Count Binface has announced he is running for London Mayor
Count Binface has claimed he is “more qualified” than his opponents after he released his manifesto for London
The self-proclaimed interplanetary space warrior, who challenged Boris Johnson in the 2019 general election, said that he is aiming for “victory” in the mayoral race.
The count, played by comedian Jon Harvey, 41, released his manifesto on Wednesday, which includes plans to rename London Bridge as Phoebe Waller Bridge and have London join the EU.
“I took a look at the other candidates and thought that this looks like a rubbish election. So, seeing as rubbish is manna from heaven for me, I’m loving it,” the count told the PA news agency.
“It’s my first mayoral election on your planet, but I’ve dabbled in city politics back home on the Sigma Quadrant. Which makes me more qualified than almost all of my opponents, who are a right old bag of Pick ‘n’ Mix, aren’t they?”
Here is my full manifesto for London. Can any other candidate beat this? No chance! #VoteBinface #MakeYourVoteCount https://t.co/ApoIg8jdVe