Londoners will have one of their last chances to quiz Boris Johnson when he appears at the O2 later this month for the final State of London Debate of his mayoralty.
The annual event allows members of the public to question the mayor on issues of concern, including housing, transport and policing.
Mr Johnson, who was re-elected to the Commons last month, is stepping down as mayor at next year’s election making this year’s debate one of the last chances for members of the public to quiz him on his record and plans for the year ahead.
Urging Londoners to take part, Johnson said: “I am now into my last year as Mayor of this great city, and this will be our final State of London debate.
“So, whether you’ve got ideas on how to keep crime falling, solve our housing issues or improve our transport networks, this is your chance to put me in the hot seat, and share your ideas on how we can make London an even better place to live.”
Members of the public wishing to attend this year’s event can request a free ticket from www.london.gov.uk/debate
Date: Tuesday 23 June 2015
Time: 7:30 pm start (doors open at 6:30pm)
Venue: indigo at The O2, Greenwich, SE10 0DX. The closest tube station is North Greenwich.