Skilled workers from the EU are crucial to London's success. That's why I'm calling on the PM to devolve some immigration powers to London to support our capital's economy. pic.twitter.com/DNCzi9Y1PN
— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) July 31, 2019
I’m calling on the PM to adopt a new plan to reduce the skilled salary threshold & introduce a ‘fast-track’ visa system to bring skilled workers to the capital. Devolving some immigration powers to London is the best thing the Government can do to support our capital’s economy. pic.twitter.com/oKKZS2IVJJ
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) July 30, 2019
The Government is now operating on the assumption that a no-deal Brexit will happen, with potentially devastating consequences for London and the UK’s economy, public safety and living standards.
— Mayor of London (@MayorofLondon) July 28, 2019
“In his time as mayor, London was a stunning economic success story. A Parliamentary report recently worked out the growth rates for parts of the UK from 2010 to 2016…London’s economy expanded by 22pc, double the UK average” #BackBoris https://t.co/0qS2MoP5Cp
— Owen Paterson (@OwenPaterson) June 15, 2019
"Last year, Brexit cast a shadow of uncertainty over the United Kingdom’s economy; it has now escalated to a full-blown crisis."
It's official: London is no longer the world’s leading financial centre.https://t.co/Uh4SfSsIny
— Scientists for EU (@Scientists4EU) May 29, 2019
When @BorisJohnson was Mayor, he took 11,000 weapons off the street."
🗣️ Shaun Bailey, Conservative candidate for London Mayor, on our plans to give the police more power to keep people safe 👇 pic.twitter.com/R0KOv8P3C8
— Conservatives (@Conservatives) November 14, 2019
1.6m people work at night in London, from nurses & traders to hotel staff & artists. The economy is growing faster at night than in the day, and working 9-5 is a thing of the past. Now is the time to plan for healthy, safe and diverse 24-hour cities. https://t.co/EWYYy9hweI
— Amy Lamé ✨ (@amylame) November 19, 2019
This morning we are on the way to London to attend the launch event for @PwC_UK's new report exploring how VR AR may add value to the economy by 2030.
We got a copy early so we some took some time yesterday to write up our thoughts on the report.https://t.co/K147SQFkoc
— Virtual Umbrella (@VirtualUmbrella) November 19, 2019
Why does London need #culturalinfrastructure? New report by the GLA shows that London’s creative industries boost the London’s economy by spending £40bn per year within their supply chain. About half of this supply chain spending is in other sectors. https://t.co/almePNAyLj
— Futurecity (@futurecityblog) October 28, 2019
— Greater London RFCA (@GLRFCA) November 9, 2019
Yesterday's Evensong celebrated the Feast of the Dedication of Westminster Abbey in the presence of the Lord Mayor of Westminster and the Mayors of the London Boroughs, together with members of the Greater London Lieutenancy
— Westminster Abbey (@wabbey) October 21, 2019
#TuringImpact: Turing researchers are working with the Greater London Authority @LDN_gov to use #machinelearning and statistical methodology to better analyse #airpollution sensor data, design better policy interventions and improve urban quality of life: https://t.co/OtUh7QebZH pic.twitter.com/9p0LQnhprk
— The Turing (@turinginst) November 5, 2019
This shows the improvement in levels of NO₂ particulate matter across Greater London by 2025 thanks to the ULEZ.
There are currently 453 primary and secondary schools in areas that exceed legal air quality limits. That will fall to ZERO pic.twitter.com/cbscvqcqOc
— Tom Copley (@tomcopley) September 17, 2019
Greater London had the biggest net outflow of any city, with 103,230 more residents leaving than arriving — 12 in every 1,000 https://t.co/PCIk8ERdjT
— The Times (@thetimes) September 18, 2019
#GreaterLondon’s population is expected to rise by an estimated 70,800 people a year until at least 2041, increasing its total to 10.44 million by that year, according to new projections from City Hall – via @OnLondon by @DaveHill https://t.co/mVuzjT7XvF #population
— Simon Dishman (@sdishman2) November 20, 2019
The proposal to develop London luxury apartments with a Vatican investment included a plan to knock down a parish rectory and hall and replace them with low-income housing. The proposal was made by companies with ties to allegations of money laundering: https://t.co/iSla0TmBII
— Catholic News Agency (@cnalive) November 19, 2019
Inside London's derelict 'Billionaires Row' — a mile-long street of mystery, murder, and tax avoidance https://t.co/bOSvWwv3F7
— Insider (@thisisinsider) November 20, 2019
Here's the answer. In fact, the region with the most planned flood spending per head up til 2021 is actually Yorkshire & the Humber. Where much of the current flooding is happening. SE comes next and London a long way down the list. So Labour is wrong #CampaignCheck pic.twitter.com/Kh9v53YOyx
— Ed Conway (@EdConwaySky) November 12, 2019