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People's Question Time

Wednesday 3 March 2010

Time: 7.00pm – 9.00pm. Doors open at 6.00pm

Harrow School
High Street
Harrow on the Hill,
Middlesex
HA1 3HP

How to get there

We have now reached our ticket allocation for this event and will not be accepting any more ticket requests. You can tune into the event on LBC News 97.3FM on the night and you will be able to download a podcast from www.lbc.co.uk.

A full transcript will be available to download from the website after the event. If you have a question to submit please send it to mayor@london.gov.uk

Your opportunity

The Mayor and London Assembly work to improve life for Londoners and make London a better place. Peopleís Question Time (PQT) is your chance to ask the Mayor and London Assembly Members what they are doing for the capital and its people, and to voice any concerns.

BSL signers will be present at this meeting.

Your Mayor

The Mayor makes long-term plans for Londonís transport, planning, culture, sport, environment and economic and spatial development. His plans set out priorities for organisations from boroughs to bus companies. The Mayor also sets budgets for the Metropolitan Police Authority and London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority, Transport for London and the London Development Agency.

Your London Assembly

The London Assembly examines and questions the Mayor on his decisions and strategies and holds him to account for his actions. It may also amend the Mayor’s budget if two-thirds of Assembly Members agree to do so. The Assembly also investigates important London issues – from the emergency response to the 7 July bombings to the state of London's transport services.

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