Boris in spotlight over plans to spend �14bn London budget

BORIS Johnson is in for tough questioning by the London Assembly over his proposed �14 billion budget. The Mayor goes before the Assembly at 10am tomorrow to explain his draft proposals for 2010-11

BORIS Johnson is in for tough questioning by the London Assembly over his proposed �14 billion budget.

The Mayor goes before the Assembly at 10am tomorrow to explain his draft proposals for 2010-11.

He is being quizzed by Assembly members on his spending plans for the Police and Fire authorities, London Development Agency and Transport for London. Boris would have to deal with any amendments passed by the Assembly when he puts forward his final budget on February 10.

The full agenda of Mayor's Question Time is online on the London Assembly's website. The public meeting at 10am at City Hall, near Tower Bridge, can also be viewed on the Assembly's webcast.


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