Brian Paddick to be questioned live on Guardian website TODAY 1-2 pm

Liberal Democrat London Mayoral Candidate Brian Paddick will be answering questions live on the Guardian website between 1 and 2 pm today.

If you have anything you want to ask Brian about what he stands for and what he wants to do for London, head here and put your question in the comments.

We’ll bring you news of how he got on tomorrow.

PS It’s a busy day for the London campaign.  Don’t forget about the tweetathon to launch Caroline Pidgeon’s One Hour Bus Ticket campaign which she wrote about last night here.

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One Comment

  • Richard Dean 28th Mar '12 - 10:06pm

    On reading the title of this posting, I thought at first he’d been arrested! Quite a feat for a candidate whose campaign slogan is getting tough on crime. Like many, many, many others, I had something else that had to be done during 1-2pm, so I wonder whether he had an audience. I hope it went well.

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