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Campaigners set out proposals for a better deal for low-income taxpayers
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Kate Hoey says she will work for Boris
Boris wins over Labour MP Kate Hoey

Conservative London mayoral challenger Boris Johnson would employ Labour MP Kate Hoey if he wins Thursday’s election. Ms Hoey, the Vauxhall MP, would serve as a non-executive director advising Mr Johnson on sport and the Olympics in the event of a Tory win. The move is being seen as bad news for incumbent Ken Livingstone,… Read more »

Ken takes a lead in the race for City Hall
Ken holds slim lead in mayoral race

Incumbent London mayor Ken Livingstone has developed a slim lead in the polls before Thursday’s vote, a poll suggests. Thirty-seven per cent of respondents said they planned to vote for the Labour candidate as their choice to be mayor of London, compared to 34 per cent for Conservative challenger Boris Johnson. Mr Livingstone has… Read more »