What are your questions for Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone?

April 2, 2012 by  

Ken Livingstone campaigning in Woolwich
Photo by Andrew Parsons/ i-Images Photo by Greenwich.co.uk

CURRENT London mayor, Boris Johnson, and former mayor, Ken Livingstone, both want your vote in the London mayoral elections on May 3rd.

The Conservative and Labour candidates have agreed to answer questions from Greenwich.co.uk readers.

If you have a question for either candidate, please email it to news@greenwich.co.uk or post it in the comments below and a selection will be answered by the men who want London's top job.

You can also tweet questions to @greenwichcouk or post them on our Facebook wall.

Please don't forget to say if your question is for Boris, Ken or both.

The deadline for questions to be received by is Wednesday 4th April, 5pm.

Also, don't miss the article that Lib Dem candidate Brian Paddick recently wrote for Greenwich.co.uk and we hope to have one soon from Green candidate, Jenny Jones.

Comments

4 Responses to “What are your questions for Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone?”

  1. Jerry Murdock on April 2nd, 2012 11:59 am

    As a bus enthusiast what are you going to do with the fleet of the New Bus for London? Are you going to have plans to expand to the other routes? But i really like that bus because of the hop on and hop on platform which make journeys efficient?

  2. Paul Webbewood on April 2nd, 2012 12:37 pm

    To both

    1) It has been reported recently that over 200 Metropolitan Police detectives will be investigating phone hacking next year, the equivalent of eight murder squads. Do you think this is a sensible use of police resources?

    2) Last year Green Party Mayoral candidate Jenny Jones was reported as saying that it was “ludicrous” for the Metropolitan Police to assist the parents of Madeleine McCann in the search for their daughter. Would the candidates agree with me that this was a crass and insensitive remark and that it is perfectly proper for the British Police to be involved in this case?

  3. Alvin Dayman on April 3rd, 2012 10:24 am

    Could Boris please tell me if crime is down in London why my insurance premiums have more than double in 2 years. All insurance companies have told me the reason it’s more expensive is because of crime. Plain and simple.

  4. Pedro on April 3rd, 2012 7:00 pm

    Dear Boris,

    Why is my train service noticeably poorer; but fares have shot up?

    Why are supposedly high taxes a disincentive to employment, but high public transport costs are not?

    And why are you encouraging more car use, and more pollution for people in the poorer part of the borough, with another tunnel?