There's less than three weeks of electioneering to go. If you're exhausted keeping up, here's what's been going on.
They said what?
Zac Goldsmith learned a big lesson this week: always check your own house is in order before slagging off your opponent. At a debate, Goldsmith accused Sadiq Khan of poor judgement because of the Labour man's support against Babar Ahmad's extradition to the US, and also for sharing a platform with imam Suliman Gani, whom Goldsmith described as "repellent". Footage later emerged of Goldsmith speaking up for Ahmad in 2012 and posing for a selfie with Gani. Oops.
Still, at least this coded dogwhistling allowed Khan — or someone in his campaign — to demonstrate his sense of humour.
Sian Berry was stricken with a nasty cold this week, but recovered enough to announce policies about small businesses and a Bank for London. Zac was also out announcing policies for business and jobs this week.
Caroline Pidgeon wants to put free wifi on all London's buses, trams and at bus stops, which would be paid for by sponsorship like on the tube. Sounds good to us.
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Elsewhere on Londonist
We got a cartoonist to spoof the frontrunners, we put all those claims about how much it would cost to freeze fares through the bullshitometer, remembered we're also electing the London Assembly on 5 May and watched the party election broadcasts while making sarcastic comments.