The race for City Hall has been boiled down to a debate over extremism and personal wealth. London, and all the candidates for the capital's top job, deserve better
The temptation for a politician who started a war or for a chief executive who gave the green light to a weak project is to pretend that there was no mistake and plough on. It's not rational, but it is understandable
The Labour candidate for Mayor of London said 'there is a question to be asked about what is going on in those homes'
Exclusive: The Conservative candidate had said Mr Khan's appearing with Suliman Gani showed he had poor judgement
The Conservative hopeful promises a city that “works for all Londoners”.
One commenter called the Labour politician "Islamist scum" while another asked: “Mr Khan looks very smart, but why is he dressed in Western clothes when the 95% of Muslim [sic] wear rags and dress in Eastern Clothes"
It follows a letter revealed by The Independent last week which the Conservatives were accused of sending specifically to people with 'Indian sounding names'
‘What does he really stand for?’ The answer is that he stands for London
The old firm is back together
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon had appeared to question Mr Khan's loyalty, the group said
After all, this is a city where the average house price is rapidly approaching £1m but the median salary is just over £27,000
Labour’s candidate is confident of winning May’s election – and wants more power over the police and the NHS in London
The London Mayoral candidate pointed to the lack of diversity in sport as a key symptom of the deepening ethnic and social segregation in the capital
There are two key problems with Monday's "shock poll" - and against this background it seems rather less shocking
Mr Khan revealed he grew up in south London with boys who went on to act in 'terrible ways'
Mr Khan warned that growing radicalisation was a 'cancer eating at the heart of our society all the time'