Laurence Fox failed to show up for a debate with Youtuber Max Fosh in the race for the London mayor elections today.
The 26-year-old waited for Fox in front of the Reclaim Party headquarters with two lecterns after challenging him for a debate yesterday.
Fosh has argued they are both polling one per cent – as does Count Binface.
Last month, Fox told Sadiq Khan to not be a “coward” and debate with him, after Mr Khan said he would not engage with politicians “on the extreme far right”.
In a video, Fox has suggested debating policies with Youtuber Max Fosh, but Fosh said he’s had no luck in speaking to him since then, despite consistent efforts.
He told The London Economic: “Each time I have not got a response.
“A man who is very vocal about the freedom of having conversation with everyone, you would think he would want to talk to ol’ Maxi”.
He added: “Debates are a great way for candidates to discuss their policies and their difference of opinions”.
Fosh said he has no idea what Fox’s policies are: “I want to hear them from his mouth, that’s why I want a debate.”
Fosh thinks his own policies are “good”, and “all Londoners could get behind them”.
If elected mayor, he would give professor Chris Whitty a clicker so that he doesn’t have to say ‘next slide please’ anymore in government press briefings.