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Talking to local residents and businesses in Bexley

Caroline Pidgeon had a great visit to Bexley to meet with the local Liberal Democrat candidate for the London Assembly Bromley and Bexley constituency, Julie Ireland. They started in Bexleyheath talking to passengers about Caroline’s Half Price Fares before Half Past Seven campaign, and then moved onto Sidcup to meet local businesses.

Out campaigning with local Lib Dems in Kingston

Caroline Pidgeon went out door knocking in Kingston with local Lib Dem London Assembly candidates Emily Davey, Merlene Emerson and Rosina Robson.

They had a great response on the doorstep to policies such as half price fares before half past seven and childcare plans. Caroline is passionate about ensuring there is wrap-around childcare available for parents across London with earlier starts and later finishes, to enable them to go back to work more easily.

Visiting London’s Air Ambulance

Caroline Pidgeon visited London’sAir Ambulance at The Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel with the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Candidate Adrian Hyyrylainen-Trett.

Out and about in Haringey

Caroline Pidgeon went out campaigning with local Lib Dem campaigners in Crouch End to speak to local residents. She was joined by local London Assembly Lib Dem candidate for Enfield and Haringey Nicholas da Costa and campaigner Dawn Barnes. They received a great response on the doorstep.

Caroline pledges to tackle poor air quality in Camden

Caroline Pidgeon was out in the Euston Road area of Camden with Councillor Flick Rea, London Assembly Lib Dem candidate for Barnet and Camden Zack Polanski, and local activists. They were assessing the poor air quality and congestion in the local area. Caroline is passionate about improving London’s air quality.

Caroline said:

“Congestion is not just a huge inconvenience but also damaging to people’s health. It creates a huge economic bill for businesses due to delays, longer delivery times and staff arriving late for work

Now more than ever we need to face up to the implications of London’s growing population and that must mean using the Congestion Charge in a far smarter way.

Tackling London’s air pollution must also mean tough action against diesel vehicles. Using the Congestion Charge to deter diesel vehicles from central London in places like Camden could be a game changer in tackling air pollution in London.”

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