Boris Johnson wants the power to tax and spend like Scotland and Wales.
He's also asking the government to let the capital keep more of the money it raises -- rather than share it with the rest of the country.
He says the current system is "simply not fit for purpose" given London's size and stature.Our Political Correspondent Simon Harris reports
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The 52-year-old had previous convictions for violence but was not on the anti-terror watchlist.
In a statement Charlton Athletic said: Keith was a true hero who will be greatly missed by all the Charlton family and everyone at the club.
London and the worlds has united on Twitter in defiance of the West minster attack #prayforlondon #wearenotafraid