Boris Johnson is set to meet Jewish voters in his bid to be re-elected Mayor of London.
Hosted by the London Jewish Forum, the Breakfast meeting will be an opportunity for Boris to engage with Jewish Londoners on the many issues that affect the capital’s community.
The Forum will take place on the 17th of April at 7:45am in Golders Green. Participants can register to attend on the LJF Website.
In time for the elections, LJF has launched the ‘London Jewish Manifesto’, documenting many of the key concerns the Community faces, and has called on all candidates to outline how they will work to solve the issues the Manifesto identifies.
Peter Mason, LJF’s Director said “Jewish Londoners have a big and important decision to make on May 3rd. They will be deciding between competing visions for our city, and deciding which candidate they feel is best able to lead our city. It is important that we have the opportunity to engage with the candidates, so we’re pleased that Mayor Johnson will share his vision with us personally”