Jewish News readers are being offered the chance to quiz Boris Johnson.
The Mayor of London will respond to written questions on everything from his role at City Hall to issues of specific concern to the Anglo-Jewry and community relations in the capital, writes Justin Cohen.
Johnson is currently gearing up to contest the safe Tory seat of Uxbridge and South Ruislip and many suggest he could be a future contender for party leader.
Jewish News editor Richard Ferrer said: “This exclusive Q and A is the latest opportunity Jewish News has provided its readers to engage with high-profile politicians. With just weeks until the general Election and with the Mayor expected to visit Israel in the coming months, this is a particular timely moment to put your questions to one of the most colourful figures in UK, or world, politics.”
Please send in your questions by 12 March to firstname.lastname@example.org. Responses to 10 questions will be published on 26 March.