The Left List campaign for Lindsey German for London mayor is set to receive a major publicity boost.
The London mayoral candidates' booklet, which contains two pages on the Left List, is set to go to every household in London in the next week.
Meanwhile the Left List TV broadcast will air for the first time in London on Tuesday 22 April at 6.55pm on BBC1. It will also be broadcast on other channels.
The BBC last week reported on the launch of the Left List manifesto for London, which focuses on the gap between rich and poor in London.
It describes the housing crisis and proposes an emergency programme of building council housing.
It says no to privatisation and states that transport, health and education should be publicly owned since they are paid for by taxpayers and are basic services that all Londoners need.
To get involved in the campaign, or to watch the BBC's coverage of Lindsey German launching the manifesto, follow the links at » www.lindsey4london.org
For more coverage of the election campaigns, see » Lindsey German stands up for civil rights in London