I'll be interviewing Steve Norris for an hour from 9pm tonight on 18 Doughty Street. Join us live in the programme on MSN firstname.lastname@example.org
or email the same address. Or you can leave your questions on this thread and I'll put them to Steve.
If you (Steve Norris) do run for Mayor of London again what will you do to counter the growing gang culture in the city?
Given that the biggest real job within the mayoralty is running TfL, is Steve's previous connection with Jarvis a vulnerabilty that Livingston/Crow will focus on?
Sorry Iain a very obvious question from someone outside the M25.
What attributes does the conservative candidate need to take on Ken Livingston, and does Steve think that London is ready for a conservative Mayor yet?
Despite some unpopular decisions will Ken win again because Londoners will stick with the devil they know rather than an untried newcomer?
London is perceived as being more dangerous than New York - what can you do to make it safer ??
In your capacity as the head of the Conservative policy group looking at aviation and the environment, what evidence is there that green taxes have influenced, or would influence, airlines' environmental performance?
Will you continue to help poorer people with the costs of public transport ? Will you continue to make use of subsidised Venezuelan oil to run the buses of London ?
Victoria Borwick is pledging to dump the Congestion Charge - Do you think this is a good idea ?
Or would you think it better only promising to stick with the original size of the CC zone and reduce the price to £5 a day ??
Surely it is better for trucks and other delivery drivers if cars are kept away from central London ??
If you run again, what, if anything, would you do differently from the two previous campaigns. And how would you get more Lib Dems to give us their 2nd preference vote?
Mr. Norris: your campaign seems to have the momentum of a runaway freight train. Why are you so popular?
Mr Norris, your are a serial loser, even including a situation where the Labour vote was split between official (Dobbo) and unofficial (Ken) candidates. You've been firmly rejected by the electorate twice.
What give you the idea that you are ever going to be a winner?
Why do you keep blocking the way for other more attractive candidates?
Couple of bloody used car dealers having a cosy fireside chat. Can't think of anything more boring.
Ken has latched on to the Congestion Charge as a brilliant scheme to fleece his constituency, the Londoners themselves, with impunity.
Gordon forced PFI on Ken as a way of deceptively cloaking loans - secret and ill-advised government borrowing from increasingly gleeful private consortia, to whom the public sector will be in hock for generations.
Out of Gordon and Ken, who do you think is the bigger crook? Do you have any means, likely to succeed in law, to punish or countermand them?
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