While London develops its railway system, other regions in the country may be left behind in new transport.
Just over half of Londoners would prefer to live outside the capital, a surprising new survey from YouGov revealed today.
A barrage of cuts could drive lower income families out of London altogether.
Downing Street has questioned moves by Labour to force contractors to pay their employees the living wage.
Read the full speech by Boris Johnson, mayor of London to conference
Boris Johnson has again attacked the government's handling of the disputed third runway at Heathrow, claiming the UK is on track for "economic catastrophe" as a result.
The opening stage of the London 2012 Olympics could be defined by organisers' response to a growing row over empty seating.
London's newest building is a symbol of a society broken by greed.
The new London Assembly has kicked off in much the same way as the last one, with bad-tempered exchanges and angry attacks on Boris Johnson.
politics.co.uk spends a morning with London mayoral hopeful Ken Livingstone on the campaign trail.
Londoners are prouder of the city they live in than they are of Britain itself, a new poll has revealed.
Boris' ability to make people laugh is a formidable, if unusual, political weapon. The way he wields it in next year's mayoral election will be a critical test.
Read Boris Johnson's speech to the Conservative party conference in full on politics.co.uk.
London mayor Boris Johnson's student past has been compared with the behaviour of rioters by Labour challenger Ken Livingstone.
London mayor Boris Johnson has reasserted his influence over the appointment of the next Metropolitan police commissioner in an evidence session with MPs.
An English Defence League (EDL) march into the heart of London's multicultural community could be banned following a sustained campaign.
Londoners are close to finding out who will take over the Met during one of the most chaotic periods of its history.
The rapid spread of civic unrest across London and the UK points to a problem which runs deep in our communities.
We can expect politicians of all parties to avoid the real reasons behind the weekend's violence in London.
The failure to contain violence across London is putting the Metropolitan police under intense pressure, as it struggles to deal with rioting and disorder.
Britain is demanding answers after a second night of violence in London.
Metropolitan police officers have launched a major investigation into Saturday night's violence in Tottenham, with the arrest count now standing at 55.
Boris Johnson has called for a plastic bag ban across London to help combat waste and litter.
London mayor Boris Johnson has called for the abolition of the 50p rate and a cut in national insurance, in an unusually direct confrontation with David Cameron.
The statue of Reagan is divisive, humiliating and a sign of the West's selective judgements on human rights.