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Campaigning in Streatham

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined Streatham Liberal Democrats out and about on Thursday 8th May, talking to local residents about their housing service and other local concerns.

Caroline joined Cllr Alex Davies, Cllr Judy Best and Cllr Daphne Marchant meeting local people and talking about the team's record of action and promise of more for the local area.

Campigning in Kingston

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined local councillors and campaigners on the doors in Kingston on Tuesday 6th May to hear about local issues and to support the Lib Dem teams in the forthcoming local council elections.

Caroline spent some of the day in Chessington South, and Chessington North and Hook, supporting local Cllr Tricia Bamford, Cllr Rachel Reid, Cllr Shiraz Mirza, Cllr Margaret Thompson, Clive Chase and Emma-Louise Wykes. The team had a fantastic day in the sunshine hearing about the good housing service and major works that had been carried out in the area and picking up issues around transport.

Campaigning in Bayswater

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined the Lib Dem Team in Bayswater on Saturday 3rd May to talk to residents on their street stall and to knock on doors.

The Bayswater team have worked tirelessly for the local community, raising issues of concern ranging from protecting local independent shops to the impact of planning applications on the area and repairs in local housing association homes. The team are very concerned about massive underground housing applications which can destabilise streets and cause months, if not years, of nuisance to local residents, as well as other over-developments, which cause problems whilst being built and often allow in chain stores onto the local high street.

Campaigning in Ealing

Caroline Pidgeon AM joined Ealing councillor Jon Ball and local members and council candidates, door knocking in Ealing Common ward on Saturday 26th April.

The team spoke to lots of residents and picked up huge concerns regarding the plans for Ealing Broadway station.

"It was great to meet so many local people and to get such good feedback about Cllr Jon Ball and his local team including Jennifer Hollis and Craig O'Donnell, who work so hard for Ealing Common" commented Caroline.

Virgin Media shows blatant disregard for road users

The MayorWatch site reports Transport for London has begun prosecution proceedings against Virgin Media (one of its own major sponsors) for carrying out roadworks unsafely in Sutton last October.

Virgin Media has already received a £14,300 fine this year for "endangering the lives of residents and motorists" when work was carried out in breach of safety rules in Richmond.

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