London Assembly

Friday, 28 June 2019

  • Junk food ban cost

    What is your assessment of the cost to date of the junk food ban?

  • Housing

    Are you doing all you can to get new homes built in London?

  • Government Housing Priorities

    Theresa May became Prime Minister promising to fight for those ‘just about managing’ – do you think she delivered on this for Londoners facing a housing crisis? What would you...

  • MD2441

    What are you hoping to achieve through MD2441?

  • Silvertown Tunnel contract

    Why are you committing the next Mayor of London to building Silvertown Tunnel?

  • Hostmaker adverts on the Transport for London network (2)

    Why did it take so long for you to refer concerns about short term letting management company advertisements on the Transport for London (TfL) network to your Deputy Mayor for Housing and...

  • Knife Crime

    I note that the number of stop and searches under enhanced police powers has increased by 423% in a year in London.1 Do you now accept that this is the most effective means of addressing the...

  • President Trump’s Visit

    Do you agree that President Trump’s recent state visit to the United Kingdom was a most excellent success?

  • Building affordable homes on NHS land

    The NHS faces a spiralling workforce crisis with the latest figures showing more than 7,300 nursing and midwifery vacancies in London alone. Thanks to pay lagging behind the cost of living for...

  • London’s Future Infrastructure

    London’s future major infrastructure projects are at risk from those within Government and beyond who suggest major rethinks and the diversion of resources away from the Capital. What is...

  • Oral Update to the Mayor's Report

    The Mayor will now provide an oral update of up to five minutes in length on matters occurring since the publication of his report.  Assembly Members have submitted several requests for...

  • Support for EU Londoners

    What support can you provide for EU Londoners suffering from stress and anxiety as a result of the chaos surrounding Brexit?

  • Incoming Prime Minister

    What representations will you make to the next Prime Minister in relation to standing up for London?

  • Supporting Victims of Hate Crime

    The sanction detection rate for hate crimes fell in the last financial year in London. What are you doing to support people who want a prosecution and what is the offer to those victims that do...

  • Autism (4)

    Does the Metropolitan Police hold any information on the number of autistic people arrested in the past five years in London?

  • Collaboration

    Is the Mayor committed to blue light collaboration?

  • Modern slavery

    What progress has been made in tackling modern slavery in London?

  • Parental abuse cases in Redbridge

    For each of the years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19, please provide the number of parental abuse cases in Redbridge?

  • Planning Green Paper

    Have you had any conversations with the Government and the Minister of State for Housing, Kit Malthouse, regarding the “accelerated planning” green paper, and in particular the idea...

  • River crossings and transport infrastructure

    What are your next steps to deliver your proposed Silvertown Tunnel river crossing?

  • Taxi Age Limit

    Have you and TfL made a final decision on whether or not to reduce the taxi age limit to twelve years?

  • Parental abuse cases in Havering

    For each of the years 2016/17, 2017/18 and 2018/19, please provide the number of parental abuse cases in Havering?

  • Clean Air Day

    Today is World Clean Air Day, and Londoners across the city are benefiting from your programmes, including the ULEZ, Low Emission Bus Zones and Low Emission Neighbourhoods. What lessons will you...

  • Preventing Secondary School Exclusions

    The London Assembly Education panel report and the Government Timpson review into exclusions both highlighted early interventions in support to prevent school exclusions. How can you work with...

  • Honesty in Politics

    Do you believe honesty is important in politics?

  • Brexit deadline

    Are Londoners at risk of seeing another no-deal panic in October given that the Government is no closer to securing a deal with the EU?

  • Grenfell Tower fire

    In her leaving speech, the Prime Minister reiterated her claim that nothing like the Grenfell Tower fire must happen again. Yet two years on, no new legislation has been brought forward to reform...

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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