Jenny Jones

Having spent the last 16 weeks on the campaign trail where I have watched the dominant BorKen show up close, I'm more sure than ever that we need new voices in UK politics and much more diversity of public leaders. We need politicians who are in touch, more willing to listen, less egotistical and not stifled by inflexible party lines. We need more women, more ethnic minorities and more people with different life and professional experiences. I hope that many of you choose to give your first vote to me.
I love cycling, yes even in London... I grew up in Germany and I rode my first two-wheeler bike without stabilisers before my third birthday. The main reason I started cycling in London was because I kept running out of money for the bus.
The police's investigation into phone hacking is "too large" and should be "pretty low on the agenda", according to Jenny
Tomorrow us Londoners have to choose who will be our Mayor for the next four years. As a green I wish Jenny Jones was heading for a huge victory but I am realistic and know that a strong vote for green candidates in the London assembly is probably the best we can hope for this time around.
As we in London go to the polls on 3 May, we have to decide on the best option for London for the next 4 years. It's a difficult choice and you have to decide what you think is the priority for London.
Boris Johnson is cruising to victory in the London mayoral election, according to a poll published on Tuesday. A survey carried
In central London pollution levels are on the rise, more than twice the number of people killed each year in road traffic accidents are killed by pollution from cars. Do we want a London where we breathe in harmful gases as a matter of course everyday?
Londoners who are still wondering which way to vote in the mayoral elections next week can at least enjoy an insightful tipple
The Voice coach will.i.am risks a rap on the knuckles from TV bosses after he offered to work with one of the show's axed
The former head of the civil service has attacked the BBC and ITV for their "pathetic" decision to exclude independent candidates