Boris Johnson has been accused of “reckless naivety” after he removed clauses from a contract which would have ensured a developer buying a disused fire station in Southwark used the site for a new school.
Dame Tessa Jowell today committed herself to building thousands of new homes in which Londoners “feel safe and can put down roots” if she’s elected Mayor.
Although many are issued to spouses, partners and family members, Conservatives on the Assembly claim some passes are also issued to “lodgers and flatmates” because staff don’t have to provide evidence of a relationship with their chosen beneficiary.
Massow’s campaign website lists his priorities for “a fairer London” as “addressing the rising cost of living and vigorously championing the case for more businesses to pay the London Living Wage”.
Police have been given access to more than 1,000 CCTV cameras originally installed to help enforce London’s congestion charge in City Hall’s latest bid to crack down on crime. Until now, officers were required to make separate data requests every time they required information collected by Transport for London’s camera network.