About Roger Evans

Roger Evans served as the Deputy Mayor of London, working closely with Conservative Mayor Boris Johnson until his retirement in May 2016. During his tenure, Roger was responsible for building links to business, hosting major events in Trafalgar Square and deputising for the Mayor at key events. He chaired the London Assembly, London’s tier of regional government, as well as serving on the police, transport and budget committees. From 2008 to 2011 he led the eleven strong Conservative Group at City Hall. First elected in 2000, Roger led detailed reviews of online crime, technology in policing, flood risk and industrial relations on the transport network. He was also a member of London’s fire and police authorities. Prior to 2000, he served for ten years as a Conservative Councillor at the London Borough of Waltham Forest.

DEMOCRACY IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND LONDON

By | 2018-03-10T22:49:14+00:00 10th March, 2018|

Will 2018 be the year of democracy in the Middle East? As we stride into the New Year, protestors are taking to the streets in Iranian cities to demand better rights and living conditions from their hard line religious rulers. Nobody knows where the protests will lead and some fear that the same chaos