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Boris quizzed over ash cloud closing Heathrow Airport

PUBLISHED: 13:00 18 May 2010 | UPDATED: 16:01 05 October 2010

BORIS Johnson comes in for heavy questioning at City Hall tomorrow over Heathrow airport being shut because of the Icelandic ash cloud and about travel disruptions caused by the BA strike. The Mayor comes in for grilling at the London Assembly

By Mike Brooke

BORIS Johnson comes in for heavy questioning at City Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) over Heathrow airport being shut because of the Icelandic ash cloud and travel disruptions caused by the British Airways strike.

The Mayor comes in for a two-and-a-half hour grilling at the London Assembly with a tough list of questions including how the May 6 General Election result affects London and about changes to the London Underground upgrading work.

The full Mayor’s Question Time agenda is available online on the London Assembly’s website.

The public meeting at City Hall, near Tower Bridge, can also be viewed live online on the Assembly’s webcast from at 10am tomorrow.

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