During this year's General Election campaign, we've been asking high-profile Londoners what they would do if they were Prime Minister.Read the full story ›
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Green Party leader Natalie Bennett has had to pull out of her party's housing policy campaign launch after losing her voice.
Ms Bennett - who had been due to set out her party's plans to control rents during a visit to a south London housing estate - was said to be "resting" ahead of her battle bus launch tomorrow.
Too many conversations with voters mean I have lost my voice -apologies to #cressinghamgardens residents that I won't be able to visit today
Earlier she dismissed suggestions that Labour had stole their thunder, dismissing their proposals as a "watered down" version of what the Greens are offering.
We need to move away from thinking of homes primarily as financial assets and go back to thinking they are safe places for people to live.
A date has been set for the re-run of last year's Tower Hamlets mayoral election, following the sacking of Lutfur Rahman for corruption. The Metropolitan Police has been accused of turning a blind eye to electoral fraud, being afraid they would be considered racist. Watch our political correspondent Simon Harris's roundup of the day's events.
Boris Johnson has insisted his sex appeal will not prove pivotal in swinging the election in the Tories' favour.
Speaking to party supporters and workers at Lynch Plant Hire & Haulage in Stanmore, north west London, he was told that a survey had found he was the politician most married women would like a fling with - and asked if he would use this tactic to woo voters.
To laughter among the audience, he replied: "I don't think it's going to be the fulcrum on which this election is going to turn."
A Conservative councillor calls for Home Office inquiry into alleged police failings in Tower Hamlets corruption scandalRead the full story ›
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone, a long-time supporter of Lutfur Rahman has criticised the Election Commissioner's decision to throw the Tower Hamlets Mayor out of office.
Speaking to LBC radio Mr Livingstone said, "If he broke a law why haven't the police arrested and charged him?"
Of the Election Commissioner Richard Mawrey he commented, "[He is an] unelected bureaucrat overturning the result of an election. I think this is very, very worrying.
"If he's done something wrong have him arrested. Put him on trial. I hope Lutfur will appeal because in all my dealings with him I've never seen anything dodgy."
Today a judge ruled Mr Rahman had 'ignored or flouted laws'.Read the full story ›
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