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Boris Johnson is launching his Uxbridge campaign today with party workers.
London's mayor is with John Randall, the former MP he hopes to replace. When Boris arrived in Uxbridge, he announced: 'I need a haircut'.
A customer who popped into a bank to get some money out ended up being trapped inside for nearly five hours.
The man walked into Metro Bank in Uxbridge at 6am on Sunday to use a cash machine. But the door locked behind him which meant he was stuck.
Normally, customers can use their card to get in and out the building. He was eventually rescued by worker in a neighbouring coffee shop. Speaking to the Mirror, Sana Khan said:
He tried the handle of the door but it just wouldn't open.
He slid his card through a small gap between the doors but when I tried it, the door still wouldn't open.
I chatted to him and he seemed perfectly calm and relaxed and, when Metrobank's customer service department opened, I rang them and told them of the problem.
Boris Johnson took a vital step tonight along his road to a return to Parliament. The Mayor of London has just been chosen as the official conservative candidate in Uxbridge, west of London, for the general election next May .
The London Mayor won on the first ballot and says he is 'obviously thrilled' that the Uxbridge and South Ruislip Conservative Association has chosen him as Tory candidate. He was one of four candidates tonight and faced a series of questions on local issues before his selection was announced just after 10pm.
He has said the next stage will be a 'tough fight' and a 'long fight' and that he plans to remain as Mayor of London until the end of his second term in May 2016.
By Simon Harris: Political Correspondent
But one of Johnson's rivals claimed the mayor has an Achilles heel. Simon Dudley, a councillor in Windsor & Maidenhead, was born on the same day as the mayor.
He's not local, he's going to have a number of different demands on his time.
He does a great job as Mayor of London but for the residents of this constituency they want someone who's here for them 100% of the time. I'm a local candidate, I know the area, I was born here, I understand the issues. What the residents need here is an MP who's going to be here 100% of the time fighting for what they want.