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Ruth Cadbury, Labour parliamentary candidate for Brentford and Isleworth, struggled to name even a single pledge when asked about the key policy of her party's manifesto.
Ms Cadbury was being interviewed by a reporter from a local website, the Chiswick Calendar, but struggled to answer the simply question, holding her head in her hands and saying: "I'm reading them everyday."
Eventually Ms Cadbury manages to say: "the key thing is to balance the books...we have to support the NHS and that our schools and our young people are supported and all young people can get a job and employment."
The interview was recorded after a local hustings during which the paper says she:
... confidently answered questions on housing, tax, the NHS and Heathrow expansion and challenged her Conservative opponent on her party's manifesto pledges.
Tonight we were live in Wembley hosting a special debate to find out how all the parties aim to tackle the capital's housing crisis in the upcoming election.
We also heard from housing experts, to discover which ideas offered the real solutions, and put your questions to the people in charge.
If you want to know how YOU will be affected when the country goes to the polls in May, watch again below.
Thousands of brownfield planning applications are rejected for no good reason and yet they want to build with in the green belt #itvhousing
#itvhousing how is a person on minimum wage supposed to afford a room at £650 a month? rents are out of control and unaffordable!
#itvhousing Why do you not discuss the dramatic increase of the population in London? This is not a new problem
#itvhousing why the age limit of 40 for 20% reduction off new builds? There is a generation of Londoners above this age wanting to buy.
'Let me finish' Cameron on #ITVhousing just will not listen! New property IS TOO EXPENSIVE for Londoners to buy, Mr Cameron
#itvhousing Same old argument about the lack of affordable housing in London. Enough with the talking and start building!!
#itvhousing building more homes in London only adds more pressure on communities. You can't cram people into spaces that are not there!
#itvhousing Capping private rents would help more people than right to buy. A lot of people pay more in rent than they would on a mortgage!
#itvhousing The right to buy will not help most people living in social housing as they still could not afford to buy even after discount.
Tonight, we're holding a special programme on housing.
You told us it was one of your top priorities in deciding who to vote for in this year's General Election.
We'll hear from experts what needs to be done and hold politicians to account on their policies.
Join in on Twitter from 6pm using #itvhousing.
Wherever you go in London during this election campaign housing is a big issue. Spiralling prices and unaffordable rents mean there are votes to be won for anyone who has a real solution.
For the last of our 10 constituencies to watch, we went to Battersea where a huge amount of building is taking place. In 2010 the Tories won the seat from Labour - with almost half the vote. So how will the housing crisis affect how voting goes this time?