Caroline Pidgeon taking Twitter questions this afternoon #AskCaroline

Liberal Democrat London Mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon will be answering questions on Twitter this afternoon:

This comes the day after her manifesto launch and a successful mayoral debate last night where her performance attracted widespread praise.

Yesterday, she launched her manifesto, which you can read here.

In her foreword to the manifesto, Caroline says:

London is a great global city. We must strengthen and enhance its place as the capital city of the UK at the heart of Europe.
But London also needs to work for everyone – not just the lucky few who can afford to isolate themselves from the problems facing most Londoners. The reality today for too many is a crisis in housing, cuts in community policing, crowded and expensive public transport ill suited to London’s dynamic economy, overcrowded schools and inadequate childcare for working parents, made worse by the dangerously polluted air we all breathe.

The Liberal Democrats have a positive and ambitious vision for a better London. Radical and realistic, a Liberal London would be fairer and greener, made possible because it is safer.

From cutting crime to targeted fare reductions, enabling world class education and better childcare for all our children, and building thousands of new homes, the Liberal Democrats have real solutions to the capital’s biggest challenges.

I am the only mayoral candidate with the experience of working in City Hall to improve the lives of all Londoners. Whilst the other candidates talk of their ideas for London, only I have fully worked out plans and the experience to make them happen.

This manifesto sets out our plans for London. We’ve based it on what Londoners say matters to them. But it’s not exhaustive – so please continue the conversation and let me know what you think.

It is time for a change. It is time for a Liberal London that works for everyone.

If you have any questions you would like to ask Caroline, tweet @carolinepidgeon using #AskCaroline.

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