Tuesday, 2 August 2022
How has the LFB been participating in the network since its inception, specifically what structured pilots and learning experiences have been undertaken?
How are you changing the use of road space in support of your goal to reduce traffic in London?
In the post pandemic world, how is City Hall ensuring London’s homes are designed to meet the changing needs of Londoners?
What is the cost of the Cost of Living Support Hub?
How can children at risk of holiday hunger in London be supported during the summer holidays, especially as food inflation increases as the cost of living worsens?
What is your biggest regret as Mayor of London?
What are your key priorities for the incoming Metropolitan Police Commissioner?
What contribution is the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) Roads and Transport Policing Command making to the recent reduction in road deaths, and to counter the increase in serious collisions?
How is TfL ensuring the transport network is safe, despite the ongoing lack of long-term Government funding?
Will the Green Bond scheme represent good value for money?
How can we work together to support London’s LGBT+ football fans who are feeling excluded from football by FIFA’s decision to host the World Cup consecutively in two firmly anti-LGBT+...
An 18th June Sunday Telegraph article found that "from 2017 to 2021, a total of 521 fines for moving traffic offences were issued to TfL staff when they were driving the transport...
On 30th June the Evening Standard revealed that 597 TfL and Crossrail staff had received six-figure bonuses in 2021/22. Are there any outstanding six-figure bonuses that have yet to be revealed?
Answering solely on the financial impact of the proposed ULEZ expansion and not on air quality, and understanding you are seeking external funding to support a scrappage scheme you intend to...
If, as seems likely, government funding for revenue and capital projects across London is cut over the coming years, how can the GLA work to address the deficit?
How are your skills funds and Academy and Careers Hubs engaging with Londoners with physical and learning disabilities to help access job opportunities and training programmes?
On the 16 June the Government published the Fairer Private Rented Sector White Paper. Would you agree we need more concrete proposals brought forward urgently in London so that housing charities,...
Given the recent reports we have heard of further cases of children being strip searched that have been referred to the IOPC, can you update us on the work you and MOPAC are doing to ensure that...
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.