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Through the course of each year, the Mayor attends ten meetings of the London Assembly, referred to as Mayor's Question Time, at which he and members of the administration can be questioned about their actions by the Assembly. In addition to responding to oral and written questions from Assembly Members, the Mayor submits a report on his activities. The reports can be viewed via the links below.
Older Mayor's Reports, for the years 2000 to March 2008, can be found on the Mayor's Reports archive page.
The full papers for each Mayor's Question Time are available via the London Assembly meetings pages.
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