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Hodge ordered to apologise to Parliament as Boff complaint upheld

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Dec
7

Dame Margaret Hodge has today been ordered to apologise by the Commissioner for Parliamentary Standards, after an investigation prompted by a complaint by London Assembly Member Andrew Boff.

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Khan "allowing himself to be distracted by the glittering lights of the international stage"

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Dec
4

Assembly Member Gareth Bacon responded to the appointment reported in today's Evening Standard article saying:

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Met efficiency hits rock bottom under Khan, Independent report today shows

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Nov
23

 

  • HM Inspectorate report today: Metropolitan police service ‘requires improvement’
  • Previously ‘good’ Met (Britain’s best funded service) now in bottom third nationally
  • Concern over Mayor’s calls for increased funding in wake of efficiency failings

 

Despite a previously good rating, the Met now finds itself in the bottom third nationally for efficiency.

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London Mayor fails to set family homes target in opaque Housing Strategy

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Nov
23

  • No targets for family homes in housing strategy – predecessor’s was 36%
  • Lack of detail and transparency in Mayor’s policy, allows little scope for scrutiny.

 

Sadiq Khan’s Housing Strategy is failing to address the needs of some of the most vulnerable Londoners.

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Mayor needs to do homework as police numbers don’t add up

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Oct
30

  • Mr Khan blames government cuts, but he removed £38m from Met recruitment
  • Police reduction numbers cannot be achieved as stated

 

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Dutch-style 'plot-shops' key to increasing self-build development (report)

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Oct
30

 

  • Report urges Mayor to back creative self-build scheme
  • Only 10% of UK housing development is self-build – despite recent positive legislation
  • London Mayor encouraged to back roll out of innovative Plot Shop schemes across the Capital

 

A new report by London Assembly Member Shaun Bailey found self-build registrations have halved across London’s local authorities.

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Emergency response performances plummet under Mayor’s Pathfinders trial

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Oct
23

  • Five trial boroughs are now worst performing in London
  • Barking and Dagenham performance drops almost 30 per cent
  • Pathfinders merger scheme started in April and could be rolled out across London

 

Police emergency response times have dramatically worsened in five boroughs merged under a trial conducted by the Mayor of London, latest figures show. Havering, Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, Camden and Islington are now the five worst performing boroughs in London for emergency response times following the implementation of the Pathfinders scheme.

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T-charge launch: Scheme is ‘a £23million attack on London’s small businesses and poorest drivers’

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Oct
23

  • Mayor’s assessments show T-charge will have ‘negligible’ impact on air quality
  • Expected to reduce poisonous gases by just 1-3%
  • Charge will cost London’s poorest drivers £23million a year
  • Small businesses and self-employed could be hammered by fees
  • Mayor accused of ‘blowing smoke’ with T-charge effectiveness claims

 

The Mayor of London has ‘launched an attack on small businesses and London’s poorest drivers’ by introducing a road tax that ‘won’t make a dent’ in London’s harmful emissions.

Transport for London assessments show the T-charge will have a ‘negligible’ impact on air quality and is predicted to reduce NOx emissions by just 1-3%.

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Uber ban could cost Londoners £90million in higher fares

Posted Posted by GLA Conservatives in NewsshareShare
Oct
17

  • Ban challenged by Uber in court appeal despite talks
  • If Uber loses, Londoners face increased transport costs of up to £90 million
  • A further £864 million in annual wages could be lost by Uber’s 40,000 drivers

 

Londoners could end up paying an extra £90million a year in taxi fares if Uber’s appeal against their ban in the capital is unsuccessful. The app-based firm is appealing TfL’s decision not to extend its licence and is involved in on-going talks with the operator.

But figures obtained by London Assembly member Andrew Boff showed that if a deal is not reached, the financial consequences for passengers and drivers will be far reaching. Excluding surge charging, the cost of an average 6.4-mile journey from Charing Cross to Hammersmith is £15 in a standard Uber, compared to £25 in a black cab.

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