The police station front counters which are to close have been revealed in Mayor Boris Johnson's new crime and policing plan.
Boris Johnson says the rail franchise fiasco strengthens his case for taking charge of London's commuter services.
In his first in-depth interview before being newly re-elected, London's Mayor says he's keen to continue his mandate.
This video gives a detailed analysis of how to use the map - including how to find out where pupils who attend certain schools live, information about individual schools and easy access to their OFSTED reports as well as allowing users to search for schools in a certain ward or post code area.
Covering primary and secondary provision, including academies and free schools, the London Schools Atlas for the first time uses data to illustrate current patterns of demand for places at a pan-London level, rather than within boroughs alone.
The London Schools Atlas shows what areas pupils attending a particular school are drawn from and the extent of mobility between boroughs. It also provides information about the performance of schools.
It gives projected changes in demand from 2012 to 2017, helping people to get a clear picture of where pressure on school places might be in the future.
The Mayor hopes that council communities and parents will use the map to identify areas with highest demand for new schools - so they can set up new academies and free schools in those areas.
View the map here.
Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne are "kidding themselves" if they think Britain can stay internationally competitive without building a new multi-runway hub airport, Boris Johnson has warned whilst on a trip to the Far East.
The Mayor of London called on the Government to follow the example of Hong Kong and overcome their doubts to green light a new airport to the east of London.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has observed that in France they can be both a mayor and Prime Minister at the same time.
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The Prime Minister has hinted that talks are under way over a return to Parliament for Boris Johnson.
David Cameron said he had had discussions about a possible return with the London Mayor, although he stressed that a decision had not yet been taken.
Asked how likely a return was, Mr Cameron said:
– David Cameron
"That's up to Boris. I've had this conversation with Boris and my message to him is 'You're a brilliant Mayor of London, you've done a great job, you've got a lot more to give to public life, and it would be great to have you back in the House of Commons at some stage, contributing to public life'. But that's up to him, but I'll certainly be giving him a warm welcome."
Asked if Mr Cameron could see his former Eton schoolmate make a comeback as a Member of Parliament at the next election, he replied:
– David Cameron
"Absolutely - but that's a matter for him. I think he needs to think about - it's his plan. All I know that he's a massive asset to the country, a massive asset to the Conservative Party. We could make a very strong team together, we do today."
Also quizzed on whether there was a potential job for Mr Johnson within the party, Mr Cameron said:
– David Cameron
"Obviously, this is all dependent on what Boris wants to do - whether he wants another term, whether he wants to become an MP.I think he's got an enormous amount go give to public life, and I don't think he's given up on that idea either. So I think we're quite well aligned if I can put it that way."
The Labour leader Ed Miliband has denied claims he's being too slow to appoint a candidate for the next race to be London Mayor. ITV London news has learned that some party members are frustrated that the contest is still wide open, believing it could have an impact on Labour's chances.
Our political Correspondent Simon Harris reports.
Ed Miliband has said tackling the cost of living crisis should be the number one priority for any politician in London.
The Labour leader said the "cost of living crisis" was massive for people across the capital, insisting they need a government to stand up for them and not the "privileged few".
Speaking to ITV London, Mr Miliband said Labour were already planning to tackle the cost of living by "abolishing the bedroom tax, tackling energy bills and strengthening the national minimum wage".