It’s come to light that London Mayor Sadiq Khan has spent a shocking amount of money on boarding up statues he deemed as flashpoints of violence.
Under a freedom of information act, figures have been revealed that the boarding up of Sir Winston Churchills statue cost a whopping £10,147, with a further £21,115 spent boarding up former world leaders Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi. BLM graffiti removal throughout Parliament and Trafalgar Squares cost a further £3000.
With the London Mayor Boarding up the statue of Sir Winston Churchill for six weeks due to BLM and Antifa vandalising it with spray paint. Mr Khan came under massive pressure from the Home Secretary Priti Patel saying Khan was too weak in standing up to “thuggery”, demanding the statues be unboxed.
Even Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen called for the resignation of London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Scotland Yard Commissioner Cressida Dick for covering up Sir Winston Churchill.
He said: “Churchill’s famous words ‘We will never surrender’ is completely undermined by London Mayor Sadiq Kahn’s appeasement of the mob.
“It’s a national humiliation, Sadiq Kahn must resign and so should Cressida Dick.”
Sadiq defended his move for boarding up Churchill’s statue saying it was a very “wise” decision.