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Labour’s last transport secretary has urged the Davies Commission on airport expansion to make a strong economic case for additional runway capacity. Lord Adonis, who favoured a third runway at Heathrow while in office, said that the next government could otherwise duck a decision until 2020.
The nation's favourite detective should be back in our living rooms again soon
The Mayor of London has responded to the television show after it portrayed him as an 'incoherent' politician responsible for 'hair-brained' schemes
Mayor says wealthiest should get automatic knighthoods and “our humble thanks”, in comments deemed “deeply offensive” by London Assembly's Labour group
Despite the recent deaths on London's roads, Johnson seems to believe that it is the personal choices of cyclists that determine their safety
Park users and residents greeted scheme with caution - having fought off previous plans to regenerate 180-acre site by adding housing
A former deputy London mayor has claimed his Facebook account was hacked when naked pictures taken on a mobile phone were posted onto his personal account.
Accidents were 'not always the car’s fault'
The election is still three years away, but the battle for the keys to City Hall is already under way
The steady decline in Britain’s volunteer culture was dramatically halted by the Olympic and Paralympic Games as thousands both formally and informally offered to help others for the first time, an official review has revealed.
Boris Johnson has confessed that he came close to committing a gross injustice that would have involved innocent creatures being blasted to death at gunpoint – and all over an anonymous cat. The Mayor of London was speaking at a debate hosted by the radio station LBC, for whom he will host a new phone-in starting on 2 July.
'Look at what happened in Japan. The problem we have got is a lack of confidence'
One Tory wants to curb 'abusive militant minority,' while union bosses condemn 'the rhetoric of the dictator'
Increased screening at the registration points for the 37,500 runners have been introduced
Boris Johnson has gone on record to say that his bumbling self-deprecatory persona is a “cunning device” he uses to get people to trust him.