Shaun Bailey was born in a council house and raised by a single mum. He’s been homeless and out of work. But he turned his life around. And he spent twenty years helping young people do the same.
Now he’s a member of the London Assembly, helping to hold the Mayor to account.
Shaun’s story is only possible in London. But that doesn’t mean we’re perfect.
Too many Londoners feel like their priorities are being ignored. Crime is up. Investment is down. Our transport network is failing. And ordinary life is becoming too expensive.