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Garvin Barwell says there should be a cap on the amount of money people have to contribute to any care costs however he couldn't say what that cap will be.
UKIP would put £1.2bn purely into social care, says Peter Whittle, while Sian Berry says care should be taxed according to the wealth of the person who will inherit any property, rather than the person who needs the care.
Diane Abbott says tax will be raised on those earning £80,000 or more to pay for social care while Vince Cable says his party would charge an extra penny in every pound to go towards paying for the NHS and social care.
Vince Cable says taking Britain out of the single market is particularly damaging to London and that many businesses are set to leave the city while Peter Whittle disagrees, saying there is no such thing as a hard or soft Brexit, but that there is just Brexit and it's becoming "project fear".
Gavin Barswell says it's important to address the issues which led people to vote leave while preserving what people who voted remain liked about the European Union.
More than a million EU nationals that live in London "should not be used as a bargaining chip in the negotiations", says Diane Abbott. A stance Sian Berry agrees with while adding that more should have been achieved by now in the negotiations.
Garvin Barwell, the current housing minister, says the problem of expensive house prices has been brewing for the last 30 years and that both parties - Labour and Conservatives - have failed to build enough homes.
He accepts the Tories hadn't built enough homes while they were in power - in London, "the figures are up, but they're not good enough".
Vince Cable says the private sector cannot be relied on to build homes and that councils have to build more homes to buy and rent.
Dianne Abbott says people shouldn't be able to buy from overseas and then leave the properties empty so the government should work with developers to prevent this, while Sian Berry says councils should focus on social rented flats and that brownfield sites should be used.
Diane Abbott says Labour will recruit 10,000 more police officers, but she can't say how many of those would go to London while Garvin Barwell says the Conservatives will protect the policing budget and are putting extra officers into MI5.
Vince Cable, for the Lib Dems, says the sharing of intelligence with Europe is important and must continue, while UKIP's Peter Whittle says Brexit wouldn't have any impact on this and intelligence information was always shared..
Sian Berry for the Green Party says community policing is vital in the fight against terror.
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Peter Whittle is the deputy leader of the UK Independence Party and leader of the UKIP Group on the London Assembly.
He grew up in Shooters Hill, south east London, and had a 15-year career in the media, as aTV producer and director of factual programmes in the UK and the USA.
He stood for Parliament in the 2015 general election in Eltham, coming third with 15% of the vote.
In September 2015 he was selected as UKIP's candidate for Mayor of London.
Vince Cable was MP for Twickenham for 18 years when he lost his seat in the 2015 general election.
He is contesting the seat once again for the Liberal Democrats on 8 June.
He was formerly Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and was deputy leader of the party between 2006 and 2010.
Sian Berry is the Green party group leader on the London Assembly, Camden Councillor and prospective parliamentary candidate for Holborn and St Pancras.
She twice unsuccessfully ran for Mayor of London, coming third in 2016 behind Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith.
Gavin Barwell is the prospective parliamentary candidate for Croydon Central after first being elected to that seat in 2010.
He was appointed Minister of State for Housing, Planning and Minister for London in July 2016.
Diane Abbott is the parliamentary candidate for Hackney North and Stoke Newington - a seat she has represented since 1987.
She is currently Shadow Home Secretary and has previously been Shadow Secretary of State for International Development, Shadow Minister for Public Health and Shadow Secretary of State for Health.
BBC News, London
Good evening and welcome to our live coverage of the BBC London election 2017 debate recorded earlier this evening at studios on the South Bank.
It is being broadcast at 22:45 on BBC One and features five London politicians from across the political divide answering Londoners' questions.
The panel consists of (in alphabetical order):
We'd love to hear you views on what the panel is saying and pledging. Use #GE2017London on Twitter and we'll try to publish some of your reaction here during the debate.
Firstly, let's find out a bit more about the panel with these mini biographies.