Mayor for London Boris Johnson (L) and former England rugby player Lawrence Dallaglio pose for a photograph beside The Webb Ellis Cup, close to Tower Bridge ahead of the Rugby World Cup draw in London on December 3, 2012. Teams in the top three bands are to be drawn for the England 2015 tournament. There will be four pools of five teams to compete at the Rugby World Cup 2015. Band 1 consists of: New Zealand, South Africa, Australia and France. Band 2 consists of: England, Ireland, Samoa and Argentina. Band 3 consists of Wales, Italy, Tonga and Scotland. The final two positions in each pool will be allocated to the eight qualifying places which are still available. AFP PHOTO / ADRIAN DENNIS
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Mayor of London, Boris Johnson poses for a photo between the IOC Executive meetings, held at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza on April 6, 2011 in London, England.
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Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, delivers a speech after pouring concrete at the construction site of the 'Greenwich Square' housing development on November 25, 2013 in London, England. Mr Johnson assisted the residential building work, approximately half of which will be low-cost rent or buy accommodation, as he launched his new draft Housing Strategy for the capital. The Mayor aims to address issues around London's rapidly increasing housing needs and in particular the provision of low cost housing.
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Major of London Boris Johnson at the media launch for the Invictus Games 2014 at the Copper Box Arena in the Olympic Park on March 6, 2014 in London, England. The Invictus Games for wounded, injured and sick serivce personnel will use the power of sport to inspire recovery, support rehabilitation and generate a wider understanding of those who serve the country. Prince Harry has brought the Games to the UK following a trip to see the Warrior Games in Colorado in 2013. 300 competitors from around the world will take part from the 10th-14th September.
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The Mayor of London Boris Johnson wears a traditional headdress during a visit to the Shree Swaminarayan Mandir, a major new Hindu temple being built in Kingsbury on May 28, 2014 in London, England. The Mayor met with religious and community leaders and toured the new complex. The temple, set to fully open in August, has cost £20 million to build, all of the money being raised by the community and through the sale of its previous site in Golders Green, which is being developed for housing.
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Mayor of London Boris Johnson delivers a speech in Bloomberg's European headquarters on Britain's involvement in the EU on August 6, 2014 in London, England. Mr Johnson also announced his intention to become an MP again at the 2015 general election, whilst serving out the remainder of his term as mayor.
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Boris Johnson, Conservative candidate for Uxbridge celebrates on stage following his win as he attends the count at Brunel University London on May 8, 2015 in Uxbridge, England. The United Kingdom has gone to the polls to vote for a new government in one of the most closely fought General Elections in recent history. With the result too close to call it is anticipated that there will be no overall clear majority winner and a coalition government will have to be formed once again.