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The Green Party's mayoral candidate Jenny Jones has called for a third of London's Tube stations to be made accessible for the disabled. She visited Stockwell station with Samuel Bentley who is unable to use it because he is in a wheelchair.
The Labour mayoral candidate says he wants control over the NHS, housing and the benefits system in the capital. Ken Livingstone wants the kind on control that the mayor of New York has. Simon Harris reports.
The Green Party's mayoral candidate Jenny Jones has said she wants to make a third of the Tube network step-free by 2018. She claims that too many stations are inaccessible for the disabled. She described it as "transport apartheid”.
Prominent members of London's Jewish community have written to Ed Miliband expressing their concerns after the Labour mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone is alleged to have said the rich Jewish community would not vote for him. Today, Mr Livingstone said he had "absolutely not" made the comment.
Boris Johnson discusses the plans he has been debating with the Treasury to improve the rail system.
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Ken Livingstone has accused Boris Johnson of not doing enough to protect pensioners.