We face the prospect of extinction in our nation’s capital if we do not take steps to arrest a decline that has been underway for some years.
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Kemi Badenoch, Andrew Boff and Shaun Bailey are likely to be elected.
The quality of scrutiny of the Assembly can often surpass the Select Committees of Parliament.
You are only likely to be a household name in your own household.
Since being elected in 2008 he has been the commuter’s friend.
Equal rights should apply for celebrities – but not positive discrimination.
Chief constables don’t want a return to the time wasting Police Authorties.
They visited Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham College to increase black and ethnic minority applicants to the Met.
For markets to flourish the traders must take over from maladroit councils.
Under Boris Johnson the air in London is cleaner than it was under Ken Livingstone.
Just like the introduction of the 24-hour tube and flexible ticketing from 2015, driverless trains will hugely benefit Londoners.
The noisiest opponents are the ageing anarchists and scruffy students from the Left-wing protest brigade
In London there 3,275 empty garages owned by just ten housing associations
Tube strikes should cease – binding arbitration could protect workers rights instead.
The introduction of crime mapping has seen a crime reduction of 30 per cent in cities such as Memphis in the United States