London, 9 May 2021 – In his acceptance speech Sadiq Khan thanked not only Labour Party voters but also “non Labour voters” stressing he will be the Mayor for all and also for all those who did not vote for him.
A number of London constituencies, represented in the British Parliament by a Conservative MP, did confirm their trust in Khan, voting the person and not the party, the successful results of nearly five years of City Hall administration.
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London – Crisis is a charity where people believe homelessness can be ended. Its CEO Jon Sparkes launched an appeal for a cross-party manifesto along with the main British homeless charities, to ask all politicians to agree a common policy to tackle the issue. “On its own the delivery of lots of new houses won’t end homelessness, but as part of a package of interventions is hugely important. Our research says that England and Wales need 90.000 new social homes per year for the next 15 years”.