Unfortunately it has not been possible to collect and verify the 330 nomination signatures required to appear on the ballot paper as a Mayoral candidate.
Thank you to all my supporters for your help and guidance. It has been a pleasure to meet and engage with so many intelligent, enlightened campaigners and Londoners.
I stand by my policies for London 2016-2020 and will continue to campaign via my website banprivatecarsinlondon.com
I hope whoever succeeds as London Mayor will honour their duty of care to all Londoners, including children who make up nearly 25% of the population of the city. Cutting air pollution and safeguarding the freedom to roam safely by foot or on a bicycle, must be at the heart of a liveable city.
The next four years will be crucial in holding back global warming. Making a commitment to prioritise the transition to a sustainable city is paramount for a Mayoral legacy to future generations of this city and the wider global community.
Thanks for letting us know Rosalind, I hope this doesn’t dishearten you from campaigning for such an important cause. Any thoughts or recommendations on preferential voting options for those on the London ballot paper? Your analysis of the candidate’s policies would be welcome.
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Least my cars won’t be banned now :Yaaay