There will be no congestion charge, no pay per mile, no London-style ULEZ expansion for as long as I am Mayor.
Given the lessons he could have learnt from Houchen, Street, and Burnham, there is really little excuse for Khan not to be doing significantly better.
Sir Keir’s choice is between not sacking front bench dissenters, so inviting claims of weakness, and doing so – thus provoking accusations of over-reacting.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester says that “leaving the North with Victorian infrastructure” would “level us down.”
In Greater London, Greater Manchester, and the West Midlands, we see the politicking, wokery, and limpness of Labour that would continue nationally were it given the keys to Number 10.
The Mayor of Great Manchester says “Nobody in my position should ever criticise people for trying to protect their incomes in a cost of living crisis”.
House price growth is driving many Londoners to move out. The Mayor is failing to respond to this – or to the other challenges we face.
We continue our series, putting this year’s local elections under the magnifying glass to find changes and trends.
From next May, all vans, buses, coaches, taxis, and heavy goods vehicles will have to pay a daily charge to travel in the area.
“Have your jab or lose your job? I don’t think that can be right”, says Andy Burnham.
It’s your efforts on the doorstep and phone that will help us to deliver more local Conservatives with a proven track record of delivering good local services.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester also calls for ‘greater flexibility’ to protect those exposed at work such as bus and taxi drivers.
Communities have been ignored. Crime has not been taken seriously. Investment opportunities have been missed.
Max Caller, the inspector who brought change to Tower Hamlets, has been sent in to the city. The Government could take control.
That part of England where the Tories are most hated has offered the greatest possible cooperation with Boris Johnson.