Such action against their own Mayor would, of course, require political courage. But it would represent meaningful action on behalf of their residents – the absence of which will not be forgotten.
From bin collections, to planning, to traffic schemes, residents felt their views had been ignored by an arrogant Council administration.
Polling and demographic trends indicate dire results for Tories in the capital. Yet they are curiously bullish.
For a lot of people with a disability, getting on a bus is not an option. A ‘carrot’ approach to improving the environment is a better way.
Tory candidates in London, Manchester and Oxfordshire made their opposition to these schemes known. It didn’t win us votes.
Conservatives have identified savings that would allow the service to be restored.
In several London boroughs, the number is due to rise. That will be costly and damaging to local democracy.
Our survey identified 15,875 of them. Many of these could be redeveloped to provide new homes.
Jeopardising local beauty and conservation for the sake of housebuilding is a real problem for councillors. We have to defend our communities.
We won a Council by-election last month, achieving an 11 per cent swing. This is how we did it.
£21.6 million has been spent on new equipment, software and consultants. Yet residents have had to spend hours trying to navigate the council’s website or waiting to be connected to the call-centre
Criminal gangs are supplying counterfeit tobacco on a huge scale with a resulting impact on smokers’ health.
The proposal is criticised for hitting the vulnerable and breaking an election pledge. Local transport schemes are also being hit.
The Shadow Cabinet remains silent on this inconvenient truth.