Mayor of London has worked from home despite denouncing the practice as a "skivers' paradise".
Ken Livingstone’s political career is over – but he still talks a good game. Here he praises Ed Miliband, traduces Boris Johnson and explains his big idea for reviving Britain.
The Tories should start preparing for the possibility of a mayoral by-election next year.
Conservative peer also says that Britain will join the euro, that UKIP is a "racist" party and that Boris Johnson shouldn't stand for parliament before 2016.
If the Mayor returns to parliament in 2015, he will need a London seat.
Contrary to reports, the mayor is keeping all options open.
The Lib Dems says the top tax rate will be cut "over my dead body". But he said the same about the 50p rate in 2011.
The mayor wants strikes to be banned unless 50 per cent of staff vote, but turnout in the 2012 mayoral election was just 38 per cent.
Blow for the Mayor of London as his proposal of a Thames Estuary airport is excluded as "there are too many uncertainties and challenges".
After previously denouncing efforts to reduce inequality as "futile", the mayor concedes that the gap between the rich and the poor is too large.