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George Osborne MP
11:18, 22 SEP 2017
London Assembly votes unanimously for Mayor not to renew Uber's licence beyond September unless it changes working practices
Assembly members were "appalled" at some of Uber's working practices
Harrow Square development sees vast majority of new homes sold to foreign investors so far
Just ONE flat in the upcoming flat development next to Harrow-on-the-Hill Station has been sold to a resident of the borough so far
Electoral boundary changes 'look like they were drawn up on the back of a cigarette packet', says Ealing councillor
Chris Summers, a Labour councillor for Northolt, says the proposed shake-up makes little sense for voters in his constituency who would fall under Hillingdon
EU Referendum: Britain votes to leave, but what happens next?
So, the public have spoken and the decision to leave has been made. But what are the next steps now Britain has voted Leave?
Back Heathrow call on 'Captain Cameron' to land Heathrow expansion as soon as possible
Campaign director Rob Gray asked for "no more delays" to the decision, as a crowd of pro-third runway supporters took to Westminster
London Mayoral Elections 2016
Hilarious Green Party election video gets children to act as politicians
It doesn't all have to be straight faced politics - as the Green Party proved in this hilarious video mocking Cameron, Boris, Corbyn and others
Zac welcomes Chancellor's Hammersmith flyunder move
Mr Goldsmith, the Conservative candidate for London Mayor, says George Osborne's Budget support for the flyunder is good news
MP says turning schools into academies is an 'ideological attack on the education system'
While Ms Cadbury is concerned about schools, struggling families and the council, Mr Thompson praises a 'savers' Budget
UK & World News
Budget 2016 live: Updates and analysis as George Osborne reveals his plans for the economy
We'll be with you all day with live updates, video and analysis of what the Chancellor's Budget means for you
Brent residents will pay more council tax after rise announced
An average 'Band D' household in Brent is set to pay an extra 45p a week from April
Council tax in Hounslow to fall slightly, despite warning that services are down to 'bare bones'
Hounslow Council has agreed to freeze its share of the levy, with the Mayor of London's slice set to fall by £19 for a Band D household
Boris Johnson adopts awkward Tory pose as he backs Britain to leave EU
The London Mayor was pictured in the awkward wide-legged pose - one that has been adopted by other Tory ministers
Construction bosses urge government to approve Heathrow expansion
In a letter to Chancellor George Osborne businesses say they are ready to deliver the nation’s largest privately funded infrastructure project
Hammersmith and Fulham London Borough Council
Council tax freeze proposed by Hammersmith & Fulham Council
But Tories say the Labour administration has broken a key pledge to reduce rates
Predictions for 2016: Hillingdon to face 'threats' to the community
Heathrow Airport remains high on the agenda whilst recent government budget cuts pose a 'threat' to local services
Average deposits for London homes increases to whopping £179,248
Unsurprisingly, London takes the top spot for most expensive average mortgage deposit prices
London Help to Buy: What is it and am I eligible?
Find out the changes to the Help to Buy scheme, and if it's the right thing for you!
Met Commissioner "pleased for the people of London" after force avoids budget cuts
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe was speaking after Chancellor George Osborne opted against cutting overall spend on the police
Autumn Statement 2015: Five ways you could be affected
Will you be affected by today's announcement of budget cuts?
Autumn Statement 2015 LIVE: Cabinet arrive for pre-spending review meeting
Our reporters will have live reaction throughout the day as the Chancellor delivers his spending review in the House of Commons
John McDonnell says 'embarrassing' five times as shadow chancellor faces up to cuts charter U-turn
Tory MPs' jeers drowned out the shadow chancellor as he faced up to headlines and said: "A bit of humility among politicians never goes amiss"
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho tops Google rankings ahead of political giants David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn
Politics is in the grip of the conference season but Blues boss is hottest topic
Brunel University students call on Boris Johnson to save maintenance grants
Crowds of students flocked to the Civic Centre in Uxbridge to make a stand against the controversial cuts
Labour MP Seema Malhotra denies accusations of hypocrisy over unpaid internship
"Maybe we shouldn't be surprised that the MP who lives in a £7 million mansion in Chelsea no longer realises Feltham and Heston residents expect an almost full-time job to be remunerated"