“Cameras are being vandalised and blocked,” he said.
Sadiq Khan has faced mounting pressure for his expansion of UlezPA
“People are enraged, there is a great civil protest here.”
The expansion of Ulez means vehicles that do not meet minimum emissions standards are liable for a £12.50 daily charge if they are used anywhere in London.
To comply with the standards set out, petrol cars must generally have been first registered after 2005, while most diesel cars registered after September 2015 are also exempt from the charge.
In his bid to lower emissions and therefore reduce pollution, Khan has been met with fierce criticism, which now appears to be reflected in the latest polling.
Former Labour MP Stephen Pound has defended Khan's Ulez expansion
The London Mayor vote will be conducted under a first-past-the-post electoral system for the first time after the Government passed new laws.
The contest will take place in May next year, likely to be a few months ahead of the general election.
According to The JL Partners poll for the Sun, Khan is on 35 per cent, with Hall on 32 per cent.
Reform candidate Howard Cox was on eight per cent, while the Green Party and Liberal Democrats were both on five per cent.
Hall has not been without criticism herself, with comments on an LBC appearance this morning risking the wrath of the Conservative Party after saying she would “obviously prefer” the HS2 line went ahead in full.
Her past social media comments have also been thrown into question, with Hall insisting she “can’t remember” supporting a post by Katie Hopkins which labelled Khan as “our nipple height mayor of Londonistan”.
She also defended liking a tweet with a picture of Enoch Powell, saying: “If you’re a serial tweeter, you tend to go through liking all sorts of things.
“If anybody is offended, then obviously I would apologise”.
Hall was also forced into an apology over a tweet where she called reality TV star Gemma Collins a “stupid fat blonde”, commenting: “People will throw these tweets at me and I accept it and if I offend anybody, I apologise.”