London Assembly


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London Assembly

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the London Assembly the devolved legislature of London, based in City Hall, Southwark. See also: Greater London Authority
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The London Assembly today elected Darren Johnson AM as its new Chair for 2013.
Barnbrook applied for the top-security passes because he is a member of the London Assembly.
Dear Editor, - As a member of the London Assembly which is supposed to hold the mayor to account, I strongly advise the people of Birmingham to reject plans for a directly elected mayor (Government tells city - you need a Livingstone, Post, June 29).
Darren Johnson,leader of the Greens in the London Assembly, said: ``This just reinforces our view that the law is in urgent need of reform.
The Government is also planning to move the date of the 2004 English local council and Greater London Assembly elections to the same date as the European Parliament poll, again in an effort to increase turnout.
The price tag is 10 times higher than previously thought, according to the London Assembly.
Positive improvements for cyclists such as segregated bike lanes, a network of borough 'quietways' and existing cycle superhighways improvements were today welcomed by the London Assembly.
BNP Greater London Assembly member Richard Barnbrook pitched up, even though his party opposes England picking black players.
Mr Neill, who heads the party's London Assembly group, was elected by party members in Bromley and Chislehurst to fight the safe seat on June 29.
The second Conservative candidate was London Assembly member Roger Evans.
That is also true of most commuter services in greater London, but it has devolved powers over them to the city's mayor and the Greater London Assembly.
The London Assembly today passed an amendment to the Mayor of London s budget which could prevent the closure of 12 fire stations and the withdrawal of 18 fire engines across London.

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