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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London needs to create 133,000 more primary and secondary school places by 2018.
The London Assembly Police and Crime Committee will tomorrow question the following guests about diversity of the Metropolitan Police Service frontline and the Mayor’s aim of having a workforce that ‘reflects the city it serves’. 
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
In 2006, London was the worst performing region at both primary and secondary levels but now it is the very best. But how do the capital’s children perform against children from other global cities or economies?
The London Assembly’s Regeneration Committee will meet tomorrow to examine the stadium-led regeneration schemes underway at the Olympic Park and proposed at Old Oak Common.
Tuesday 16 September 2014
Stadia-led regeneration schemes
Regeneration Committee – 10.00am in Committee Room 5
It emerged today that the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) would be keen to talk to Tottenham Hotspur Football Club about using the Olympic Stadium.
Assembly Members today urged the Mayor of London to take action to protect London tenants from landlords who fail to meet private rental standards.
- 72,009 people live with dementia in London
- By 2015 there will be 850,000 people living with dementia in the UK
- This is set to reach two million by 2051 if no action is taken.
The London Assembly today called on the Mayor to respond to the 'Renters manifesto', a new report by Generation Rent that calls for reform of the private rental market. The Assembly also urged the Mayor to consider piloting some of the report recommendations in his Housing
From 10.00am Thursday 11 September
The London Assembly will tomorrow examine the policies and work of Transport for London (TfL).
This will involve questioning;
· Boris Johnson, Mayor of London and Chairman, TfL and
The London Assembly’s Economy Committee will tomorrow examine ‘The Europe Report, a win-win situation’, written by Dr.
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