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LONDON'S INS AND OUTS
In the shadow of ongoing political churn in Whitehall and Westminster over the draft EU withdrawal agreement, this week’s edition features some high-profile resignations and appointments in the spheres of politics and development.
TALE OF TWO KHANS
Two very different narratives about the Mayor of London have been making the rounds this week. One is the story of a Mayor struggling to meet his pledges to build new homes, tackle crime and deliver major transport projects. The other speaks of an enterprising Mayor flying to Brussels for talks with the EU and dishing out £1bn for new council homes.
NOBODY PUTS BAILEY IN THE CORNER
London Assembly Member Shaun Bailey has been selected as the Conservatives’ Mayoral candidate for the 2022 elections and has issued an all-out assault on Sadiq this week at the Conservative Party Conference – to which we dedicate a section of this issue.