Let me propose a useful test for all you Tories, and all you died-in-the-wool Boris lovers. This is for every one of you who has hated everything Ken Livingston has ever done, including breathing, and who's cheered to a standstill Boris Johnson's weekend victory over the mad Marxist.
I suggest you take a deep breath, and start being realistic.
I suggest, as one way of measuring Boris's performance in office, that you might want to award Boris a point every time he overturns something Red Ken introduced -- which was always something egregious. How many points do you think he'll have earned before London's voters throw him out?
And what do you think this will say about the nature of Tory government?