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Woman describes rescue by Boris

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A woman 'rescued' from an attack by a group of girls, by London mayor Boris Johnson, has spoken about the incident.

Franny Armstrong called for help as she was surrounded and pushed by the girls, one of whom had an iron bar, in Camden, north London, on Monday night.

The mayor, who was cycling past, stopped and chased the girls down the street, calling them: "Oiks".

Mike Ramsden reports

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