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Susan Hall accused Sadiq Khan of creating an “outrageous comment” after he claimed she was “the most dangerous candidate I’ve fought against”.

The London Mayor made the comment as his Tory rival was grilled about previous social media posts throughout a debate on LBC.

Ms Hall was requested about earlier social media exercise together with liking a tweet branding Mr Khan a “traitor rat”.

She mentioned: “I have apologised for my social media a long time ago and many times and I have learnt from that.

“I’ve learnt that you must be very cautious whenever you simply flick on issues with out pondering twice about it.

“But I’ve apologised for that and I have learnt from my mistakes.”

Mr Khan mentioned: “This is very serious because it affects me and my personal safety.”

Pressed on if he would really feel protected in London if Ms Hall wins subsequent month’s election, he went on: “I’m very careful what I say now and I’ve thought long and hard about this.

“I’ve fought three council elections, I’ve fought three parliamentary elections, that is my third mayoral election.

“The Tory candidate is the most dangerous candidate I’ve fought against.”

But the Conservative politician replied: “I think that’s an outrageous comment.

“And he would really feel safer in a Susan Hall mayoralty as a result of I’ll do issues for the police pressure that can make Londoners safer.

“Look at your record on safety in London, it’s dreadful. This is the first time the Metropolitan Police has ever gone into special measures.”

It comes as Mr Khan is in search of a file third time period in City Hall with Londoners taking to the polls on May 2.