As reported last week, the London Transport Museum has a new live theatre attraction which goes by the name of Project X. I went along on Saturday morning to join the very first public performance. Here are a few thoughts about what I think will prove to be a ‘must see’ addition to one of […]
“There are also risks to TfL’s reputation if the branding of public assets is deemed to be excessive, from choosing inappropriate sponsors, or if sponsors suffer major reputational damage.” So warned the London Assembly in it’s February 2012 report Whose brand is it anyway? – An Examination of TfL’s Sponsorship Policy. Assembly Members reported that […]
Assembly Members could make powerful allies for Stephen Greenhalgh and Boris Johnson as they force through the needed changes.
Last week’s claims that Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe was too busy to appear before the Assembly seem to support my past suggestion (2mins 15 seconds) that London has police scrutiny by consent. There has been a lot of criticism of Boris’s policing deputy Stephen Greenhalgh, but I remain convinced that Hogan-Howe deserves more criticism than […]
Today’s no-show by Met Commissioner Bernard Hogan-Howe visibly annoyed the London Assembly’s Police and Crime Committee – see the video here. That annoyance was a good example of how seriously all four parties around the Assembly chamber take public scrutiny and transparency, especially when it comes to the issue of policing. Stephen Greenhalgh was entitled […]