Mayoral candidates pick up speed for London walk
More than a hundred hardy souls took part in last Sunday's symbolic London North City Walk, meeting in Regents Park, to push support for equal treatment for pedestrians in the future planning of the capital. Their reward was an introduction to the key mayoral candidates for Mayor of London, who appeared briefly to address the crowd, and to get large amounts of free publicity on itn news that evening. Organisers Tony Meats (Office of Urban Design) and Dan Bone (Civix) seemed quite happy ...
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