has been arrested at Heathrow airport after an argument caused by the refusal to let his '30-strong entourage' into the British Airways first-class lounge (Terminal 1).
The Harringey barister accused of filming up women's skirts has claimed in court that he didn't get any sexual gratification from his 'hobby'. You see it was "collecting and cataloguing the images" that he enjoyed....not the wanking.
And talking of Heathrow, it's been announced that the 555-seater Airbus A380 superjumbo, is to make its UK debut there on 18 May.
Ken has said that a £200m plant in East London which would desalinate water from the Thames estuary is not the answer to the water shortage because it's energy-intensive and contributes to climate change.
The Conservatives meanwhile are busy reminding everyone just how opposed they are to Ken's Congestion Charge: "The C-Charge is not a green policy but rather an expensive failure, damaging local shops and restaurants without having a significant impact on congestion levels. We believe that our opposition to the congestion charge will be fully vindicated when the results are in at next week's local elections."
Last Updated 27 April 2006