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This really didn’t go very well; supremely wealthy Tory candidate for Mayor looked pretty out of touch with the city he wants to run during a TV interview.
The BBC’s Norman Smith asked Goldsmith which team play at Loftus Road, he had no idea (it’s QPR). Then he was asked the next type station going east on Central Line from Tottenham Court Road, he had no idea (it’s Holborn). He was finally asked where the Museum of London is, he had no idea, (It’s at Barbican). To be fair to him he did know the Barbican was near the City, the wealthy financial district, which is comforting.
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