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When Ken Livingstone visits Great George Street next Thursday evening, he won't know if Labour's National Executive Committee will make him official candidate for mayor of London. But he's crystal clear about the capital's traffic, what he intends to do if elected, and why he sees cutting congestion and pollution as vital.