Sadiq Khan says he wants the cash to bridge the skills gap that London will face as the UK leaves the EU
The lives of many people including a solider, a sex worker a builder and an elderly couple are told in a new book about homelessness.
Matt Withers in the studio
60% of families living in temporary accommodation in London are working.
The business has been in the family for almost 60 years
The ruling could have huge ramifications for other self employed people
They're protesting against low wages and their rights
The new initiative from City Hall comes of the back of findings that many companies are overlooking talented black teenagers
More than 80 percent of Londoners think their employer should be doing more to support their wellbeing
Workers have walked out over pay and conditions.
18-24 year olds put their digital skills to use
The £114 million scheme to may London's youth more employable.
Crossrail's Elizabeth line station hosted a celebration of National Apprenticeship Week.
City Hall's Economy Committee says 600,000 jobs are filled by people born in EU countries.
New event in Herne Hill aims to get young people into creative jobs