Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Gareth Bacon MP: The February 2020 Jacobs report on Crossrail (document number B2111500/133/1.3) states on page 3 that, “Two significant interventions are necessary to achieve the Trial...
Will you set targets for the Metropolitan Police on reducing burglary?
When will you make a decision as to whether the GLA should allocate any resources to the organising of New Year’s Eve fireworks this year?
I have had a number of constituents contact me recently to give me their reports of witnessing alleged discriminatory police practices, in particular highlighting incidents in Lewisham and...
Breaking down the information by role, how many Tube staff have been redeployed from one line to another since 1st March?
Further to your response to Question 2020/1512, please provide me with copies of all internal communications mentioning Coronavirus or Covid-19 sent during Jan and Feb 2020.
Florence Eshalomi MP: My constituents have highlighted that it important to honour the work of key workers during the COVID 19 outbreak. Is there scope to erect a permanent sculpture in a...
As Londoners begin to return to work, and as middle door boarding on buses has now ended, can you provide assurances that bus drivers will be safe whilst at work?
What preparations are taking place to police Notting Hill Carnival this year, following the official event having been cancelled?
Will you commit to a review of the changes that are planned to the 384 bus route if they are implemented within a year?
Since the Night Tube was suspended, how many Night Tube staff other than drivers have been redeployed to work on the Tube?
Will the Metropolitan Police have any role in ensuring compliance with the requirements on Londoners arising from the test, track and trace programme?
Will you set targets for the Metropolitan Police on increasing the number of people charged with burglary offences?
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