If WikiTribune were able to interview Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London, what questions would you like to see answered?
- Does London have anything to teach American cities about inclusiveness and diversity?
- How can the news media do a better job of bridging the urban rural political divide?
- How have news outlets (BBC and other) served the people of the UK recently, and how have they worked against their best interests?
- How do you feel we get the Information Age back on track in the era of such disinformation?
- Are you actively trying to influence real estate developments in London? You made a declaration with Barcelona’s mayor titled ‘City properties should be homes for people first – not investments’ and yet recently we see the design of the Tulip Tower erecting in London skyline.
- How are you (Sadiq Khan) supporting the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) to rid London of knife crime?
- London has reduced its carbon emissions by 39 percent since 2000. Meanwhile, many of the world’s major cities have increased emissions. How can London be a leader and help the rest of the world’s cities to reduce emissions?
- London still has illegally high levels of Nitrogen Dioxide, what are you doing to further reduce emissions in the city?
- The Second May ministry is falling apart at the seams, with Work and Pensions Secretary Esther McVey and Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigning last week over flagging Brexit negotiations. The leader of your party has called the prime minister’s deal “26 pages of waffle,” despite resisting pressure to force a second referendum. Do you support another vote? Furthermore, how can Greater London stay afloat and remain a formidable site for international investment following a “hard” Brexit?