On polling day, join the Progress team out and about across London campaigning to ensure Sadiq Khan is elected mayor.
Sadiq has pledged to be a ‘mayor for all Londoners’ and in conversation with Progress director Richard Angell and Progress deputy editor Adam Harrison remarked that he would be ‘London’s shop steward’ willing to stand up to the government and even, if it came to it, the Labour leadership to get the best deal for London. While Zac Goldsmith’s campaign has stooped to dogwhistling, Sadiq’s campaign has stayed positive, setting out an inclusive, positive, forward-looking vision for the capital.
Progress supports Sadiq Khan
Progress has been with Sadiq Khan every step of the way – see our campaigning below.
— ProgressOnline (@ProgressOnline) May 4, 2016
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Join Progress on the doorstep
Progress staff are out across London for Sadiq Khan. Come and join us.
Havering and Redbridge – Ivana Bartoletti
Meet at 8 Latchett Road, London, E18 1DJ
Morning: Lambeth and Southwark – Florence Eshalomi
Meet at Crane House, Pelican Estate, SE15 5NF
Evening: Greenwich and Lewisham – Len Duvall
Meet at 7 Nightingale Grove, Lewisham, SE13 6EY
Adam Harrison – Deputy Editor, Progress
Barnet and Camden – Andrew Dismore
Meet at 21 Downing Court, Grenville Street, London, WC1N 1LX
Croydon and Sutton – Marina Ahmad
Meet at 44 Denning Avenue, Croydon, London, CR0 4DF
Havering and Redbridge – Ivana Bartoletti Meet at 267 Aldborough Road South, Ilford, London, IG3 8JB
Merton and Wandsworth – Leonie Cooper
Meet at 11 Graham Road, Mitcham, Greater London CR4 2HB
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