The figures were in: 700,000 people had walked the streets of London in a demand for a second EU referendum, a so-called People’s Vote. Numbers matter when you’re marching. The bigger the better... Anorak - Published
In episode 41 of the MCN Daily motorcycle news show London Mayor Ken Livingstone is 'costing lives' and Ducati will take the 1098R to the Scottish Show plus the 2009 Dakar Rally is to be held in South..
London mayor Boris Johnson says the city's Olympic traffic lanes, reserved for athletes and officials, are essential for host cities. But the move hasn't gone down well with London's taxi drivers, many..
London Mayor Sadiq Khan says that "there can be no justification" for the murder of 14-year-old Jayden Moody in Waltham Forest on Tuesday. He added that "there can be no justification, no excuse" for..
The former chair of Crossrail, Sir Terry Morgan, appeared before the London Assembly, on January 9, claiming that remarks prepared for him by Transport for London on July 25 had all references removed..
It is being paid to promote his 'London is Open' campaign by getting high-profile figures to promote it on Twitter, a task the mayor's expansive staff is surely quite capable of doing. MailOnline - Published
Wheelchair users often need access to larger cars
Should Motability offer used cars? In a word, yes.
The Motability Scheme is a subject I’ve touched on before, many years ago, and it ruffled.. Autocar - Published
Brexiteers have rushed to slam London Mayor Sadiq Khan after he lit up the London Eye in a manner that resembled the flag of the European Union despite the UK's vote to leave the bloc. MailOnline - Published
Fund will help small London-based businesses to replace pre-Euro 6 commercial vehicles with newer ones
The Mayor of London has launched a £23 million van scrappage scheme to help small businesses.. Autocar - Published
London mayor Sadiq Khan unveiled plans to install parcel collection points in Tube stations, supermarkets and corner shops so commuters can pick up parcels on their way to and from work. MailOnline - Published
Recent decisions made by the London Mayor's Office for Policing and Crime include spending £1m on asking the public questions like: 'How good a job do you think the police are doing?' MailOnline - Published