At yesterday’s Mayor’s Question Time, I pressed the Mayor not to give up on helping private renters in homes that
I want Londoners to be secure in their homes. To feel that they are part of a community that they can enjoy, shape, and design - and afford to live in. I support private renters, estate residents and campaigns and communities across London, and sit on the Housing Committee in the London Assembly.
I sit on the Assembly's Police and Crime Committee, where I hold the Met to account. London needs a diverse police force that works with communities to reduce crime, and services and support for bringing people closer together not dividing them.
CAROLINE RUSSELL AM
Caroline was elected to the London Assembly alongside me in May 2016. She works on issues related to transport, the environment and the economy. Caroline is passionate about cleaning up London’s air and making this a healthy city for children to grow up in and communities to live in safely.
Caroline Russell AM has been pushing the Mayor of London to learn the lessons of the Olympics and use smart
We will help Londoners reclaim their rights and their city, listening to people and giving them help to make decisions and run their own communities.
JOBS AND BUSINESSES
By tackling wage inequality and investing in new jobs, we will transform working life in London to make it rewarding, creative, and deliver a decent wage for all.