Ten years ago this month the Congestion Charge was introduced in London by Mayor Ken Livingstone. It has resulted in fewer cars on the road, less pollution and has had a positive impact on business. What’s not to like?
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New figures from TfL show another annual surplus that could be used to cut fares
Politicos who value local democracy should take some time to think about how mayoral politics can be made more worthy of the name, writes Ellie Cumbo.
Labour today warned there will be further instances of London councils seeking to export families north as the government’s welfare reforms begin to bite.
If Ken Livingstone loses the mayoral election, the result will obscure likely gains in the London Assembly and the true scale of Labour support in the capital.
Gary Dunion, chair of Common People, explains how Londoners can sack Boris Johnson, the Tory Mayor of the one per cent.
Boris Johnson is tonight refusing to distance himself from one of his millionaire donors who said cylists are to blame if they’re killed or injured.
Labour peers Lord Sugar and Lord Adonis have waded into the London Mayoral election debate, with Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson facing off in just two weeks.
Ken Livingstone today sought to re-focus the London Mayoral race back onto policy as the campaign entered the final three weeks, reports Shamik Das.
A new ComRes poll contains good news for advocates of mayors. 69% agreed that London was a ‘better city’ for having a mayor.