In a tweet, he described the air of London as "shameful."
Sadiq Khan, who has been the Mayor of London since last May, was keen to stress that the "shameful" air in London, of which he has been the Mayor for 8 months, was absolutely nothing to do with him. And the answer to the "shameful" air is not that someone in some kind of political power in London - maybe somebody who has had a few months to do something about it - should do something about it. I don't know - maybe reduce the number of things that drive around London pumping pollution around.The shameful state of London’s toxic air today has triggered a ‘very high’ air pollution alert under my new air quality warning system. pic.twitter.com/cjHmNaAsnB— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) January 23, 2017
Or else we could stop people having bodies. That might work.This is the highest level air quality alert. Everyone, from the most vulnerable to the physically fit, may need to reduce physical exertion.— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) January 23, 2017
If only we could identify the things that go around London emitting pollution.
If only we knew somebody who, through being elected to some kind of position of power in London, might be able to do something about it.