Boris’s decision to buy three water cannon for the Met is based on a poll which reveals large numbers of respondents know nothing about the topic while he and the force disagree about who has the final say over their use.
Of 12 Met Police properties sold since April, just two went for under £1m while four each brought in between £3.2m and £3.4m. Could MOPAC’s detractors find themselves saying sorry?
Whenever over the past few years I’ve grumbled about the difficulty of getting hold of some piece of information or other, there’s come an immediate and predictable rant from his critics that this is yet more evidence of poor behaviour by Boris and his team. But in truth calls for greater Mayoral transparency are as […]
TfL would like a round of applause for “proactively” publishing the expenses claims of its Chief officers.
Let’s applaud the entrepreneurial spirit of Team Boris which has managed to hire out a bouncy castle for £56,000
Complaints about MOPACs response times are now heading to the Information Commissioner.
If someone is going to make money from a new office block’s proximity to a Tube station, that someone should be the London taxpayer.