Relations between black cab drivers and TfL have long been bad and it’d take more than removing Uber from London’s streets to change that.
The London Assembly has launched an investigation to examine the potential risks linked to the introduction of the Night Tube.
Labour Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has told his party’s conference that a “united” party can win back City Hall and “show that Labour can make a difference”.
Politics has changed dramatically in the last couple of months and some people who were successfully wooed by the Green Party could now be looking enthusiastically at Jeremy Corbyn.
Rumours abound that the government are about to shore-up Boris Johnson’s legacy by announcing a wide-ranging devolution deal, possibly including a formal role in London’s healthcare.
Too much tourism publicity is directed at central London tourist attractions at the expense of suburban museums and places of interest.
Sian Berry, the Green party candidate for Mayor, says Londoners want “a better, fairer, more equal society” in her speech to the party’s conference.
Little more than a week after both were selected, Labour Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has used an interview with the Sunday Mail to savage party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The letters B.I.D probably don’t mean anything to you. But to a large number of London communities they mean a great deal – which is why I want to tell you about Business Improvement Districts.
I know it can be ‘unsexy’ in some political circles to actually read and understand reports before commenting on or dismissing them but that is what Assembly Members were elected to do.
Now is the time for each candidate to say what they would do if they find themselves in City Hall and to seize the agenda before these problems bring London to a halt.
Boris has been far too quiet of late and it’s created room for political opponents, would-be successors and even disloyal officials to diminish his record, ignore his achievements and, in some cases, even bend the truth.