This morning’s Conservative mayoral radio debate will have left London Tory listeners with a clear impression of choice between candidates representing all corners of the ‘broad church’ party. On the panel of the BBC London Radio mayoral debate were London Assembly member and self-proclaimed libertarian Andrew Boff, Deputy Mayor for Crime and Policing Stephen Greenhalgh, Richmond Member of Parliament Zac Goldsmith, and London Member of the European Parliament Syed Kamall. During the debate, Kamall further burnished his reputation as a ‘Thatcherite’ Tory, often proposing quite radical free-market solutions to London’s problems, while Boff had most to prove, being a relative unknown among the pack. On some subjects all four men found accord. All neatly dodged the potentially controversial question on rising tensions between the Islamic and Jewish communities in London, and on Islamophobia and anti-Semitism in general. In trying to portray himself as a peacemaker who could bring communities together, Boff cited his involvement
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