In the last of our articles to mark the tenth anniversary of the Greater London Authority, Deputy Mayor of London Richard Barnes talks to Martin Hoscik and Adam Bienkov about regime change at City Hall and what it’s like to “sit on the right hand of God”
The future of London governance is firmly on the agenda and the 10th anniversary should turn out to be the year when fundamental decisions are made about the future of London.
In February 2010, in the build up to the Greater London Authority’s 10th anniversary, Ken Livingstone, London’s first Mayor of London, spoke to Martin Hoscik and Adam Bienkov about ten years of London Government. In this second part of our interview Livingstone discusses successor Boris Johnson and the prospects of running as Labour’s Mayoral candidate […]
In this first of a two part interview Ken Livingstone recalls Labour’s selection of a Mayoral candidate for the 2000 elections, setting up a new system of Government, reforming the capital’s transport system and his memories of taking on Tony Blair.
The first ever Mayor’s Question Time session was held on May 24th 2000, on the 10th anniversary of the meeting we present an ‘on this day’ article looking back at the meeting from the perspective of the time.