London Mayor responds to cuts to London’s arts funding

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, responded to the cut in London funding announced by Arts Council England. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “Many of our world-leading cultural organisations will be left devastated by this announcement of over £50 million worth of Government cuts to London’s arts funding. “These cuts could not have come at a worse time […]

PM sets out five-point economic action plan for the G20

The Prime Minister will call for coordinated global action to address international economic instability and the rising cost of living when he attends the G20 Summit this week. The meeting in Indonesia comes as countries around the world face huge economic difficulties, caused or exacerbated by the illegal invasion of Ukraine. Every household on the […]

Coronation Bank Holiday announced

An additional bank holiday has been announced by The Prime Minister in 2022 mark the Coronation of His Majesty King Charles III. The bank holiday will fall on Monday 8 May, following the Coronation on Saturday 6 May.

Elizabeth line: Heathrow to Tottenham Court Road

The next stage of the transformational Elizabeth line began on Sunday 6 November, with lines from Reading, Heathrow, and Shenfield connected with the central tunnels of the Elizabeth line. The new ‘though routes’ will open up new, direct journeys across the capital and out to Heathrow Airport and the home counties, connecting jobs, homes, leisure […]

Bond Street Elizabeth Line Station opens

Bond Street is the last station to open on the central section of the Elizabeth Line. TfL have announced the opening of the brand-new Bond Street Elizabeth today (24 October 2022), marking the completion of the final new station on the transformational new railway. From today, there will be a train service every five minutes, […]

Have your say on Camden night time economy

Camden Council is developing a strategy for local evening and night time, and want to know what matters to businesses and organisations, residents, visitors and night workers. Please share your thoughts. They’re also looking for people who want to help shape the final strategy at a Citizens’ Assembly from February next year. Have your say

November Rail and Tube Strikes

RMT union has announced more strikes due to the ongoing dispute on pay and conditions. Thursday 3 November Network Rail, London underground (tube), London overground Saturday 5 November Network Rail Monday 7 November Network Rail Read RMT Union Strikes information

Emergency Statement from Chancellor Jeremy Hunt

17 October 2022 The new Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt, has released a short emergency statement on the economy, addressing the 23 September mini-budget. Some aspects of the mini-budget have already been scrapped such the income tax relief for 45% bracket earners however the following announcement reverses all but two of the tax measures […]

Energy Prices Bill introduced

Businesses and consumers had been left facing increasing financial turmoil, with energy bills estimated to increase to as high as £6,500 before the government stepped in. Recently announced support will see a typical household pay £2,500 a year for energy, while businesses will be paying less than half of predicted wholesale costs this winter, although […]

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