Our residents remember the promise: “No ifs, no buts, no third runway at Heathrow”.
Phonics is not enough.
It is unacceptable that those in the wealthier boroughs are likely to live four years longer than those in the poorest ones.
Labour held a seat in Merton.
The Conservative by-election candidate Dan Watkins is a local champion of the community.
Prices continue to rise but important reforms will help more to make their aspiration a reality.
Local autonomy is the recipe for a successful campaign.
Housing is under great strain while the prohibition on asylum seekers working in the UK makes integration harder.
It is a terrible indictment that practically no-one can name the chairman of London Conservatives. Is there such a person?
I still believe my pledge of cutting tube fares by three per cent annually was deliverable.
He put housing at the centre of his second term, and leaves his successor a handsome head start on meeting the capital’s needs.
Vaping has left public health programmes increasingly ineffective.
A flexible approach to new homes is for local needs to be met.
Just at the time when London’s streets need the relief of alternative transport, bikes have boomed.
A higher turnout saw independent candidates under pressure.