London mayor Boris Johnson today called on prime minister David Cameron to stop “pussyfooting around” and back building projects around the capital to fuel the economy.
“The way to get business really motoring in the UK is to cut taxes, cut regulation, create the infrastructure and get behind it. That’s what you should do,” the mayor told the London Evening Standard.
Boris branded the government’s delay in starting a consultation on the airports as “totally mad” and said chancellor George Osborne is “actually very much up for big ideas” like the Thames Estuary airport.
The mayor also revealed plans for an elevated network of cycle lanes alongside Overground rail tracks.
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