When Boris ran for office in 2008, he opposed the closure of 40 ticket offices by his predecessor Ken Livingstone.
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Following the decision to close top-performing Sulivan Primary School last month, I wrote about serious questions that two leading councillors had to answer about potential conflicts of interest in closing Sulivan. One of the councillors has now responded.
Boris Johnson entered office in 2008 with a firm pledge to keep ticket offices open.
There are now 2,900 fewer police officers compared to 2010.
The Care Bill, and the notorious ‘hospital closure clause’ makes its way through the Committee Stage in parliament this week.
Two councillors involved in the decision to close Sulivan school have some serious questions to answer about personal interests.
Last year only half of London NHS Trusts were able to ensure 95 per cent of patients attending A&Es were treated within four hours.
John Denham is right about two things: we need more diverse higher education provision and we need to reassess the value for money of higher education.
Refusing to do away with loans and pussyfooting around business contributions are not the ingredients for a winning Higher Education system.
The decision to close Sulivan does everything that Tories say they oppose when it comes to education.