Caroline Pidgeon judged winner of ITV/LBC mayoral debate

Mike Smithson had no doubt about the winner of last night’s ITV London/LBC mayoral debate.

And he wasn’t alone. Caroline’s strong performance attracted praise from unexpected quarters.

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8 Comments

  • Lynne featherstone 6th Apr '16 - 5:55pm

    She was head and shoulders above the others

  • Ruth Bright 6th Apr '16 - 7:02pm

    Can’t wait for her to do the Norman Smith taxi interview. Does anyone know when that is going to be on?

  • Ruth Bright 7th Apr '16 - 10:54am

    BBC have just said that Caroline’s interview in a taxi (!) with Norman Smith is on the Victoria Derbyshire show about 9.35am tomorrow.

  • I tend to disagree with the view that she won this debate, I thought it was fairly even. If anyone shone I thought it was the lady from the Greens. That said I caught a few minutes of the “interview in a taxi” earlier this evening and from the little I saw she came across very well.

  • Mike Smithson is a Liberal Democrat, so “Well he would say that, wouldn’t he?”

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