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04:00, 20 JUL 2017
Cross-party MPs form new group to question the case for Heathrow third runway
MPs claim there is a growing number of political support against the expansion of Heathrow Airport
London Mayoral Elections 2016
Green Party to launch London manifesto at Parsons Green depot site
The party will visit a small business threatened by TfL redevelopment plans before AM Jenny Jones intervened
TfL withdraw controversial plans for Parsons Green depot
It says it will look to work with the community on new plans for the site
London Assembly member urges council to refuse TfL bid to build homes on Parsons Green depot
Green Party's Jenny Jones says the impact it will have on businesses there is greater than anticipated
London Mayor Boris Johnson to look at TfL plans for new homes in Parsons Green
Fears that businesses will be hit hard by the development were put to the mayor during the Mayor's Question Time
Recycling: West London's worst offenders
Find out how many households in your area recycled this year
Air pollution: Green Party candidate fears Hounslow 'could become capital of respiratory disease'
More than 30 new air pollution monitors have been installed in Brentford
Fracking north-west London: 'more noise and pollution unacceptable', says Green Party London Assembly Member
Jenny Jones, a Green Party London Assembly member, reacts to the news London Local Energy has applied for a licence to extract shale gas from under seven west and north-west London boroughs
Fracking north-west London: bidding firm promises 'minimal disruption as possible'
A fracking firm has applied for permission to explore for shale gas potentially trapped deep under north-west London
Snowboarding star's laptop with all Olympic photos on stolen in Hammersmith
Bronze medalist Jenny Jones appealed for help to find the laptop stolen from her car outside Riverside Studios last night
Strikes round-up: West London endures a day of disruption
Public sector workers have been taking to the streets to protest over pay and conditions. See how your area was affected.
London Assembly member Jenny Jones considered domestic extremist by police
The Green Party's Jenny Jones says she was added to a database of "domestic extremists" by the Metropolitan Police after speaking against the Iraq war and GM crops.
Boris condemns 'anti homeless spikes' installed outside luxury London flats
Spikes which prevent rough sleepers from pitching up outside luxury flats in Southwark have been condemned by politicians including Mayor Boris Johnson
Boris faces calls from political opponents to improve London air quality
The Mayor of London is challenged by opponents to improve air quality in the capital on a day when DEFRA warned of high pollution levels.
Police Tasers drawn 41 times per week in London last year
London Assembly member Jenny Jones has criticised police use of Taser guns as 'excessive' and called for Boris Johnson to raise concerns with the Met
London air so bad it needed health warning on eight days last year
Government figures establish London as the most polluted city in the UK and reveal how it compares to other large conurbations
'Over 74 people a week are injured by hit and run drivers in London'
Police say the large number of uninsured and illegal drivers is responsible for the large rates of hit and run incidents in the capital
Green Party's Jenny Jones calls on Boris to take flood action
Demand for programme of river restoration in London, to reduce local and downstream flooding
Nissan unveils new design for the iconic London taxi cab
The car giant has created a new taxi at its design centre in Paddington which will take to the Capital's streets in December 2014
Met's top police officer admits: 'I wouldn't cycle in London'
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, head of the Metropolitan Police, has admitted that he would not feel safe cycling on the Capital's streets, in the wake of a spate of fatalities
What the Mayoral candidates have to offer Hounslow
WITH just under three weeks to go until the London Mayoral elections on May 3, The Chronicle asked the leading candidates what they would do for Hounslow if elected.