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London Assembly

Wednesday, 25 September 2019

  • Greenest Mayor or business as usual

    Are you set to be the “greenest Mayor ever” as claimed in your manifesto, or are you doing more to support business as usual?

  • Lobbying the Government for NHS Funding

    The Prime Minister’s £1.8 billion cash injection for the NHS in his spending pledge provides virtually no benefits to the health service in London. What are the priorities to improve...

  • Car Free Day

    Ahead of Car Free Day next week, what work are you and TfL doing to raise awareness of events across participating boroughs?

  • Review of Rape Cases

    The Victim’s Commissioner’s review into rape cases in London found that only 3% of allegations result in conviction. How are you working with the Metropolitan Police Service and...

  • Spit Guards

    Please can you provide an update on the roll out of spit guards by the Metropolitan Police Service?

  • Indian High Commission Protests

    What assurances can you give to London’s Indian community that the events of 15th August, which saw people celebrating Indian Independence Day outside the High Commission heckled and...

  • No-Deal Brexit & London’s economy

    Is London’s economy at risk of recession due to a No-Deal Brexit?

  • Electricity supply resilience

    What are you doing to investigate the resilience of electrical supply to the capital, in light of the major power outages in August, which also brought chaos to major rail lines?

  • Housing and Infrastructure

    Should new housing be supported by sufficient infrastructure?

  • Homelessness

    With summer coming to an end, homeless shelters will be ramping up preparations for the approaching cold weather, after a record number of people were seen sleeping rough in London last year. It...

  • Taxi Fleet

    The number of London registered black cabs has fallen dramatically since May 2016. How will you ensure that the size of London’s taxi fleet is not further reduced?

  • Gants Hill Library

    Having previously promised that residents would be able to choose between keeping Gants Hill Library as a library or replacing it with a Hub, the Leader of Redbridge Council is now seeking to...

  • Operation Midland

    What is the status of the investigation/review of the Met handling of Operation Midland?

  • Police Recruitment

    On 25 July 2019 during Boris Johnson’s first speech as the country’s prime minister, he vowed to recruit an extra 20,000 police officers to ‘make our streets safer’. The...

  • Use of hand free mobile phones

    How concerned are you about the use of hand free mobile phones in vehicles on London’s streets?

  • Environmental oversight of building on contaminated sites.

    With a great deal of interest in building on Brownfield sites across London, what responsibility does the Mayor’s Office have for ensuring that the public can trust there is no negative...

  • Deadline for fixing ACM cladding

    The GLA is administering the social sector and private sector aluminium composite material cladding remediation funds for London. Does City Hall’s experience of this so far indicate that...

  • Is London ready for Artificial Intelligence?

    You recently warned that Britain ‘should be much further ahead than we are now' not only in terms of making sure we can make the most of what AI has to offer, but also in educating the...

  • Housing

    Are your housing policies workable for Londoners?

  • Police Numbers

    The government states that it plans to increase police officer numbers after nearly a decade of severe cuts to police funding. How many of these officers are earmarked for London?

  • VRU coverage

    What will be the core boroughs covered by the VRU?

  • ZEC Taxis

    Given the request for monitoring in the Mayor’s answer to question 2019/8962, will the Mayor now disclose the ratio of ZEC taxis as requested in his refusal to answer question 2019/8963?

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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