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FOUR FIFTHS OF LONDONERS WANT CITY-WIDE AUTHORITY, SAYS ALA

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Four fifths of Londoners want an elected city-wide authority, a new survey by the ALA has revealed. ...
Four fifths of Londoners want an elected city-wide authority, a new survey by the ALA has revealed.

The independent poll released on the day Environment Secretary, John Gummer, launches a 'consultation' document on the capital's future, also put rising crime, lack of jobs, the NHS and homelessness at top of Londoners list of concerns.

ALA Chairperson Toby Harris said this poll confirmed the 'real' fear of Londoners: 'If government ministers are seriously concerned about our city, and should listen to what Londoners are saying.'
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