Boris Johnson has said it should be possible to “run a better Tube system”, fuelling the row about why carriages are packed during the coronavirus pandemic.
London Underground services will be cut even further once more staff become ill or self-isolate due to the coronavirus, Sadiq Khan has warned.
London Underground carriages remain crowded despite the coronavirus pandemic amid a row between the Government and Mayor Sadiq Khan over service levels.
A row has broken about between the Government and Sadiq Khan about overcrowding on the London Underground during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police will be available to stop non-essential workers from travelling on the London Underground, the force said.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said “we must stop all non-essential travel” as trains in the capital were still crowded on Tuesday despite Boris Johnson putting the UK on lockdown due to the coronavirus.
Boris Johnson has insisted there is “no prospect” of grinding the capital’s public transport to a halt or telling Londoners they cannot go to work amid fears a lockdown is going to be imposed.
London will not be locked down like other major cities around the world, despite concerns about the pace of the spread of coronavirus in the capital.
Crossrail could be further delayed due to the coronavirus, Sadiq Khan has indicated.
Dozens of stations on the London Underground network could be closed from Thursday following the outbreak of Covid-19.
The Electoral Commission has recommended local elections be postponed, saying there are “real risks” to holding votes in May.
Sadiq Khan said he had been assured there was “no logical reason” why the Covid-19 outbreak should lead to the cancellation of the London mayoral election in May.
Hundreds of people have marched down Whitehall in support for International Women’s Day.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has launched his re-election campaign with an attack on Boris Johnson, who he challenged to hand over the power to introduce rent controls.
Campaigners trying to block Heathrow’s expansion have won a Court of Appeal challenge.
The future of Heathrow expansion is uncertain after leading judges ruled that the Government must reconsider its support for a third runway because of the environmental impact.
Roads in central London will see new 20mph speed limits imposed as of next week, the Mayor of London has confirmed.
Campaigners trying to block Heathrow expansion have won a Court of Appeal challenge against controversial plans for a third runway.
Boris Johnson won the general election because Labour made him look good, front-runner for the party leadership Sir Keir Starmer has said.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has announced his backing for Sir Keir Starmer in the Labour leadership race.
Rory Stewart already says he has stayed in hundreds of village homes as he trekked Afghanistan but now he is seeking new places to bed down in: the floors and sofas of London.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has described knife crime as one of the biggest things to keep him up at night.
Properties in London are set to benefit from a £10 million investment in full fibre broadband using Tube tunnels and public buildings to deliver gigabit speeds.
Two teenagers in Scotland have been arrested after the Metropolitan Police’s website was allegedly hacked several months ago.
Four bridges on the River Thames have been lit up with a new artwork due to stay in place for at least 10 years.
Comedian John Cleese has defended his comments about London, saying they were “culturalist” rather than racist.
Members of the public will be able to use their contactless payment cards to donate £3 to help tackle the “shameful” fact that almost 8,000 people are sleeping rough on London’s streets this winter, the city’s mayor said.
Tens of thousands of cars and vans will face daily pollution charges of £12.50 in London as Mayor Sadiq Khan confirmed plans for a large-scale emissions zone.
Pupils are being taught in classrooms where the air is so polluted it breaches World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines, a study has found.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has announced a £1 million grant programme to boost grassroots culture in the capital.