Extending the Ultra Low Emission Zone will impose a £12.50 daily charge on many who are not wealthy and who need to drive.
Ministers must not forget that parts of the South East, including some coastal communities, are as in need of attention as anywhere else.
If the unions persist with their threats, we must have the courage to emulate Ronald Reagan’s ultimatum to air traffic control strikers.
He has notched up some remarkable accomplishments. With some help, his best days may still be to come.
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.
Politicians treat motorists as though their transport needs are some sort of indulgence.
Tax Increment Financing offers a prudent way of funding regeneration projects across the most deprived areas.
The appointment of O’Brien to lead the forthcoming levelling-up white paper shows real commitment to the agenda.
Our results in the capital were uneven. We need to learn from where we did well – such as in Enfield and Romford.
Johnson, Street, and Houchen have all embraced the bike, and reaped the rewards both for the party and the nation.
From January 1, no longer will anyone be able to say: “you can’t – EU rules”. We have jumped from the passenger seat to the pilot seat. So what should we do?