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TfL urged to publish Garden Bridge meeting records


Some 'Trust' - and the level of distrust in the blatantly devious antics of both the Garden Bridge Trust and TfL has surely reached a point where the only way to 'lance the boil' is to have an in-depth inquiry with the full force of the law. What Margaret Hodge discovered, despite limited authority and resources - together with the unsatisfactory performance of the Foreign Secretary in front of the London Assembly - surely amply demonstrate the need to establish the facts, and what can be learnt from them, outside the reach of political influence. And, in particular, to prevent any suspicion of a government cover-up to protect the status of the Foreign Secretary.

Posted date

28 March, 2018

Posted time

11:29 am