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Will there ever be another Conservative mayor of London?

24 June 2020

6:04 PM

24 June 2020

6:04 PM

Even in these strange political times, it looks very difficult for a Conservative politician to become Mayor of London. In the 20 years since the advent of the mayoralty and the introduction of the London Assembly, only Boris – as we all know, an unusual politician – has managed to beat Labour, with successive terms in 2008 and 2012.

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Paul Bickley is a Research Fellow at Theos, and co-author of the report Religious London: Faith in a Global City


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