Writing in the Evening Standard, the Tooting MP says the party would increase the amounts of money available both to City Hall and London’s local authorities.
2012 London Election
News and coverage of the 2012 elections for Mayor of London and the London Assembly (The Greater London Authority).
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The Green party have proclaimed themselves London’s third biggest party following last night’s dramatic City Hall elections. The party, which has been represented on the London Assembly since 2000, says it has now overtaken the Liberal Democrats in the capital. In the Mayoral election Green candidate Jenny Jones received 98,913 votes compared to 91,774 for […]
Last September, long after the other main City Hall parties had picked theirs, London’s Liberal Democrats finally selected a candidate for Mayor. After several rounds of voting former Met Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Brian Paddick beat Mike Tuffrey by just 91 votes. At the time people I spoke to claimed they’d voted for Paddick because […]
The Conservative party last night lost two of its longest-serving London Assembly members as Labour became the biggest group on the body. Boris Johnson’s Deputy Mayor Richard Barnes lost Ealing & Hillingdon to Labour’s Onkar Sahota by just over 3,100 votes. Controversial Barnet and Camden AM Brian Coleman, who also serves as Chair of the […]