Boris Johnson

Mayor of London

Quick-witted classicist Boris Johnson is probably one of Britain’s most-recognisable politicians. Following his graduation from Oxford, Johnson endured one week in management consultancy before joining The Times as a trainee reporter. His career in journalism culminated in him becoming editor of The Spectator. In 2001, Johnson was elected as the MP for Henley where he served until his election to the post of Mayor of London in 2008. Johnson has developed and advanced many schemes across London such as the cycle-hire scheme known colloquially as “Boris Bikes” , and greener buses. As Mayor, Johnson was hugely influential in the organisation of London 2012, which is considered to have been some of the most memorable Olympic and Paralympic Games in history.

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