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Meet me in person – March 1st – 9am

A great opportunity to hear from other candidates too. Event: Where Do We Go From Here? A reverse mayoral husting event; hear what London’s changemakers want ahead of the local elections on Thursday 2nd May. Venue: The Conduit Club, 6 Langley St, London WC2H 9JA In this election special, we’ll hear from six changemakers leading […]

Another Manifesto Interlude.

Why? An inside look at what the current Mayor is asking Labour supporters for. I am trying my best to stay in the positivity, no-shade lane…but…this was sent to me this morning by a disgruntled supporter of the current Mayor. Their key points: What did he email to all London Labour supporters? Why did they […]

A brief Manifesto interlude to say…WTF.

Would a good Mayor spend £6m on a PR stunt? Like many of you this week, I have been discussing how hard it is to know what Overground line I am on because, well, they are all orange. It’s too hard to navigate, just like the Northern Line – with its many branches that are […]

330 nominations = making it onto the ballot.

I’ll keep this one short and sweet. To secure a place on the ballot I need 330 signatures from supporters across London. This breaks down to 10 signatures from each of the 32 boroughs and the City of London Corporation. Now, they haven’t made this easy. Firstly, it is a paper form that requires a real signature AND your electoral roll number. […]

Good Homes and Happy Neighbourhoods

Dear London, My name is Natalie Campbell and I am inviting you, to vote for me, to be your next Mayor of London. This is my manifesto for change. London can live up to its promise of being the greatest city in the world – one that people want to call home – but it […]

Are we a joke?

The Mayor and the London Assembly are having a laugh at our expense. Natalie attended the first Mayor’s Question Time of 2024, she didn’t expect it to be good but she didn’t expect it to be as bad as it was. So what happened? The current Mayor sent the budget for London in the middle […]

The time is now…

92 days ago, Natalie Campbell launched her campaign to be your next Mayor of London. Like all of us, she could see that we were slowly sleepwalking into another election crisis where we believe we have to choose between lesser evils. But we do not. It does not need to be this way. It takes […]