Boris Johnson claimed a remarkable victory in the London mayoral contest on Friday night to cap a disastrous series of results for Gordon Brown in his first electoral test as Prime Minister.This could be the beginning of the end for Labor's rule in Britain.
The Conservative candidate's win over Ken Livingstone followed a calamitous showing for Labour at the local elections - the party's worst performance at the polls for 40 years.
Saturday, May 03, 2008
Tide turning in Britain?
Conservative candidate for London mayor Boris Johnson beat incumbent "Red" Ken Livingstone in local elections that saw huge gains for Conservative candidates across the country.