In the news

The London Fairness has had a range of media coverage about our events, engagements and recommendations both from journalists and commissioners.


Lord Victor Adebowale – Chair

Lord Adebowale: “It’s not about what I think, it’s about what Londoners think.”

Is London Fair?

The Black Cab Interviews


Four in five Londoners think their city should have a higher minimum wage than the rest of the country by Liz Meek

What do we mean by fairness in cities? by Danny Dorling and Richard Brooks

Who is going to heal London? by Danny Dorling

A London Fairness Commission by Sean Baine


Comment pieces, articles and press releases

London’s young people need someone to stop skyrocketing rents by Rohan Silva

One in two London workers feel they are unfairly paid by Pippa Crerar

Londoners speak: what’s fair and unfair about the city by Francesca Perry and Guardian readers

What would make London a fairer city? by Francesca Perry

Money talks: Brits say pay package most important concern when jobseeking by Rebecca Burn-Callander

A challenge for the London Fairness Commission – who are you going to annoy? by Will Horwitz

A Fair Deal by David Robinson

London Fairness Commission is launched at Toynbee Hall by Toynbee Hall

Press Release: Fair London? by Toynbee Hall

London Fairness Commission launch final report by Toynbee Hall