Local Elections 2022: What it could mean for Boris Johnson and Keir Starmer

Boris Johnson appeared to be in good spirits as he appeared at Methodist Central Hall in Westminster to cast his vote in the local elections.The Prime Minister was smiling and wished reporters a good morning, but was otherwise tight-lipped about an election in which the Conservatives are predicted to lose hundreds of council seats.Appearing on foot at the polling station at around 7.40am on Thursday morning, Mr Johnson was not with his wife Carrie but was accompanied by his dog Dilyn.Sir Keir Starmer arrived at a polling station in Kentish Town, north London, to cast his vote in the local elections for Camden Council.The Labour leader, who lives in Kentish Town, which is part of the borough of Camden, held hands with his wife as he walked into the polling station – a community hall in Willingham Close – just after 9.30am.

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