Thousands of Afghans have started new lives as Londoners.
London will be facing extreme hot weather from Sunday. Boroughs will be stepping up the support and advice they have been sharing with local communities to help them prepare.
For London Pride this year, Do It London’s outreach team will be marching in the parade and setting up a health promotion stand where HIV testing, condoms, and sexual health advice will be on offer.
On the second anniversary of the first Covid-19 lockdown, London Councils' Chair, Cllr Georgia Gould, reflects on the impact of the pandemic on Londoners.
London Councils responds to Government announcing the Living with Covid plan.
London Councils' response to Government announcing that Plan B measures will be lifted.
The London Councils Grants Committee has agreed funding for a four-year pan-London grants programme to tackle homelessness and combat domestic and sexual abuse. This latest phase of the grants programme, which will run from 2022 to 2026, is funded by London boroughs on a cross-party basis and will provide support to London’s most vulnerable residents.
As Covid-19 case rates in London remain high and hospitals throughout the capital care for more than 4,000 patients who are seriously ill with the virus, London Councils is urging Londoners to push through pandemic fatigue by continuing to test and get vaccinated to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.
Boroughs are playing an instrumental role in delivering wraparound support to families living in hotels.
Reflecting on the 40th anniversary of the first HIV diagnosis in the UK, London local government has reaffirmed its commitment to achieving zero new HIV diagnoses within the decade.