Mayor defends second Olympic Stadium race


The Mayor of London has promised the race to become the next tenants of the Olympic Stadium will be fair after Leyton Orient FC expressed concern about the process.

Boris Johnson said in a previous interview that it would be West Ham United who would become the next tenants.

However, Leyton Orient FC chairman Barry Hearne said that meant the process was flawed.

Mr Johnson said proper guidelines would be followed.

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