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Members of the London Assembly were joined by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, MPs, Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, and Holocaust survivors today at the annual Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony at City Hall.
Monday 26 January
Holocaust Memorial Ceremony – (by invitation only) 10.45am for an 11am start, in the Chamber
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, Capital Call, NHS Patient Transport and many other community transport providers opera
Did charging for the New Year’s Eve fireworks go down well with visitors to the capital?
How would Londoners benefit from the further devolution of more powers and responsibilities? What would be the benefits if we could control our own taxes to fund housing, schools, health and skills?
London’s previous population peak was in 1939. This month, the capital surpassed that peak.
According to GLA projections, this trend is set to continue, with our population projected to reach 10 million by 2036.
The London Assembly  questions the Mayor, in public, ten times a year at Mayor’s Question Time meetings, as part of its role of holding him to account .
The role of the Assembly is to act as a check and balance on the activities of the Mayor.
The London Assembly is calling on the Mayor to pilot temporary sites for gypsies and travellers.
An Assembly Housing Committee investigation has found that the Mayor has not spent £523,000 of available government money to provide sites.
The Mayor of London today promised to examine potential rises of 38% in Zone 1-6 fares, following pressure from the London Assembly.
Will extensions delay the opening of Crossrail and present challenges for integrating it within Transport for London (TfL)?
Would any extensions lead to a reconsideration of installing toilets on board trains?
Is the Mayor leaving London’s finances in a sound state for his successor?
The police and fire budgets for 2015-16 have been cut – but the transport budget has risen.
Will the Mayor’s Budget affect how Londoners get around the capital – both today and in the future?
What about the London Legacy Development Corporation (LLDC) – how much more money does it need?