Meat free Mondays (Supplementary) [1]

Session date: 
June 9, 2010
Question By: 
Roger Evans
Organisation: 
GLA Conservatives
Asked Of: 
The Mayor

Question

It is good to see the Greens making good use of their limited ten minutes, Mr Mayor! You may recall your predecessor was actually convinced by the Greens to issue a proclamation to Londoners about how many times they should flush the toilet, and in what circumstances, during the day.

Supplementary To: 

Answer

Answer for Meat free Mondays (Supplementary) [1]

Answer for Meat free Mondays (Supplementary) [1]

Answered By: 
The Mayor

It was at that moment that I decided I had to stand, I remember!

Dee Doocey (Chair): That was not a question. Can I have your question please?

Boris Johnson (Mayor of London): I remember it was on the television and I thought, 'This must end'! I saw it.

Dee Doocey (Chair): Mr Evans, your question?

Roger Evans (AM): I think the whole idea was that if you were standing you did not need to flush as I recall! Keep up colleagues! Would it be tempting for you to introduce a waste free Wednesday to ensure that public money is not wasted in future on this type of tokenistic gesture?

Dee Doocey (Chair): We will move on to the next question which is from Brian Coleman about Crown Estate, question 1798.