Police say there is insufficient evidence to mount prosecutions but anti-corruption campaigners say the year-long inquiry is a ‘whitewash’
Four of the main candidates for the mayoralty give their views on one of the most divisive and important issues in east London, river crossings
Mayor John Biggs on the Commissioners, the culture of the council, Isle of Dogs planning, balancing the books and economic regeneration
Reading between the scripted lines as five candidates from across the political spectrum face questions at a London mayoral election hustings at the London School of Economics
Democratic accountability is too important to be left in the hands of over-reaching and unelected Lords
London Underground management and rail unions are trying different approaches to break the deadlock – but what’s really going on?
As the Government imposes a 5p levy on single-use plastic bags to reduce waste and keep the rivers clean, we gauge the mood of the people…
TfL is going to court over what constitutes a taximeter while its consultation proposes a range of Cnut-like anti-Uber measures. Does it think it can stop progress?
The Labour leadership favourite is a man of strong principles, say his supporters. But, as Clement Atlee found, that is often not enough