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Wednesday, 12 February 2020
Are you happy with the recent performance of the Woolwich Ferry?
In November, you announced that the Violence Reduction Unit would invest £4.7m to cut school exclusions. How is this vital workstream progressing?
In the 2019 Spending Round, the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced funding for an additional 20,000 police officers across England and Wales. Has the Home Secretary yet notified you how many...
Should the government, if it will not scrap Permitted Development Rights legislation, give local authorities in London increased powers to stop schemes which can be described as...
What provision of electric charging points do you expect in London by 2024?
The Centre for London report, Fair Access, published in December 2019, concluded that your fare policies have disadvantaged regular travellers and commuters, while benefiting less regular...
With HS2’s budget out of control, how are you going to build confidence that Crossrail 2 is deliverable to time and budget?
How will you reduce the amount of waste London generates?
What lessons have been learned from the Hate Crime Hub’s record of delivering charges?
Are you satisfied with the changes made to London’s bus network under your Mayoralty?
What progress has been made on protecting police officers?
Recent data from councils shows that the number of long-term vacant homes in London has risen by nearly 25% in the last three years, and is at its highest level since 2011. What is driving this,...
How will your latest Transport for London Business Plan improve transport in the capital?
What will you be lobbying the Government to include in its upcoming budget?
How many Londoners are living in buildings with Grenfell-style aluminium composite material cladding that still needs remediating?
The latest HMICFRS report stated that the Met should ‘continue to seek to increase the capacity and capability of qualified detectives and senior investigating officers to improve the...
How will you be working with the new Government to tackle child poverty in London?
What will the impact be on London’s economy if the United Kingdom exits the European Union on the terms set out in the Government’s Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration?
This month we will mark Holocaust Memorial Day. In light of the recent cases in London of an attack on a rabbi and anti-Jewish graffiti smeared across synagogues, will you join me in condemning...
Do you honestly think Londoners should trust you to keep our city safe?
What more needs to be done to alleviate pressures on the NHS in London this winter and all year round?
What steps have you taken to ensure you’ve always been fair in how you’ve treated the different needs and demands of London’s boroughs?
What level of particulate matter (PMs) do you consider to be hazardous to human health?
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.