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Send us your questions now for London mayoral candidates – we’ll get them answered

PUBLISHED: 14:08 02 March 2016 | UPDATED: 14:08 02 March 2016

Mayoral candidates including (L-R) Lib Dem Caroline Pidgeon, the Green Party's Sian Berry, Tory Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan of the Labour Party will be taking part in our online hustings (Pictures; PA)

Mayoral candidates including (L-R) Lib Dem Caroline Pidgeon, the Green Party's Sian Berry, Tory Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan of the Labour Party will be taking part in our online hustings (Pictures; PA)

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Just five days remain before the Advertiser puts your questions to London’s mayoral hopefuls in its online hustings.

There’s still time to tell us what you want them to answer – be it questions about crime, housing, transport, development, or anything else.

It’s your best opportunity to get up to speed on the candidates’ priorities ahead of the elections on May 5.

Frontrunners Sadiq Khan MP (Labour) and Zac Goldsmith MP (Conservative) will be joined by Cllr Sian Berry (Green), Caroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrat) and Sophie Walker (Women’s Equality Party).

George Galloway (Respect) and Peter Whittle (Ukip) will complete the line-up.

To take part, simply email your questions to Advertiser editor Ramzy Alwakeel on ramzy.alwakeel@archant.co.uk with the subject line “Mayoral hustings” or visit our Twitter or Facebook pages.

Busy that night? Don’t worry – all the hotly-contested details from the night will appear in next week’s paper.

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