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However, Stephen Gasche also suggested the service level would have been the same

Read profiles on each of the candidates here

Bexleyheath and Crayford’s candidates are divided over the suggestion

The monster will arrive on Saturday morning

The vote is just over a month away

Both are Labour candidates

Thousands have voiced their opposition to the Lower Thames Crossing decision and planned changes to rail services

Government departments are now in purdah

A consultation had discussed cutting some services toward London

The government responded last week by insisting it is “not proposing to cut specific services”

The DfT suggests all Metro services on the north Kent (between Dartford and Charlton), Greenwich and Bexleyheath lines would terminate at Cannon Street only

Research has been conducted by independent watchdog Transport Focus after the government launched a consultation last month

A consultation proposes all Metro services on the north Kent (between Dartford and Charlton), Greenwich and Bexleyheath lines terminate at Cannon Street only

Large quantities of freight traffic access the capital by travelling through the county

The cabinet will meet next week

The extension is mentioned in its draft growth strategy

Tory councillors first approved the idea in 2014

Managing director Will Curtis also briefed the mayors on developments on the site including plans for a 50-bed hotel announced last month

A petition has been launched against the proposals to cut some Southeastern services to Charing Cross and London Victoria

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

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