Boris Johnson accused of misleading Londoners of funding costs of London Bridge

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Boris Johnson accused of misleading Londoners of funding costs of London Bridge

Boris Johnson has been accused of misleading Londoners over the cost of funding the proposed garden bridge.

Labour say a leaked letter reveals it could cost taxpayers in the capital  £3.5 million a year. 

That's a far cry from the mayor's promise that not a single penny of public money would go into maintaining the £60 million bridge.

Labour London Assembly member Tom Copley explains more. 

The Mayor’s office are still yet to comment. 

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