Cameron Attacks London Mayor Candidate Khan for Links to Imam

  • `Right' to question Labour candidate's judgment, premier says
  • Khan leads Tory candidate Goldsmith before May 5 vote

Sadiq Khan, the Labour Party candidate for London mayor, poses for a photograph following a Bloomberg Television interview at the U.K. headquarters of Twitter Inc. in London, U.K., on Thursday, April 7, 2016. Khan, who is leading Conservative candidate Zac Goldsmith in opinion polls for the May 5 election, has pledged to freeze transport fares, ensure there is more affordable housing and support business as he seeks to regain the mayoralty for Labour, which lost it to Boris Johnson in 2008.

Photographer: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron took the increasingly bitter battle for the London mayoralty into Parliament by questioning the judgment of the opposition Labour Party’s candidate, Sadiq Khan, for appearing together with an imam whom the premier said supports Islamic State.

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