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Past articles by Dave:

Ten years on from the London 2012 Olympics, what is its legacy?

It often feels as if the Britain that hosted the Games no longer exists → Read More

What Harry and Meghan’s cake tells us about east London’s hipster takeover

The relationship between privation and poshness has reached a royal climax → Read More

Regeneration – or pushing out the poor? Labour divides in bitter housing battle

The fierce opposition to Haringey council’s regeneration deal goes to the heart of a national debate – and tests Corbyn’s party → Read More

Can the Liberal Democrat Tom Brake keep the Tories at bay in Carshalton?

If Carshalton’s Kippers join the Tory shoal, Brake will drown in the blue tide. → Read More

How Islington shaped Jeremy Corbyn

The Labour leader is sustained by an old north London brand of abstract idealism, dauntless optimism, moral indignation and discomfort with change. → Read More

'Filthy glamour': could polluted Marylebone Road help fix London's air?

Marylebone Road has the odd distinction of being the world’s most studied road in terms of air pollution – yet remains a chief culprit in London’s ‘shameful’ air quality. Now it’s home to a series of new experiments → Read More

London must remain open to the world

The capital should have its own migration system to help it to help Britain survive leaving the EU → Read More

Labour NEC asked to inquire into Newham mayoral 'trigger ballot'

Nearly 50 party members in the east London borough want their national ruling body to examine claims that the process for reselecting Sir Robin Wales was flawed → Read More

High density London: past, present and future

Large numbers of people living on small amounts of land is neither wholly alien to the capital’s traditions nor a sign of social deprivation → Read More

Garden Bridge: don't bank on it not being built

The mayor’s stance on the controversial Thames crossing project and the optimism of those behind it show that predictions of its demise may prove premature → Read More

The long war of mini-Holland in Enfield

Disputes about the installation of cycle lanes on main roads through a north London suburb continue to rage → Read More

Transforming Tottenham: a short film about change in London

A part of the capital best known for football and riots is undergoing a major metamorphosis, driven by its local authority. What are its aims and how do local people feel about it? → Read More

Transport for London explains plans to get buses back on right road

Leaders of the mayor’s transport team say they can liberate a key public transport service from costly road traffic congestion → Read More

The cave of wonders that is Travel in London report number nine

Transport for London’s latest annual orgy of statistical delights tells of ongoing successes and growing challenges with keeping the capital moving → Read More

London must stand strong in 2017 if its golden age is not to end

The UK capital’s politicians and other influential groups need to maintain their unanimity of purpose if the city is to continue to prosper in the year of uncertainties ahead → Read More

Brexit Britain will depend on 'foreign' London and its Muslim mayor in 2017

The country needs a successful capital more than ever and it will help if Sadiq Khan builds on his solid start → Read More

Christmas in London, 2016

The festive season in the capital reflects much about the city itself → Read More

The future of Denmark Street: rebirth opportunity or dystopian hell?

There are two very different views about the redevelopment of one of London’s most famous creative clusters → Read More

West Ham fans on film on their new stadium: a range of views

Halfway through the season, some supporters of the East London club love their new home, some loathe it and others are just getting used to it → Read More

London gentrification: cliches and conundrums (and hipsters)

Reducing a complex outcome of the capital’s successes to all bad or all good doesn’t help us deal with it effectively → Read More