This afternoon Boris Johnson goes to City Hall for the first time as Mayor. He will be meeting Sir Ian Blair and Peter Hendy, the head of Transport for London. He doesn't have the executive power to fire Sir Ian, but he can get rid of Hendy. He should take the opportunity now, and start as he means to go on. Boris also needs to make clear that the culture of cronyism at City Hall will end. He should immediately announce the axing of Ken's propaganda sheet, The Londoner.
I am sure that Boris's first 100 days have been planned down to the last detail by his team, led by the excellent Nicholas Boles. Be prepared for a few surprises.
You're never so powerful as you are in your first hundred days as an elected politician. The people of London voted for real change. It's up to Boris to ensure that they get it, and it's not more of the same.
UPDATE: It has been pointed ut that You're Fire contains three words. A disgraceful take for someone with a degree in Linguistics to make! Put it dwn to chrnic fatigue!