Failure is not inevitable. Elsewhere, effective transport networks are being delivered. We need that in our capital.
Posts Tagged: Sadiq Khan (Mayor)
Keith Prince: Londoners will not return to their previous travel arrangements. Whatever the Mayor might want.
There is now ample evidence that lockdown has put rocket boosters under the trend for people to work from home.
John Moss: Khan has failed to deliver on housing. The Government should switch to funding the London boroughs instead.
Cut out the middleman. Go straight to the people who want to build – and help people who want to buy their home.
A lack of accountability allowed a black hole to be created in Transport for London’s budget. Planning decisions are made in secret.
If the Mayor is incapable of doing his job, the Government will have to call in the inspectors to take charge.
Their leaders elevate race relations above what should be their core functions, such as enforcing the law impartially.
Matt Kilcoyne: An unholy alliance is frustrating our freedom to shop on Sunday. Johnson should take it on.
The existing rules are inconsistent and hypocritical. They do not reflect a 24/7 economy, where people can purchase online and receive deliveries any time.
Socialist hegemony in our capital can only be challenged if Conservatives are unapologetic in fighting the battle of ideas.
Flick Drummond: Putting new diverse statues near to those of old slavers. And other ways of sharing our journey.
The Mayor of London is wrong to seek to erase our common history rather than contribute to it in new ways.
With their huge majority from last year, courage is expected of Ministers. For all our sakes, they must speak out.
There are long-running problems with the Piccadilly Line. The antiquated signalling system desperately needs updating.
But after the waste, mismanagement, and broken promises of the Mayor, it is right that tough conditions are attached,
The reduced service Transport for London is providing is just not sufficient for essential workers to travel across the city safely.
“Please, please, please, stop mixing. Stay at home.”
The start of a weekly series on this site each Monday previewing the local elections being held on May 7th.