Budget: Small businesses left on the brink

Responding to yesterday’s Budget, Liberal Democrat candidate for Mayor of London Luisa Porritt said: “This budget was meant to set the pathway to recovery, but it has left millions on the brink. “From bakers to beauticians, hairdressers to pubs – small businesses are the backbone

Census 2021 is up and running across England and Wales

With March 21 just around the corner, Census 2021 is in full swing. Run by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the census is the once-in-a-decade survey that gives the most accurate estimate of all people and households in England and Wales. Letters, with unique

London sightseeing sails into a new era

London’s leading River Bus service, Uber Boat by Thames Clippers (www.uberboatbythamesclippers.com), announces an exciting new partnership with The London Pass®, London’s market-leading digital multi-attraction pass. The five year partnership will allow sightseers with The London Pass the option of travelling through the city in comfort,

National Award win for London Based School

DLD College London is delighted to be awarded another prestigious national accolade, the Independent Schools’ Association (ISA) Award for ‘Innovation in Pupil Voice’. The leading independent boarding school has been recognised for its pioneering work in empowering students to have a strong voice in the

Boroughs fear “cliff-edge ending to support” in Budget

The upcoming Budget must support London’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic by giving local government the funding and powers to ignite the economy and boost jobs in an inclusive way, according to membership group London Councils. In its submission to the Treasury ahead of the