An ally of Boris Johnson has asked senior Tories to stop undermining the Foreign Secretary with public jokes.Read the full story ›
Three water cannon bought for the Met Police force for hundreds of thousands of pounds are set to be sold off - without ever being used.Read the full story ›
As part of his Find Your London festival, the Mayor has planned a treasure hunt where the clues lead to an exclusive party.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson will face questions at the London Assembly this morning.
London's mayor will be quizzed on subjects including advice for Londoners in the event of a Paris style attack and knife crime in the capital.
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In an interview with ITV News, the Mayor said his 'sympathies were with the PKK' - a proscribed Kurdish terror groupRead the full story ›
The TSSA Union has accused Boris Johnson of 'bottling the job' after the Mayor admitted the night tube is not 'absolutely critical'.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson is to launch London's Poppy Day by taking part in a tug of war against members of the armed forces.
Now in its 10th year the Poppy Day has raised over £3.8 million for the Royal British Legion and other service charities.
The Mayor's tug of war gets underway at 9 o'clock this morning near City Hall.
He'll hope not to repeat his most recent sporting appearance, where he rugby tackled a child during a visit to Japan.