London Assembly

Monday, 22 July 2019

  • Freedom of Speech for Christians in London (1)

    In answer to my live question to you on 21 March you were not able to give a definitive answer about what guidance is available to police in how they treat street preachers in London, after the...

  • Concern Hubs trial and data protection

    In a WIRED article on 2 April 2019, it was reported that a: "new system called the Concern Hub, headed by a central team at Scotland Yard that will liaise the Met and hubs in each of Greater...

  • Live Facial Recognition (6)

    Does the Live Facial Recognition (LFR) watchlist include enrolled images of children?

  • Violent crime funding

    You have numerous funding pots and streams to fund initiatives/programmes to tackle violent crime. Please list them all and provide the purpose of each one, details of the duration of each, total...

  • Stop and Search

    Given the dramatic increase in the Metropolitan Police’s use of stop and search over the last year, has this slowed down or reversed the number of knife crimes occurring in the Metropolitan...

  • Mobile fingerprint scanners (1)

    In August 2018, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) announced that 600 portable fingerprint biometric devices would be rolled out to frontline officers. Since then, a) how many devices have...

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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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