Thursday, 29 March 2007

Livingstone rejected Kiley's plan for bars on tube trains

It has emerged in papers released today that London Mayor Ken Livingstone rejected proposals by former transport commissioner Bob Kiley for a cash bar to be installed on every tube train in the capital. The row between the two men over the issue led to Kiley's resignation from his post in 2005. Meanwhile tube travellers today expressed anger that British tax payers are still paying for Kiley's drinks bill a full two years after his resignation. Mr Kiley is thought to be receiving up to twenty vodka and tonics a day as part of his consultancy fees.

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