IdleRich said:This is all a load of bollocks, what he said wasn't racism it was bad temper. It was a non-story at the time that should have been given the same ranking as Jordan leaving a nightclub drunk and arguing with a photographer but it has been twisted to make it seem like racism by the Evening Standard (which is a complete joke). I can't believe that this happened, what, a year ago and we're still talking about it now because he's been SUSPENDED from the mayorship.
Didn't "Red" Ken take their money as a restaurant critic for some time as well for an extra irony? I'm not especially sticking up for him I just think it's ridiculous that someone can be chased (kind of ) out of office by a paper with a vendetta and the fact that if you repeat something loud and often enough it becomes true."the biggest irony is that the standard is part of the group once owned by well known fascist and hitler sympathiser, lord beaverbrook."