The Mayor's planned above-inflation jump in fares will negatively impact London's commuters, and is just one aspect of the wider poor transport legacy of his mayoralty.
The awareness that the party’s contradictions will not be resolved by Cameron explains the yearning for a new chieftain.
The Conservatives need to change more than just their leader if they are to win a majority.
The airport, which the Mayor has demanded be closed, is one of the biggest local employers.
With Johnson departing, City Hall is the opposition's for the taking. But which contender will move first?
When it comes to tackling the real issues facing the city, Boris has failed spectacularly.
Boris appears to have at least five good options.
The Mayor of London, who has announced he'll be running to be an MP, has consistently denied his wish to return to parliament in 2015.
Johnson's pledge to serve a full term leaves him in a difficult position if the Tories are defeated in 2015.
He says he intends to serve out his second term as London Mayor, and does not have a specific constituency in his sights yet.