The shadow London minister's book sets out the policies required to prevent the capital becoming an ever-more divided city.
The shadow London minister tells the New Statesman: "I’ve got no interest in being involved in a beauty parade" and accuses Labour's mayoral hopefuls of "playing ego politics."
The frontrunner announces she will stand down as an MP at the next election just days before debating Adonis, Abbott, Khan and Lammy.
It's hard not to see the prospect of all-night Tube parties as a distraction from the larger issue of budget cuts to the capital's transport network.
Boris Johnson's time as mayor has been marked by expensive vanity projects masquerading as practical transport upgrades.
Possible contenders, the one to watch, and the joker in the pack.
At Elephant & Castle you can see exactly how London's mixed communities are being forced to give way to regeneration.
A parked Bentley with the number plate I H8 TAX summarises everything that's going wrong with our beloved Heath.
David Lammy, Sadiq Khan, Diane Abbott and the other runners and riders.