RBS. Not for sale to Abu Dhabi, true friends and allies of Britain though the Emiratis undeniably are. Like Bahrain and Oman, it is beyond me why the UAE is not in the Commonwealth, whereas Saudi Arabia, to which the Coalition is far too close, and Kuwait are America's regional allies rather than ours. But none on them should be welcome to buy the public stake in RBS, a stake which, not least because it is the safeguard of the Union that public ownership always is, ought not be for sale at all, ever.
And the Office of Mayor of London, the occupant of which should be determined by the voters of London, not by the (extremely anti-British) government or (homicidally anti-British) intelligence agency of Israel, speaking through hired help on Fleet Street. Hold your nose if you have to. I would have to. But Vote Ken. It is a question of this nation's sovereignty. In view of his cheerleaders and probable backers, a vote for Boris would be tantamount to treason, and an expression of dual, if any British, loyalty.