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Barnet Labour welcomes mayor’s bus pledge

Sadiq Khan has announced he will extend the 210 bus route if re-elected

Sadiq Khan (credit GLA)

Barnet’s Labour administration has welcomed Mayor of Lonson Sadiq Khan’s announcement that if re-elected, he will extend the 210 bus route, which currently runs from Golders Green to Finsbury Park, to Stamford Hill.

The mayor announced the initiative at a mayoral hustings for the Jewish community at the JW3 Jewish community centre on Thursday 11th April. This would link up London’s two largest Jewish communities.

Cllr Alan Schneiderman, Barnet Labour’s cabinet Member for environment and climate change said: “With Mayor Sadiq Khan, people and their communities come first. Extending the 210 will be such a boon to the Jewish community, linking up friends and families, and we are proud to back it.”


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