On 6 May, Londoners will vote for the next Mayor of London and 25 London Assembly Members.

Members of the London Child Poverty Alliance (LCPA) have published a shared manifesto which calls on the London mayoral candidates to commit to key actions that will have a significant and lasting impact on rates of child poverty in the capital.

The manifesto calls for action in four key areas: income, hunger, housing and inequalities.

Take a look at the full manifesto here.

We hope this manifesto will encourage those running for Mayor and to be members of the London Assembly to put a commitment to end child poverty and protect the rights of all the city’s children at their heart of their plans to help London recover from the pandemic.

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