Caroline talked to ITV News's Simon Harris about the importance of keeping our bus drivers and passengers safe during the coronavirus crisis.
Welcome further measures are being introduced to ensure that our brave and dedicated bus drivers are as safe as possible whilst carrying out their essential roles, but there is still more that can and must be done.
For many people home can be a place of danger, rather than a place of safety. At Mayor's Question Time, Caroline asked the Mayor how we can ensure support for those suffering domestic violence and abuse during this difficult time, where lots of people are having to spend more time at home.
People’s Question Time in Wandsworth was a full house, with ordinary Londoners getting the chance to question the Mayor, and assembly members including Caroline.
On the BBC's Politics London, Caroline Pidgeon highlighted the plight of residents of buildings which still have unsafe flammable cladding, over two years after the tragedy at Grenfell Tower.
On the BBC's London Politics, Caroline discussed her concerns about the police's use of stop and search, and the government's plans to increase it.
On the BBC's Politics London programme, Caroline Pidgeon explained the damage the government's proposed immigration restrictions will do to London.
As the Court of Appeal ruled that the plan for a third runway at Heathrow is unlawful and breaches the Government's obligations to fight climate change, Caroline Pidgeon said:
In the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee, Caroline questioned the Met Police Commissioner and the Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime about the use of live facial recognition technology on London's streets.
A recent poll by Regional and Business Airports Group highlighted that 68% of neighbouring residents were not aware that the RAF Northolt military airfield was reopening for commercial use.