Simon Hoggart's political review 2009

Simon Hoggart's political review 2009 | Politics | guardian.co.uk: "Peter Mandelson on Boris Johnson 'We have a lot in common. We both spent a long time in Brussels. We both had very public resignations. And we both have an overwhelming ambition to do everything we can to undermine David Cameron.' Boris, at the same event, proved him right by singling out trimming wisteria as an example of expenses abuse. David Cameron was the only MP to claim for trimming wisteria. In a conference speech Boris made an open attack on Cameron's policy for the banks, but got the biggest cheer for promising to restore the river Thames to the London tube map."

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