Sack Boris campaign's Oyster card sleeves help Londoners express their support for public transit with each ride

The Sack Boris campaign, which seeks the ouster of London Mayor Boris Johnson, has a nice line of brightly coloured Oyster-card sleeves that can be yours for a mere £3 donation. The mayor has increased bus-fares by 44% since he took office in 2008, and he is up for re-election in 2012.

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    1. THANKS, THE WHOLE INTERNET WAS ON HOLD UNTIL THE TERRIBLE SITUATION OF YOU PERSONALLY NOT KNOWING A THING WAS RESOLVED.

    2. Bus pass & tube card in one nifty RFID powered package.  It has a few gotcha’s such as the money on it expires if the card isn’t used for a while but generally works quite well

  1. The linked website has this mind boggling exchange over the mayor’s policy of… “Gluing Pollution to the Road”? http://www.sackboris2012.com/bad-air/190911-glue.html

    This sounds straight out of Christopher Morris show. Sometimes when I hear politicians talk I feel like someone’s lodged a popsicle stick in my mouth sideways and is spinning it around like a helicopter propeller. This is one of those times.

  2. …and was introduced by the former Mayor Ken Livingstone as one of many measures to make public transport in London better. He’s now re-running against Boris – let’s hope he wins.

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