Boris Johnson

Favourite: Johnson is most trusted to run pubs


Boris Johnson: nation's favourite to run a pub

By Nikkie Sutton

The recently appointed Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been voted the politician trusted most to run a pub according to the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA).

Destroying UK's oldest gay pub 'unthinkable'

Destroying UK's oldest gay pub 'unthinkable'

By Emily Sutherland

Prominent architects have added their voices to the call to save the UK’s oldest gay pub the Royal Vauxhall Tavern and described destroying it as ‘unthinkable.’

Who is this man?

Election Special

Mystery man: Can you name the Community Pubs Minister?

By Mike Berry

Two thirds of PMA readers are unable to name the Community Pubs Minister - a damning indictment of how invisible and ineffective the majority of publicans think the incumbent has been in the post.

Chase: sobriety test doesn't add up

Boris and the sobriety test

By Paul Chase

Writing in the Daily Telegraph on the 19th September, London Mayor Boris Johnson laments the number of violent offenders who don’t get sent to prison, and calls for the introduction of a “sobriety test” for all persons convicted of drink-related violent...

Johnson: inspiration from South Dakota sobriety tests

London Mayor calls for sobriety tests

Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, has called for the introduction of mandatory "sobriety tests" as an alternative to jail sentences for those convicted of alcohol-fuelled violence.

Boris: help for pubs

Fresh help for riot-hit London firms

By John Harrington, M&C Report

Riot-hit pubs in Croydon and Tottenham could be entitled to extra business rates relief under the new £20m London Enterprise Fund.