London mayor: Mike Tuffrey's bid to be Lib Dem candidate

A former leader of the Liberal Democrats in the London Assembly explained why he was going up against Lembit Opik for the party's nomination to stand in the capital's mayoral race.

Mike Tuffrey criticised the actions of records of current mayor Boris Johnson and predecessor Ken Livingstone, who are both standing again in the 2012 race.

Simon Hughes MP, the best-performing Lib Dem candidate in previous mayoral elections, gives his view on how the party should pick its next candidate.

The Politics Show looked at contest to be the Liberal Democrat candidate where Lembit Opik had been the front runner.

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