I’d like thousands of schools as good as the one I went to, Eton.
I want to win and I want to be in office.
The dreadful truth is that when people come to see their MP they have run out of better ideas.
Times have been tough, the economy has been tough. But I want to bring forward a fantastic manifesto for taking the city forwards.
Never in my life did I think I would be congratulated by Mick Jagger for achieving anything.
We are experiencing such large support for the Olympic relay that our advice is to stay in your neighbourhood, stay in your borough and wait for it to come near you.
I promised to run the most open and transparent administration in Britain. That is why, with this brutally honest and unprecedented progress report, I am determined to level with Londoners.
I think the risks that people see of terrorism are incredibly important but we are very confident we have got the right people on it and the risks have been minimised.
I lead a life of blameless domesticity and always have done.
I am hoping very much to get re-elected but it is going to be a tough fight.
What I worry about is that people are losing confidence, losing energy, losing enthusiasm, and there’s a real opportunity to get them into work.
The Lib Dems are not just empty. They are a void within a vacuum surrounded by a vast inanition.
That is the best case for Bush; that, among other things, he liberated Iraq. It is good enough for me.
The job of mayor of London is unbelievably taxing, particularly in the run-up to the Olympics.
I’m a one-nation Tory.