"It is through their restless concupiscent energy and sheer wealth-creating dynamism that we pay for an ever-growing proportion of public services," said Johnson, who has been Conservative mayor of London since 2008. A charismatic right-winger with an erratic streak, Johnson is widely regarded as a potential future leader of the ruling Conservative Party, which with the smaller Liberal Democratic Party is facing a challenge to its coalition government in parliamentary elections due in 2015.
Johnson added that the top 1 percent of UK earners currently pay 29.8 percent of all the income tax and National Insurance received by the UK Treasury. In 1979, they paid only 11 percent of income tax, Johnson wrote in his article, published in The Daily Telegraph.
that means 70.2% is paid by everyone else -- Borat your a knob!!