With further cycle schemes now being planned, it is vital that the views of local people are heard. It’s too easy for their voices to be drowned out by those living elsewhere.
Our investigation into occupancy rates at council buildings found that offices were only around 40 per cent full.
In Labour-run Hackney, al fresco dining and drinking is banned after 10pm. In Labour-run Westminster, al fresco dining and drinking remains banned in Soho.
The response to the Marble Arch Mound showed how effectively bad architecture can be weaponised as a tool to extract political capital.
While UKIP and Reform UK no longer present a credible threat to the Tories, the Lib Dems and Greens are building momentum.
Decision-makers in London are too far removed from many of the communities they seek to help.
Those who wish to act against us or without us noticing, use these times of looking inward to act.
We are keen to see meaningful devolution – to and within London, as well as across the rest of the country – to empower local areas to support growth.
Broken glass. Tons of rubbish. Forcing the police to use helicopters. The irony is not lost on me on the harm to the environment.
Tory candidates in London, Manchester and Oxfordshire made their opposition to these schemes known. It didn’t win us votes.
Much of Westminster seems hell bent on pursuing net zero – never mind what this means for the average household.
Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, and Wiltshire have cut off funding. Some Labour councils have also pulled out.