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Boris drums up street support

PUBLISHED: 16:25 26 March 2008 | UPDATED: 10:25 12 August 2010

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MAYORAL Conservative candidate Boris Johnson visited Bromley last Saturday to meet voters. The candidate stopped off at Bromley High Street to meet shoppers ahead of the election on May 1.

MAYORAL Conservative candidate Boris Johnson visited Bromley last Saturday to meet voters.

The candidate stopped off at Bromley High Street to meet shoppers ahead of the election on May 1.

The visit came days before he launched his Payback London scheme which would see teenagers who lost their free travel due to bad behaviour doing community service to earn it back.

After the visit, Mr Johnson said: "It was great to be out in Bromley and I was really bowled over by seeing so many supporters.

"People must realise that the only way to see real improvements in Bromley is to vote for change on May 1.

"I will continue to work on setting out my ideas and energy to make London's streets, public transport and green spaces safer and I hope those plans will continue to resonate with people.

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