March 8, 2012 Chronicle By Adam Courtney
Mayor under fire for ‘dodging’ traders’ questions * He backs sewer protesters * Launches bike scheme at Westfield * Skirts round grilling over cost to taxpayers.
BORIS Johnson said he would do ‘whatever I can to protect’ Goldhawk Road traders after he came under fire for refusing to answer their questions at a public meeting on Wednesday night.
The Mayor was roundly heckled at a People’s Question Time in Hammersmith after he was confronted about the council’s plans to rebuild Shepherd’s Bush Market and knock down a row of shops in Goldhawk Road.
Traders, who are taking their case to a judicial review, said Mr Johnson skirted around their questions, while Audrey Boughton of the threatened Cooke’s Pie and Mash Shop accused the Mayor of being unaware of their plight.
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