Sadiq Khan will face questions from the London Assembly today about his plans for London's budget.
The Mayor's budget includes the capital's Police and Fire Services as well as transport and the environment.
Mr Khan will call on the Assembly to join his campaign against national Government cuts to the Met's funding.
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Experts will discuss if Boris Johnson is doing enough to improve London's air quality at a meeting of the London Assembly's Environment Committee later this morning.
Guests including the Mayor's Environmental adviser will answer questions from the Committee on Boris' plans to reduce air pollution.
The Mayor's measures include plans to ensure that by 2020 the vast majority of vehicles in the capital's centre during the working day emit low or zero emissions.
He has also suggested plans to introduce an Ultra Low Emissions Zone in central London.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has ruled out putting new rules on private landlords to bring down rents in London. Answering a question from Assembly member Darren Johnson, he said controls would not work and that the solution is to encourage homebuilding schemes.
Labour's Tom Copley asks about families being evicted or moved because of benefit reforms. @itvlondon
The London Mayor Boris Johnson has said stories that he is planning to be Prime Minister should be "knocked on the head".
During an argument with the London Assembly Chair Jennette Arnold, he laughed off a suggestion that he was "being prime ministerial".
The Mayor said the level of dangerous particulates in the air has been reduced by 15% because of action on encouraging clean vehicles, walking and cycling. He also said he has introduced a plan to bring in an Ultra Low Emission Zone for vehicles in London by 2020.
Lib Dem Stephen Knight questions the mayor about the air quality threat to schoolchildren. @itvlondon