Special thanks to Ken Livingstone for doing this interview and talking on a whole of issues including his time as the leader of GLC, London mayor and in what ways Labour could be an alternative to the Tories. He has been a controversial year over the past four decades that he has been involved in British Politics.
Margaret Thatcher famously abolished the GLC (Greater London City) in 1986. However, it did not prevent him to pursue a remarkable career and holding the office of the first London Mayor in 2000. Recently, he has been suspended for another year to stand either in Parliament or Council as Labour candidate.
Ken Livingstone lives in North London whereby he welcomed us warmly to conduct this interview which was his first major interview since his suspension last year.
By Editorial Team of Casual Politics
Photograph: Andrew Tift / National Gallery Museum