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London Borough of Camden has new gay mayor and mayoress

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  1. Pete the meat 28 May 2010, 4:14pm

    Good luck to ‘em. They’ll need it. The gloss (if ever there was any) is well and truly off Camden, in particular the market and high street. Its really down at heel and still populated with feral ‘yoof’ muttering “hash, coke, marijuana” under their breaths at all and sundry. The only good thing I can say about Camden is it now has a gay mayor, that is some achievement. Is the Black Cap still going?

  2. His first move should be to erect a statue in honour of Regina Fong…

  3. Stewart:” His first move should be to erect a statue in honour of Regina Fong…”
    Why? To demonstrate that Camden is that boring and unfunny?

  4. Why? To demonstrate that Camden is that boring and unfunny?

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    Comment by Røb_N — May 28, 2010 @ 18:15

    No rob, to give you something to moan about, as per. You’d have had to find something derogatory about Amy or Jonathan if Stewart hadn’t set you up that easy one….

    Reg Fong was very popular, so clearly, like me, there are many who disagree with your views, again, as per.

  5. Oh this is excellent news!! Like Amy Lame needs a sidekick….. just Kiddin!!

    Nice One!!

  6. Why is this news? We had a gay mayor in my home town two years ago and I’m pretty sure that wasn’t reported on here. And this wasn’t a London Borough but a northern former mining town.

  7. BouncerMan in Black 29 May 2010, 6:26pm

    A statue to Mrs Shufflewick (a very famous, albeit long departed, Black Cap Drag Queen) is probably even more important than Regina at this moment.

    Mrs Shufflewick made a big impresion on many of us back in the 60’s, despite her performing almost ‘legless’ most of the time!

  8. Awww, class, she looks like a person I’d love. She looks so jolly and fun!

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