Almost two-thirds of London cyclists said they’re increasingly concerned about safety in a survey conducted after six bike riders died on the capital’s roads in a two-week period last month.
The London Assembly passed a motion welcoming a possible move by the government to bring in capital- gains tax on foreign investors selling a home in the city.
London Assembly members attacked Conservative Mayor Boris Johnson over his policies to encourage cycling, after six bike-riders died on the U.K. capital’s streets in less than two weeks.
London’s top policeman, Bernard Hogan-Howe, said he wouldn’t cycle in the U.K. capital because it’s too dangerous.
London Mayor Boris Johnson needs to devise a strategy for dealing with overcrowding on London buses as use is set to increase by 167 million journeys a year by 2022, a panel of city lawmakers said.
Britain has enough airport capacity to cope with its needs if it is utilized properly, the London Assembly Transport Committee said in a report published today.
London politicians will question the organizers of the Olympics today about the lack of tickets available to the public for popular events including track and field finals.
In an oak-paneled church hall a few blocks from Big Ben, Paul Deighton, chief executive officer of the London Organizing Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, strides to the podium.
Corruption in the U.K. police may extend beyond a handful of officers, a member of the watchdog that scrutinizes the London force said in the wake of the phone- hacking scandal at News Corp.’s News of the World.
Conservative London Mayor Boris Johnson pledged to seek a suitable location in the U.K. capital for a statue of former Tory Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, who died this week.