Mayor of London
The Mayor of London is an elected politician in London. The role, created in 2000, was the first directly elected mayor in the United Kingdom. The Mayor of London is also referred to as the London Mayor, a form which helps to avoid confusion with the Lord Mayor of London, the ancient and now mainly ceremonial role in the City of London. The Mayor of London is mayor of Greater London, which has a population of over 7.5 million while the City of London is only a small part of the modern city centre and has a population of less than 10,000.
|No courtesy or style ascribed
Mr Mayor (formally)
The Right Honourable (formal)
|Greater London Authority
London Mayoral Cabinet
|City Hall, London
|Electorate of London
|Four years, renewable
|Greater London Authority Act 1999
The first elected Mayor of London is Ken Livingstone, who was re-elected in 2004. Boris Johnson was elected mayor in 2008. Johnson announced that he will not run for re-election in 2016. Sadiq Khan was elected mayor in 2016.
The Mayor is responsible for budgeting and strategic planning of some governmental functions across the whole of the London region. The plans of the mayor are looked at by the London Assembly and actioned by the Greater London Authority. Responsibilities include transport, the police, fire and emergency services, cultural strategy and economic development.
The mayor of London's salary is one that ranks along that of a government cabinet minister's. The current salary is £137,579 per year.
List of mayors of London change
This provides a list of people who have held the office of Mayor of London,
|Time in Office
|Labour Party (UK)
|Conservative Party (UK)
|Sadiq Khan (Incumbent)
|Labour Party (UK)
Other websites change
- "Mayor of London". debretts.com. Archived from the original on 29 March 2016. Retrieved 6 April 2016.
- "UK Government Web Archive". Archived from the original on 2011-10-04. Retrieved 2013-10-05.