London Assembly

Thursday, 23 May 2019

  • Protests in London

    What lessons have been learned from the recent protest activity in London and how will you ensure that future events, such as the Trump state visit, do not grind central London to a halt?

  • Moped enabled crime

    Please detail the total number of moped enabled crimes per month from January 2015 to date, with figures provided for each borough.

  • Online Hate Crime Hub

    Can you provide an update on the work of the Online Hate Crime Hub?

  • Loughborough University's Fatigue Survey of London's Bus Drivers (1)

    Further to your response to Question 2019/4039 please provide a copy of the agreed terms of reference, budget and milestones for the fatigue survey of London's bus drivers.

  • Demands on the Police

    How are you supporting police officers who are managing increasing workloads?

  • Londoners still living with dangerous cladding

    At an absolute minimum, there are 132 high rise residential buildings in London where dangerous ACM-style cladding has yet to be fixed. That does not include non-ACM cladding systems that also...

  • Article 50

    In the article published under your name in The Independent on 22 March 2019, you called for Article 50 to be revoked, stating: ‘It was possible for the prime minister to secure a Brexit...

  • Taxi Trade

    How will you ensure that taxis will continue to be able to serve wheelchair users in all parts of London?

  • Hammersmith Bridge Action Plan

    How soon can my constituents expect Hammersmith Bridge to be re-opened?

  • Car scrappage scheme

    What are your plans for a car scrappage scheme for low income Londoners?

  • Real solutions to London’s A&E crisis

    The latest NHS figures show more patients than ever before waiting more than four hours in London A&Es. But as my report, “Austerity: overstretching our A&E departments” sets...

  • Aggravated Burglaries

    How is the Metropolitan Police Service responding to aggravated burglaries which are on the rise and an issue of a great concern to London’s residents?

  • Crossrail (3)

    Please state the total amount of expenditure that Crossrail has awarded to Bechtel since the start of Crossrail.

  • Brexit

    What does the latest delay to Article 50 mean for London’s economy and businesses?

  • Government response to climate crisis

    With the school climate strikes and the Extinction Rebellion April actions bringing the climate emergency to the top of public consciousness, what do you hope the Government’s response will be?

  • The Spending Review

    You have said that, “I will be lobbying the Government for a decent settlement in the Spending Review, not just to pay for future investment in infrastructure from the Sutton tram to the...

  • Tackling far-right extremism

    What are you doing to tackle the threat of violent far-right extremism in London?

  • Preparing London for rapid global warming

    How will you fill the gaps in your climate change adaptation policies and targets?

  • Oral Update to the Mayor's Report

    Now we come to Item 3. This is where the Assembly receives the Mayor’s report covering the period from 8 March to 2 May 2019. The Mayor is going to give us a five‑minute...

  • Design quality (1)

    Many London Boroughs are now producing exemplary new homes, for example the King’s Crescent and Colville Estates in Hackney have recently attracted international acclaim. This should be...

  • Social mobility

    The Social Mobility Commission recently found that social mobility has remained "virtually stagnant" since 2014, with concerns that it will get worse. What action are you taking to improve social...

  • Children’s Future Food Inquiry

    I attended the Children’s Future Food Inquiry recently and it was really heart-breaking to hear children’s accounts of being constantly hungry. What impact does food insecurity have...

  • Support for Survivors of Rape and Sexual Offences

    New guidelines from the College of Policing into disclosure requirements from survivors of rape and sexual assault have raised concerns that they will reduce the number of women coming forward to...

  • Resolving London’s Teaching Challenges

    Research by the National Education Union found that as many as 1 in 5 teachers nationally are considering leaving the profession in just 2 years and your previous research has shown London...

  • Anti-social behaviour

    What are you doing to address anti-social behaviour in London?

  • River Passenger Traffic

    The River Action Plan aims to double the number of people using river services from six million in 2013 to 12million by 2020. Please provide details on the number of river passengers for 2017/18...

  • TFL advertisements

    How many of Transport for London’s own advertisements have had to be amended in order to comply with the junk food ban?

What is this?

The London Assembly is a 25-member elected body, part of the Greater London Authority, that scrutinises the activities of the Mayor of London.

The London Assembly was established in 2000 and meets at City Hall on the south bank of the River Thames, close to Tower Bridge. The Assembly is also able to investigate other issues of importance to Londoners (transport, environmental matters, etc.), publish its findings and recommendations, and make proposals to the Mayor.

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