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August 23, 2016

'London's Night Tube won't save dying club scene'

Newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan seems like a pretty decent chap, with some pretty decent ideas. However, we’re not altogether sure if his hopes of saving the capital’s dying nightlife via...

Communities at risk as capital's policing crisis grows

A future Labour government would scrap costly Police and Crime Commissioners and use the £50 million set aside to stage elections next year to protect the 1,100 police officers due to be cut in 2016.The pledge to safeguard numbers of police came as ...

'Poor support services creating cycle of homelessness in London'

Rough sleeping has risen by 64 percent in London over four years, and of those one third have been seen sleeping rough in previous years, writes Darren Johnson. London boroughs do all they can to house Londoners seen sleeping rough, but the waiting l ...

'London's Night Tube won't save dying club scene'

Newly elected Mayor Sadiq Khan seems like a pretty decent chap, with some pretty decent ideas. However, we’re not altogether sure if his hopes of saving the capital’s dying nightlife via the Night Tube scheme – which launched this week ( ...

'New London Mayor must deliver on city's housing meltdown'

Whoever wins the race to become the capital's Mayor in May faces an unprecedented crisis in housing its citizens, according to the London Housing Commission’s final report Building a new deal for London. City chiefs and town halls will ...

London police force reveals warrant card abuse by officers

Scotland Yard has published details of dozens of complaints about misuse of warrant cards by its Metropolitan Police officers. This includes one against an off-duty officer who gained free entry to a football match by showing her warrant card and claiming ...