Audio: Ken Livingstone on fares, campaigning and GLA funding

We spoke to Ken Livingstone, Labour’s Mayoral candidate in the 2012 Greater London Authority elections, during a campaign visit to Croydon about his record on fare increases, Government funding for London and his timetable for announcing new policies.

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  1. tomdickandharry says

    CRW – probably, they seemed quite coherent and plausible.

    I thought it was a very good interview, with the interviewer asking some substantive questions and probing the right amount; and the interviewee actually answering the questions directly.