Worryingly, official figures also show that 348,000 London households – roughly one in nine – suffer from fuel poverty.
Tackling inequality, underrepresentation and discrimination in the workplace is something Sadiq Khan clearly takes very seriously – his own top team contains more women members than those of his predecessors and his new TfL board is a welcome departure from the ‘pale and male’ approach taken under Boris.
As one those people who’ve been posing questions to City Hall on this issue in recent days, I can tell you that Khan wasn’t the only person in the building who was under-briefed.
As a society we are facing a mental health crisis. Years of under-investment in services is now catching up with us. Every week it seems there is another article in the news, another survey published, more statistics released, seeking to put a number on our anxiety and misery. As a GP, I hear the message […]
Not only does the bank pay £6.25m per year for naming rights, it also committed to providing £1m per year to be used to promote the scheme and help boost take-up.