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First steps back for London Lib Dems as our total number of votes increases

Speaking as the Mayoral and London Assembly results were announced on 6th May, Caroline Pidgeon said:

"I am happy to be reelected to the Assembly and encouraged by the Mayoral result as we know that it will take time to rebuild the party. These are our first steps back and I am happy to have substantially increased the Party's total number of votes in London.

Action to tackle London’s toxic air could not happen sooner

Caroline Pidgeon AM, Liberal Democrat London Assembly Member, commenting on the Mayor’s announcement today that he will launch a formal policy consultation on measures to tackle air pollution including extending the Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) to the North Circular Road and the South Circular Road, bringing forward the introduction earlier than 2020 and implementing an extra charge on the most polluting vehicles entering central London using the Congestion Charge payment and enforcement system from 2017, said:

Getting the Vote Out in Southwark

Caroline is travelling across London on this sunny polling day getting the vote out for the London Lib Dems. Here she is in Southwark with some of the Lib Dem team, including Southwark councillors David Noakes and Adele Morris. They are getting a lovely response from local residents on the doorstep.

Getting the Vote Out in Sutton

Here is Caroline getting the vote out in Sutton on polling day with Lib Dem London Assembly Candidate for the Croydon and Sutton constituency Amna Ahmed and local councillors Arthur Hookway and Paul Wingfield.

Getting the Vote Out in Richmond

Here is Caroline getting the vote out in the sunshine in Richmond. She is with Lib Dem London Assembly candidate Merlene Emerson and some members of the Richmond Lib Dem Campaign team. The response on the doorstep from local residents in Richmond is very positive.

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