News releases issued by the London Assembly's External Relations Office and by individual Assembly Members are listed below by date in descending order (i.e. most recent first).
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Recorded sexual offences across the transport network increased by 32 per cent in 2014/15 and police dealt with 178 more violent assaults than the previous year, an increase of 9 per cent.
What impact will the night tube have on these types of crimes?
More and more people are renting in London - and it is becoming more expensive. What’s the solution?
Commenting on the Chancellor’s announcement that business rates will be devolved, Darren Johnson AM, Chair of the London Assembly Devolution Working Group, said:
Thursday 8 October
The Impact of Rent Stabilisation Measures in London
Housing Committee - 10:00am in Committee Room 5
Metropolitan Police plans to contract out services to the private sector present huge risks, the London Assembly warned today.
The London Assembly Transport Committee has greeted today’s announcement of a new taxi and private hire strategy by Transport for London (TfL) with optimism.
Have car manufacturers been manipulating diesel emission results to meet legal EU levels during testing? They’ve admitted to doing it in the US – are there similar vehicles on London’s streets?
Over 400 arrests were made at this year’s Notting Hill Carnival, that’s the highest number in more than a decade. Offences included the stabbing of a police officer and an attempted murder.
The Metropolitan Police plan to deliver savings totalling almost £600 million by 2015-16.
Victoria Borwick MP resigned as an Assembly Member at the close of today’s London Assembly (Mayor’s Question Time) meeting.