In the 15 months since he ceased to be New York City's chief executive, Michael Bloomberg has made it quite clear he does not intend to spend the rest of his life doing free consulting work, lobbying for gun control, and perfecting his golf game. After Bill de Blasio took over City Hall, Bloomberg reinserted himself into the day-to-day operations of the company he founded, Bloomberg LP, despite having said that he had no intention of doing so. And, earlier this year, New York's Gabriel Sherman reported that the billionaire was interested in buying the New York Times. Now the United Kingdom's Sunday Times claims that his ambition has outgrown New York altogether. According to the paper, Bloomberg is "considering" running for mayor of London in 2016.