Caroline Pidgeon is a member of the London Assembly for the Liberal Democrats, and Chair of the London Assembly's Transport Committee. Caroline is the national spokesperson on London in the Liberal Democrat Shadow Cabinet, and she was the Liberal Democrat candidate in the 2016 London Mayoral election.

Caroline has a strong track record of campaigning, both with Liberal Democrats in local communities right across the city, and also in the London and national media. She is focused on:

  • Standing up against Brexit - she has led the campaign to get City Hall and the Mayor to fight Brexit and support a People's Vote.
  • Championing high-quality, efficient public transport. Caroline is a persuasive voice in the Assembly and in the media and has delivered Lib Dem policies like the One Hour Bus Ticket.
  • Campaigning to keep Londoners safe. Caroline promotes new initiatives to tackle knife crime and hate crime, and fights alongside local people against harmful police station closures.
  • Opposing Heathrow expansion - it's noisy, environmentally damaging and it's unnecessary.

Fighting for a Liberal London in 2020

Siobhan Benita has been selected as the Liberal Democrat candidate for mayor of London in 2020. Caroline has been selected to lead the Liberal Democrat List for the London Assembly elections in 2020.


Caroline says:

“I am delighted to be leading the Liberal Democrat Assembly team for the next London elections and to be working with our amazing Mayoral candidate Siobhan Benita.”

“Siobhan brings huge experience and energy to lead our London election campaign. I am looking forward to campaigning with her across the capital and putting forward solutions to the challenges the city faces today.”

Left to right: Lucy Salek, Caroline Pidgeon, Siobhan Benita, Chris Maines, Hina Bokhari

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