London Assembly

The London Assembly is an elected watchdog for the capital made up of 25 Assembly Members. Our role is to examine how effective the Mayor’s policies, decisions and activities are. We champion London, investigating issues that affect everyday life in the capital to find ways of improving our city for everyone who lives here. We ensure the Mayor is held publicly accountable every day, not just at election time.

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Read the Transport Committee's report, including 19 recommendations, into the Taxi and Private hire industries. More
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A small, but absolutely essential, part of London’s public transport system is the door-to-door service for people with mobility problems. Dial-a-Ride, Taxicard,... More
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The London Assembly Economy Committee invites you to a provocative discussion and debate chaired by Michael Wilson, former Sky News Business Editor. More
The Police and Crime Committee has published its report into Met diversity More