Can Ken and Boris keep up with Brian?

Well, they’re going to have their work cut out – Lib Dem London mayoral candidate Brian Paddick is running this year’s London marathon, and is challenging his two opponents to pick up the gauntlet he’s laid down. Says Brian:

Running London is an extremely tough and demanding job and the Mayor needs to be mentally and physically fit. I am running the London Marathon this year and I challenge all Mayoral candidates to join me – it will be a real test of their mettle. If people vote for me on 1st May, they know I will be fit for office.”

Brian is running for three charities – the links below will send you direct to Brian’s JustGiving websites:
* Downs Syndrome Educational Trust,
* Stroke Association and
* Elton John Aids Foundation.

All three charities are very close to Brian’s heart: his father died from a stroke, his nephew suffers from Downs Syndrome and he is a keen supporter of the fight against Aids.

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