The London Mayor Boris London had a friendly meeting with Conservative Colleagues in the Plough in Hillsborough on Monday, following a day around Northern Ireland with Theresa Villiers, the Secretary of State.
At Wrightbus in Antrim, the Mayor announced an order of almost 200 further Routemaster buses for London worth 62 million and securing 300 jobs. After a visit to Windell in Magherafelt, where security windows for the new headquarters at the Metropolititan Polic is made, the Mayor continued to Boomer in Lisburn, suppoliers of the window frames to Wrightbus. Having secured investment in transport and policing for the capital through business in Northern Ireland, the Mayor and Secretary of State relaxed with Conservative Party colleagues at the Plough in Hillsborough.
Pictured discussing how Conservative Party policies would have a positive impact on growth in NI with the Mayor and Secretary of State: Jack Irwin - Lagan Valley, Frank Shivers - North Down, Johnny Andrews - Strangford and Neil Wilson - East Belfast.