Twice a year the Mayor and the 25 London Assembly Members travel to a different part of the capital to answer live questions from Londoners. This evening event is called People’s Question Time, or ‘PQT’ for short. Anyone living in London is invited.
The sight of Boris Johnson and David Cameron cheering a victorious Zac Goldsmith would cause many MPs to become increasingly concerned about their own electoral prospects under Corbyn’s leadership.
What’s stopping people – both as individuals and through community groups – from going ahead and producing their own electricity from London’s often unused rooftops?
Robin Wilkinson, Director of People and Change at the Metropolitan Police Service responds to Home Secretary Theresa May’s calls for police forces to increase the diversity of their ranks.
We conducted the first survey of London rail users about devolution, and found that 68% of them supported the idea of TfL managing their train service. Such a strong endorsement of devolution from passengers and other key stakeholders should be very difficult for the Government to ignore.
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.