'Ask Boris' on radio-phone in

Londoners have had the chance to put their burning questions to Boris Johnson this morning. The mayor took to the airwaves for a second time for his radio show "Ask Boris" on LBC.

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'Absolutely right' for illegal immigrants to obey laws

Boris Johnson said today that controversial adverts and leaflets being distributed in parts of the capital encouraging illegal immigrants to leave voluntarily could be worded "friendlier".

"Frankly the language could be friendlier...It's a fine point. But I think it's absolutely right to tell people to obey the law", the London Mayor said.

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Girl begs London Mayor not to close local fire station

A girl has begged London's Mayor not to close her local fire station. Nine-year-old Juliette told Boris Johnson she was worried out the safety of her estate in south London after he gave the go-ahead to close 10 fire stations.

Speaking during a radio phone-in the mayor admitted the girl's plea was "heartbreaking", but the cuts still made sense.

More on this story from ITV London: Mayor forces through fire cuts.

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