Coming out against a decent fixed starting rate and proposals to reward long service just days before Christmas doesn’t seem a very wise move. London’s Tories might want to consider whether their Scrooge routine helps Theresa May’s efforts to position their party as on the side of the hard pressed worker.
The £1.2 billion project will support the regeneration of both areas and will help to ensure that the iconic power station will finally be be brought back into use after more than two decades of neglect.
The information, which has taken three costly Freedom of Information requests to obtain has been lurking in Transport for London for 8 months – did it really never get as far as City Hall?
High levels of congestion cause delays, including to buses which are falling out of favour with passengers due to longer journey times, and worsen the capital’s already heavily polluted air.
We should learn from Labour who benefitted from this in 2012 when Ken Livingstone seeking to return to the Mayoralty after being defeated by Boris in 2008, was re-selected officially in late 2010.