London entered the 21st Century with a brand new government structure. An additional tier of local government was created called the Greater London Authority (GLA), comprising the Mayor of London and the Assembly. This resulted in most city-wide ‘authority’ powers being vested in London’s first democratically elected Mayor. This represented a major step change after a 14-year power vacuum in the city.
As we look towards the sixth Mayoral term, how has it faired, and what does the future hold?