“I do”, he says, when Andrew Marr asks him who’s to blame – but he points out that London has had better uptake than other global cities.
Now is the time to build the partnerships and financial support that will enable us to deliver on a vision for our communities.
Our results in the capital were uneven. We need to learn from where we did well – such as in Enfield and Romford.
The State might be missing out on top talent, thanks to the obstacles that renting in London presents.
The first of a mini-series of pieces on ConHome this week about the most distinctive of the Prime Minister’s big aims.
This is a story of institutions, work and habits changing out of recognition – and how we can improve our position and the country once we’re heard.
It’s the most powerful directly-elected position in the country with a £19.4 billion budget. But he squandered his first term.
Clue: for years, the Party has dismissed both the MP and the Association as slightly eccentric and atypical. But this approach could be replicated elsewhere.
Bailey performed above expectations. The Council by-elections were good. But we need to build a lot of beautiful new homes.
The pandemic is only likely to accelerate the process of these places becoming more graduate-heavy and small L liberal.
It now needs to get real. This is clearly the plan in the next few months, starting with the Queen’s Speech tomorrow, leading to the Levelling Up paper.
Medway, the unitary authority for my constituency of Gillingham and Rainham, is in the top 22 per cent of the most deprived areas for education in England.
The people who will pay this charge have no say over who the London Mayor is. It is a form of taxation without representation or accountability.
Annual net migration currently suggests 55,000 more homes a year since the 2014 projections – more than the entire rise planned after the housing row.