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Sunday, April 14, 2024

Unveiling the Contenders: Meet the official candidates vying for the role of London’s next Mayor

 

The race to become the next Mayor of London is well underway, and the official, ‘Statement of Persons Nominated’ has been published. It encompasses everyone from independent candidates to those affiliated with both small and large political parties.

With the election being hotly contested, and many different candidates putting forward their takes on key issues, such as the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ), knife crime and housing, it will certainly be interesting to see who wins.

In the coming weeks, The Asian Standard will be publishing profiles, holding the candidates to account on their policies and political viewpoints, and detailing their own vision for the future of London if elected.

The election is due to be held on 2 May 2024.

 

Their details are:

NAME:                                                                         DESCRIPTION:

Femy Amin                                                                  Animal Welfare Party

Count Binface:                                                       Count Binface for Mayor of London

Rob Blackie                                                                 Liberal democrat

Natalie Denise Campbell                                               Independent

Howard Cox                                                                 Reform UK

Zoe Garbett                                                                 The Green Party

Tarun Ghulati                                                               Independent

Susan Mary Hall                                                          The Conservative Party

Sadiq Khan                                                                 Labour Party

Andreas Christoffi Michli                                               Independent

Brain Benedict Rose                                                    London Real Party

Nick Scanlon                                                              Britain First

Amy Gallagher                                                            Social Democratic Party

 

 

 

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