Well done Boris. I say become the standard bearer for a more polite, safer and pleasant London with zero tolerance against all infringements ( including cyclists who go over red!!) to make it a... (25 June 2008)
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  • Christopher Ashley: Thank you Boris, for the ban, its the first change for the better in a long time, and a change that benefits the majority and not some over vocal minority. (5 June 2008)
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  • Barbara McInnis: Good on you, Boris. Now get Richard Branson to ban alcohol on trains. Had nightmare trip on London to Edinburgh train a couple of weeks ago with a group of drunken youngsters taking over the... (5 June 2008)
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  • t m: Is this a comedy sketch? In all seriousness, Mr Johnson does not seem to be taking the debate seriously at all. He appears to have brought up the peanut issue simply to amuse himself, while... (31 March 2007)
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  • Terence Brown: Faithfully yours, Terence Brown English Democrats, London (7 February 2007)
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  • david lane: Well said that man!.....but when are the Tories going to do something about it. You have little or no support in Wales and Scotland and yet your leadership continues to deny the English people a... (7 February 2007)
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  • Della Petch: Thank you, Mr Johnson. If only the rest of our MPs showed the same level of concern for our sick and dying, instead of ignoring them and continuing to draw their tax payer funded salaries. ... (7 February 2007)
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  • Patrick Harris: I would like to hear what Boris and the Tory Party are going to do about it, being out of government it is easy to snipe and criticise. Will he and his Party, in their next manifesto, promise a... (7 February 2007)
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  • Stephen Gash: How many cancer treating drugs are not available on England's National Health Service, but are freely available on Scotland's National Health Service? I believe the number is 12. Only this... (7 February 2007)
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  • Derek Marshall: Well done Mr Johnson. Rather than faff about with House of Lords reform, the government should be addressing the deficit left by devolution. We English have had enough. We are being deprived of... (7 February 2007)
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  • Tom Black: Well done Mr. Johnson for raising awareness of this outrageous unfairness. To give just one example, people are given the life-saving drug Hercpetin on the NHS in Scotland- it is denied to people... (7 February 2007)
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  • Jill Gunsell: Go Boris! Good start. Bring back enlightened education and ministers of same. (13 January 2006)
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  • Chris Lightfoot: Well, Browne -- as is his habit -- didn't answer the question. But Boris's figures don't make any sense. A person earning £542 per fortnight -- about £14,000 per annum -- would pay about... (2 July 2005)
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  • Alan Taylor: Sorry John Paul but you are not alone. (1 July 2005)
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  • John Paul Glendenning: According to the little information I have been able to find: (regarding fines etc) - failure to attend an appointment for a scan of your fingerprints and iris would result in a fine of £2,500.... (29 June 2005)
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  • Tom Steinberg: This was Boris' first speech from the front bench, apparently. Simon Hoggart commemorates the event here: http://politics.guardian.co.uk/columnist /story/0,9321,1223988,00.html (14 June 2004)
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