Our core policies to make London great again:
Crime and Policing - Zero-tolerance on anti-social behaviour
The Economy - Reduce taxation
Transport - Oppose automation of Underground services
The Environment - Improve existing recycling facilities across the city
Housing - Provide extra housing Londonwide
Immigration - By supporting us, we step closer to the day when we are able to control our borders
London Businesses - All GLA contracts should be awarded to London businesses
Commonsense funding - All Londoners, regardless of ethnic background, should benefit from public projects
Below is a video, featuring our very own London Mayoral Candidate, Carlos Cortiglia, on the BBC News.
Carlos is one of seven candidates in the race to become the next London Mayor; The parties standing are as follows: BNP, Labour, Conservatives, Lib Dems, UKIP, Greens and an Independant.
By Jennifer Matthys - "Many of these young girls are as young as 11."..."They (the White girls) cost as little as a takeaway kebab and chips"
"This grooming can go on for over a year before any sexual abuse happens...the girls are often befriended by teenage Pakistani boys only a few years older...before slowly introducing them to their 'friends' - grown men in their 30s...who then start the rape 'process'"
By London Mayoral candidate and London Press Officer, Carlos Cortiglia.
On Saturday, December 3rd, 2011, BBC News interviewed most of the candidates taking part in a by-Election in Feltham and Heston. The Conservative Candidate, the Labour Candidate, the Liberal Democrat candidate and the UKIP Candidate were interviewed and given the opportunity of saying what their political parties stand for.
Despite the fact that the British National Party defeated UKIP in the previous election, the British National Party Candidate Dave Furness was not interviewed.