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:
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