London politics news & analysis
He’s wants to put an end to the “soul destroying struggle” aspect of commuting
Cameron reportedly promises Johnson “major cabinet job”, after mayor steps down from City Hall
After being held at a red signal for so long, the Night Tube could be about to roar into life
The number of cyclists using central London roads will soon overtake the number of car drivers, according to Transport for London.
Worst network failure in years hits BT customers
Exclusive: Lib Dem mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon says Osborne bypassed rules to secure Garden Bridge funding
“Lots of things don’t add up,” Pidgeon says
Critics slam renegotiation as “choreographed charade”
First Tube Strike of 2016 is bearing down on the capital
Comrade Corbyn’s got a house and a salary, but wants to be a man of the people. Can he have his mushroom stroganoff and eat it?
Multibillionaire Rupert Murdoch has lashed out at “posh boys in Downing Street” for giving Google leeway for its tax arrangements.
We Londoners are all just lab rats in David Cameron’s eyes
Tax battle follows £130m back payment from Google
Fraught late night underground service still held at red light
But borders shouldn’t be closed
This is how much the most serious crimes have risen by
Is big business beginning to panic over possibility of a Brexit?
They’re basically all Americans
Residential customers to see average of £32 cut to bills
RMT union blasts “poisonous cocktail of cuts and overcrowding” for huge rise in injuries
Why the Labour candidate is gaining ground in the City
The clock is ticking
State collapse, migration, extreme weather and water crises are all on the list. But what’s number 1?
The MP is set to have a very happy birthday
Dystopia, pollution and the “horrible two-horse race” – London Loves Business meets mayoral candidate Siân Berry
Why the Green Party’s mayoral candidate is unimpressed with her rivals
Is Jeremy Hunt on strike too? As junior doctors strike for first time since 1975, health secretary refuses to give interviews
Doctors’ strike will be the first for 40 years as government imposes contract changes
HMRC CEO announces resignation
McKinnell cites “increasingly negative path” of Labour under the party’s divisive new leader