London’s businesses have been through a lot this year. They’ve had to deal with a pandemic that emptied out the centre of the capital. They’ve had to deal with a sea-change in how they operate. They’ve had to deal with lockdowns that led many to close for good. And they’ve had to deal with a Mayor who
Sadiq Khan has revised the Greater London Authority’s budget downward by £38m after a drop in revenue due to the Covid crisis. “Khan’s wasted £9.56bn at TfL, £100m on his own PR, £10m on personality tests, and £800,000 on lavish beach parties,” Shaun Bailey said. “As mayor, I’ll restore order to London’s finances — so
SADIQ KHAN will yet again be forced to ask Boris Johnson for more money as the London Mayor faces more boroughs going “bankrupt” following the news that Croydon council has gone bust. London faces a huge £1billion deficit, amid fears that more boroughs in the UK capital are set to go bust. Earlier this week,
Over the last few months, coronavirus has forced our elected representatives to make some tough choices. And the overwhelming majority of Londoners have supported them. I’d fix the mistakes that Sadiq Khan made during this crisis. Reversing his congestion charge hike. Reopening the Waterloo and City line. Binning his plans to defund the police by
Over the last few months, coronavirus has forced our elected representatives to make some tough choices. And the overwhelming majority of Londoners have supported them. We stopped going into offices. We stopped making unnecessary trips to the shops. We shut down pubs, restaurants and hospitality businesses for months on end. We followed the rules, played
We live in a city of opportunity. But we need that opportunity to reach everyone. So I’ll work with businesses to create jobs. I’ll launch new trade missions to attract investment. And I’ll work with ministers to secure more money for high streets and our economy.