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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

The incorrect figures have not been amended thus far

Others, including Ashford MP Damian Green, have taken refuge in parliament offices

The Boundary Commission are asking the public for their views

The Tory peer was axed as a government adviser last week for rebelling over Brexit

Councillors agreed the annual budget last night

The hike could come in as soon as April

A £12million package was announced by government on Sunday

The partnership received special recognition from an MP

The minister for London paid a visit

Southeastern passengers faced lengthy delays at the end of January

Labour MEP said he had no option but to write the sign during Farage’s “usual diatribe”

A new report has revealed the scale of cuts made to youth services in the past six years

Access to the single market critical for UK capital, Sadiq Khan argues

David Evennett praised their ‘fantastic work’

The mayor met councillors and was given a tour of the north of the borough

The London mayor announced plans to increase the number of PCs in July last year

The money comes from Transport for London’s Local Implementation Plans

Proposals had been set out for TfL to take over Southeastern services

Transport secretary Chris Grayling wants the publicly-owned Network Rail to share responsibility for running the tracks with private train operating companies

David Evennett met with Chris Grayling and Network Rail representatives

The local MP paid a visit to ITRM’s Sidcup office

A new child poverty map has been drawn up by End Child Poverty

The proposals could come into force at the council elections in 2018

The mayor of London reiterated his call for TfL to take control of a number of services, with Southeastern top of his list

The shake-up is set to cost £100m

London Councils are set to take more than 100 youngsters in

The number offenders has risen by 73 per cent in ten years

A consultation is running until late December

The MP spoke at a sell-out event

BT believes 19 payphones are not viable

The captal’s local authorities are keen to help draw up a response to the refugee crisis

TfL could takeover Southeastern services in 2018

A devolved skills system for the capital is under consideration

The council has to be self-sufficient by 2020

Union members are due to wak-out from one minute past midnight tomorrow for three days

Crime has risen during his time in office, with more than 30,000 reported cases

It is running a consultation to implement a Public Space Protection Order

The proposals will be discussed at a cabinet meeting next week

A joint outsourcing exercise with Bromley Council will not go ahead

He has led the force’s response to international terrorism and overseen a fall in crime

A resident has hit out at computer-based services after he was unable to obtain a parking permit

A union official said a fingerprint recognition system used to log working hours was not working properly, with some employees not paid for an entire shift

Sadiq Khan is pushing for TfL to take over suburban train lines

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