A recent report has estimated that 329,000 companies in London could have experienced an online security breach, with a potential cost to the economy of over £35Billion.
London’s phone boxes should house life-saving defibrillators to dramatically increase cardiac arrest survival rates on the capital’s streets.
Transport for London should consider using crowdfunding to help finance infrastructure projects like new bus or tram routes
Sadiq Khan backed down on six key election pledges in just two hours during his first Mayor’s Question Time this morning.
Commuters should be allowed to book a GP appointment online at any London surgery, according to London Assembly member Andrew Boff.
London Fire Brigade could improve its response to major incidents with a mobile app that allows eyewitnesses to stream live video footage to the control room, a new report shows.
New report shows high quality homes are quick and cost-effective to build. High quality pop-up homes could cut the price of renting in London by a third and provide fast, cost-effective building solutions across the capital, a new report shows.
PCSOs should be given fire safety and first-response medical training to become Tri-Service Safety Officers, suggests a new report by Conservative London Assembly member Tony Arbour.
New eight point plan could save the capital’s struggling transport icon
The Mayor of London, through his planning powers, could force London boroughs to use cash from major developers to fund the capital’s GPs for the next ten years, a new report shows.
More than 96,000 sexual assaults or rapes were carried out against men across London between 2010 and 2014, suggests a new report from GLA Conservative Assembly Member Kemi Badenoch.
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