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The Mayor of London was booed and heckled as he apppeared at a 'Question and Answer' session in south east London last night.
Boris Johnson was at a theatre to hear from the public, but at the meeting too were a group of campaigners - angry about the downgrading of services at Lewisham Hospital.
They've fought a long and public battle to stop the changes and last night they turned on the Mayor.
Paul Brand has the story:
Boris Johnson was booed and heckled by an audience made up of hundreds of campaigners last night.
The Mayor was confronted about the downgrading of services at Lewisham Hospital at People's Question Time in Catford.
Ronke Phillips reports:
Boris Johnson had to deal with a great deal of booing and heckling from an audience made up of hundreds of campaigners last night.
They are angry at plans to downgrade services at Lewisham Hospital:
Boris Johnson faced tough questions from Save Lewisham hospital supporters last night.
During the London Assembly's Question Time in Catford, campaigners pushed the Mayor to save their hospital.
Boris Johnson had an uncomfortable night at People's Question Time in Catford. The Mayor faced angry campaigners opposed to cuts at Lewisham Hospital.
The Mayor of London and London Assembly members are taking questions from the public on transport, housing, policing, and London's economy. But members of the Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign have appeared in force to push Boris to support the hospital.
Boris Johnson is facing a hostile audience at People's Question Time in Catford. He's agreed to answer a series of questions on the proposed closure of Lewisham Hospital's A&E department.