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Siobhan Benita, candidate for Mayor of London, promises to address street harassment

In News stories, street harassment | on 04.18.12 | by | Comments ( 1 )

Siobhan Benita is an Independent candidate for Mayor of London and like Labour candidate Ken Livingstone, she promises in her campaign platform to “tackle the harassment of women and girls in public spaces in London and on our transport system” (page 14).

It’s great to see multiple candidates treat this as the serious issue it is. Elections are May 3. Best of luck, Siobhan!

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04.18.12

As a resident of London, I will be voting for Siobhan Benita because she is an Independent, I only just decided to visit this site after having known of this place for a year now.

I am twenty three years old, and this will be my first time voting for Mayor.

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