By Jason Moore

POOR old David Cameron, he has only been in Pollensa for a day and already there is trouble on the home front. London Mayor Boris Johnson has told Cameron to ‘stop pussyfooting around' on the economy as he confirms for first time he is considering returning to parliament. Johnson dismissed as “nonsense” the idea that he could return to the House of Commons while in his current post although he would not say whether he would be standing as Mayor again. “The way to get business really motoring in the UK is to cut taxes, cut regulation, create the infrastructure and get behind it. That's what you (Cameron) should do,” Johnson was quoted in a newspaper as saying. Now, many in the Tory Party believe that Johnson would make an excellent party leader and he is riding high following the success of the London Olympics. Johnson´s comments will have gone down like a lead balloon at the Pollensa villa where the Camerons are staying. The last thing that the Prime Minister needs at the moment is to be told how to do his job by the man who has just helped mastermind one of the recent British success stories. I suspect that Cameron had felt that he had left Britain for Majorca on a high after the Games and the criticism of his handling of the economy will come as a blow especially as Britain is still in recession. But there is some good news for the Prime Minister the forecast is good for the next couple of days. So forget Johnson and relax, you are in Majorca now!


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