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).
Please note that all news releases with titles beginning 'News from' are the views of the individual Assembly Member identified in the release and do not necessarily reflect the views of the London Assembly or the Greater London Authority.
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When severe weather events, like hurricanes and floods hit overseas, the knock-on effects can adversely impact London’s supply chains.
Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) are potentially the most vulnerable, but many are unaware of the possible scale of disruption.
The London Assembly Transport Committee regularly checks on TfL's progress in updating and improving the Tube. These are its latest findings.
An anticipated global average temperature increase of up to 4°C by the end of the century1, could have severe impacts on London’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
London Assembly Members will tomorrow question Mayor of London, Boris Johnson.
Subjects for questioning during the two and a half hour session include:
In March 2013 Mayor Boris Johnson set out his ‘vision for cycling in London’ supported by a commitment from Transport for London (TfL) to spend £913 million on cycling and related infrastructure by 2021/22. 
Londoners are being robbed of millions of pounds a year through bank, credit card and other online frauds but these thefts are not being recorded in official crime statistics .
Check out which committees are meeting and what they're discussing.
The London Assembly Health Committee's initial response the London Health Commission Report
London is lagging behind other regions in England when it comes to the number of apprenticeships, despite having a major problem with youth unemployment. The Mayor set an apprenticeship target of 250,000 by 2016, but looks unlikely to achieve this.
Are there enough sites in the capital for Gypsy and Traveller communities, and what impact is any shortfall in sites having on wider public services?
The Budget & Performance Committee will tomorrow examine the success of the London Overground rail network, which consistently achieves high ratings for punctuality and customer satisfaction while more than tripling passengers numbers.
It is predicted that by 2050 the demand for public transport will rise by 50 per cent, the demand on energy supplies by 20 per cent, 600 more schools will be required and every year 50,000 new homes will be needed. How will London cope?
The London Assembly Transport Committee looks at how the Mayor's Infrastructure Plan will ensure London’s transport demands are met before 2050 and if their costs and timescales accurate.
Tuesday 14 October
Cycle infrastructure projects and London Infrastructure Plan 2050
Transport Committee – 10:00am in the Chamber