Media blackouts and an absence of meetings during local and national elections means Boris Johnson, Transport for London and the Met Police are being let off the hook.
Transport for London’s Alcohol at Work Policy says drinking booze can “will adversely affect safety, performance, conduct or efficiency” so why do its top managers spend so much taxpayer cash on fine wines?
The Sunday Times reports the Tories are lining up former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg to replace Boris at London’s City Hall.
Like all local authorities, City Hall is having to be careful about the information it puts out during the General Election period to avoid accidentally influencing anyone’s votes. But the way the rules are being enforced has drawn ire from some London Assembly members who complain that their work in holding the Mayor to account is now being hidden.