I've been contacted by the GLA People's Question Time people.
Here's the skinny for anyone interested in London-wide politics:
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From: PeoplesQuestions
To: PeoplesQuestions
Sent: 07 February 2005 16:55
Subject: People's Question Time


People's Question Time

Tuesday 1 March 2005, 7 to 9pm
The Great Hall, Goldsmiths College, New Cross, London SE14 6NW

The Mayor of London and the London Assembly work to improve life for Londoners and make London a better place. People's Question Time (PQT) is your chance to voice concerns and ask the Mayor and London Assembly Members what they are doing for the capital and its people.

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