Under the changes parking charges will vary from £1.48 per hour for electric vehicles in Harrow Road, Queen’s Park and Maida Vale North, while the most polluting diesel vehicles will be charged up to £13.86 per hour, with the highest charges being in areas such as the West End and Soho.
But there are concerns the 36-train Bakerloo line fleet, which dates to 1972, may not be replaced for another decade, creating the risk of an “endemic failure” on the line – the 14th busiest railway in the UK. Train frequencies have already had to be reduced from 22 to 20 trains an hour.
“Our investigation shows that prior to the assault on a 14-year-old the man did a similar thing to another woman. From our records, it does not appear that this was reported to police and we would encourage her to come forward. In both circumstances the man trapped the victim so she cannot move away from him and brazenly carries out his attack in broad daylight on a bus full of people.
Community worker Pia Bastide, 29, said: “People with flooded homes can’t sleep. Children dying from starvation can’t sleep. Communities staring down wildfires can’t sleep. So why should climate criminals like Rishi Sunak get a peaceful night’s sleep?”
Earlier this year, the mayor introduced a new element to his Better Renting Programme, specifically focused on providing training to council officers in identifying and taking action against damp and mould. The programme, launched in 2020, more generally aims to ensure local authorities are better equipped to drive up housing standards.
Detective Constable Fred Itiose hid from superiors that the case he was involved in concluded three days earlier
Senior figures in the black cab industry have frequently expressed concerns over the growth of Uber, which has traditionally offered minicab journeys
The Mayor of London’s former headquarters on the South Bank has been unoccupied for the last two years
Council ordered temporary closure of Mr White’s in July over ‘imminent risk to public health’
MSG’s executive chairman hits out at mayor saying: ‘Why doesn’t London want the best show on earth?’