Jenny Jones argues new scrutiny arrangements amount to single party influence and could cost the Met the public’s support.
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Using the police’s entire workforce efficiency is more important than officer numbers.
London Assembly member Jenny Jones says London’s new police scrutiny arrangements are hampering the support she can give constituents.
Missile launchers on a council tower block, a 1,500 seat McDonalds and security conscious staff handing out plastic bags to any visitor who has a liquid, are not the kind of things I associate with being green. However, the Games are such a mix of environmental upsides and downsides that I can’t claim to have […]
As the Mayoral election race gathers pace, some big changes are afoot in the housing department in City Hall that could have big implications for Londoners in the coming four years. Stories about London’s housing often refer to it being in crisis: the average London house price is over £420,000, the average monthly rent for […]