Joanne McCartney: There are reports that probation rehabilitation services will be renationalised, as were offender management services last year, thereby reversing the hugely damaging privatisation of probation services in 2014. What relationship and input would you like City Hall to have with a wholly renationalised probation service?
Joanne McCartney: What support are you providing to support the increasing number of Londoners going hungry during this pandemic, and what further support is needed as we enter the recovery phase?
Joanne McCartney: Thank you, Mr Mayor. I was going to ask about whether you would write to the Government regarding extending the voucher scheme for those children entitled to free school meals, but I am very pleased you have indicated that you have already written and asked for that. It is a scandal that children in our city are going hungry. Your office, with London boroughs and community organisations, has...
Joanne McCartney: Thank you. A coalition of charities, including the Child Poverty Action Group, the Children’s Society and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation have called for a temporary coronavirus emergency income support scheme because they, like you, recognise that many people actually do not have savings and are at great risk of defaulting on rent and mortgage payments. Will you support that request and...
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Joanne McCartney: What plans do you have to ensure all bus stops in Enfield & Haringey have a Countdown Information Board?
Joanne McCartney: What is being done to tackle prostitution and kerb crawling in Haringey and Enfield, Particularly in the Fore Street area?
Joanne McCartney: Are there any joint operations against kerb crawlers planned in the future in Enfield and Haringey?
Joanne McCartney: What further areas of crime prevention and victims’ services do you want to see devolved to London government?
Joanne McCartney: British Gas have recently raised their minimum charge on their pay-as-you-go meters from £1 to £5, which is increasing hardship for some on low and insecure incomes in London. Will you raise this issue with British Gas and urge them to lower the minimum charge?
Joanne McCartney: Can you update me on the progress being made on the proposed Cycleway between Camden and Tottenham?
Joanne McCartney: Are there any plans to install more drinking fountains in Enfield, in addition to the one in Enfield Town?
Joanne McCartney: Do you have any plans to install drinking fountains in Haringey? Residents have asked if you would consider installing one in Highgate.
Joanne McCartney: What progress have you made in securing the powers to ensure that incinerators in London employ the best available air pollution reduction technologies, and can you guarantee that a rebuilt Edmonton incinerator will use these technologies?
Joanne McCartney: Given the Government’s commitment to meeting net zero-carbon by 2050, do you expect them to review the decision to press ahead with the rebuild of Edmonton incinerator?
Joanne McCartney: My constituents will be particularly affected by pollution from the new incinerator. Will you reduce the carbon intensity floor of 400g/kWh of electricity generated to meet or better the carbon intensity of National Grid electricity?
Joanne McCartney: The Royal College of Nursing have recently published a report titled, “Living in the Red: the cost of living crisis for London’s nursing workforce”. What steps are you taking to address the concerns raised in the report?
Joanne McCartney: What steps are you taking to increase the amount of police patrols in crime hotspots?
Joanne McCartney: How has the Metropolitan Police responded to increasing rates of online child sex abuse? How many police officers and police staff are dealing with these offences and where are they based?
Joanne McCartney: When a report is received of a fault with the audible signals and/or rotating cones on the pushbutton units of a pedestrian crossing on the TfL network, does this crossing get a higher priority for repairs to be carried out? If not, can this be considered, as these units keep those with visual impairment safe?