The Foreign Secretary was unable to rule out the possibility of continuing to pay money into the EU when he spoke to Peston On Sunday.Read the full story ›
Sarah Olney has ousted the former Tory MP in a by-election sparked by his resignation over the Heathrow Airport expansion.Read the full story ›
The former Conservative MP was an hour late for hustings after being clipped by the car while he was canvassing.Read the full story ›
An ally of Boris Johnson has asked senior Tories to stop undermining the Foreign Secretary with public jokes.Read the full story ›
A Conservative London Assembly member says there is no benefit to Londoners in the Mayor's announcement of a "fare freeze" saying Sadiq Khan is "signing-off of plans spells uncertainty for the transport network".
So the Mayor’s ‘fares freeze’ is now official – ‘officially’ leaving TfL with a £640million black hole in its budget, ‘officially’ slashing investment in London’s transport network and ‘officially’ providing no benefit whatsoever to hundreds of thousands of travelcard holders who do not qualify.
Sadiq Khan has so far been unable to provide any answers as to how he intends to cover the cost of this vane gesture, making his pledge meaningless.
Some Londoners may well avoid a small increase in their travel costs in the short term, but in the long term all of us will pay for this disastrous policy.
Assembly Members turned the air blue over the appointment of the Amy Lamé as Night Tsar quoting C-word and 'bitch-slapping' in her tweetsRead the full story ›
The Prison Officers Association say that they will defy any order to go back to work.Read the full story ›
It was the election that shocked the world.
All over the capital this morning, Londoners were waking up to the news that President Trump would be moving in to the White House.
It's a result that defied polls and predictions - but what will it mean for London?
Luke Hanrahan has been finding out:
Labour will only let Theresa May trigger Article 50 if she guarantees Britain's access to the single market, Jeremy Corbyn has said.Read the full story ›
The Labour leader said that Theresa May must set out her negotiating terms over the split to parliament 'without delay'.Read the full story ›