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Regular news: Issue 596 11 May 2012

Local Election Round Up

An expansion of bike hire to the suburbs, the delivery of hundreds of the New Bus for London, and a bid to secure more control over the capital’s rail services, will be among the priorities of Boris Johnson, who was elected London’s mayor for a second term last week.

Johnson beat his closest rival, the Labour candidate Ken Livingstone, by a narrow majority. But the Conservative mayor’s policies will face intense scrutiny from the London Assembly, where Labour won more...

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