A new app to make it easier for victims to report hate crime online is one of a raft of new measures aimed at tackling hate crime in the capital to be unveiled by the Deputy Mayor for Policing And Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh tomorrow (3 December).
• Architects Bjarke Ingels Group wins competition to design Malaysia Square in Battersea.
National AIDS Trust and Mayor of London join forces to raise awareness and tackle stigma
The Mayor of London has warned that while the UK Airports Commission flies up a blind alley the rest of the world is already building new runways and terminal buildings that are designed and built using British expertise and which will put them well ahead of the UK in the race for new global...
The Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime, Stephen Greenhalgh, has unveiled a new online tool to help Londoners see the speed at which offenders are brought to justice, as he pushes forward the Mayor’s pledge to ensure swifter and surer justice for victims of crime in the capital.
- Final tickets to be released in daily batches from 1-15 December
- Up to four tickets per person can be booked on official website via www.london.gov.uk
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, today visited the state-of-the-art Ford engine plant in Dagenham.
More London organisations are recognising that investing in staff’s health and wellbeing makes business sense.
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London education report published, shows 86 per cent of London schools rated good or outstanding. Mayor wants London to compete with high achieving education systems around the world. New drive to increase music education in all London schools.