Former Mayor of London Ken Livingstone appeared before the House of Commons Justice Committee last Tuesday (8th July) to give evidence in the Committee’s inquiry Devolution: A Decade On.
Also appearing was Tony Travers Director, Greater London Group at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
The pair answered questions from MPs on the powers of the Mayor and London Assembly and the relationship between the Greater London Authority and other tiers of Government.
During his evidence session Mr Livingstone said he thought serving on the Assembly would be the “primary” job of Assembly Members.
A video of the evidence session is available for another 3 weeks via the Parliamentlive.tv website.