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Boris Johnson visits Romford market today to support Shaun Bailey.

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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was today in Romford Market with the Romford MP Andrew Rosindell, Havering and Redbridge GLA candidate Keith Prince and Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey.

Mr Rosindell gave the Prime Minster a tour of the historic market as the team campaigned for the London Mayoral Elections coming up this week on Thursday May 6th.

The Prime Minister spent time chatting to market stall holders and local shoppers.

Mr Rosindell told the Havering Daily:
“It was great to see our fantastic Prime Minister in Romford once again supporting our London Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey and GLA candidate for Havering Keith Prince. Our market is a historic institution that we value in our country and voting for Shaun this Thursday will help us keep London and all its history safe once and for all.”

The Prime Minister in Romford today. Photo credit Andrew Rosindell MP

3 thoughts on “Boris Johnson visits Romford market today to support Shaun Bailey.

  • 30th April 2021 at 3:40 pm
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    Brilliant, Shaun Bailey is going to help us keep London and all its history safe once and for all. That does it for me, I’m voting for him because we have nothing better to worry about than the history of London. What’s he going to do about Gallows corner? He’s going to keep our history safe for us….., and leave it as it is. Maybe I won’t be voting for him after all! Shame he wasn’t there as well; then we could have had some real answers. But as we all know, we never really get them from any politician. Most unusual for our beloved Leader not to be there, because he’s generally not one to miss such an event. Especially when it was such a fantastic photo opportunity.

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  • 1st May 2021 at 2:32 pm
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    Was it just a coincidence that underneath the picture of the serial liar standing with the flag-obsessed numpty was a story titled ‘Is it too much to ask for politicians we can trust?’ – or someone in the office with a cynical eye….

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