Twitter | Search | |
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus)
This is the official Twitter account for the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan. Tweets before 9 May 2016 are from the previous Mayor.
18,387
Tweets
3,524
Following
3,262,615
Followers
Tweets
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) 2h
We must all continue to look after ourselves, especially in these uncertain times. 's virtual mental health festival for World Mental Health Day is on 10 October. I encourage all Londoners to sign up today. Check it out:
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) 4h
To the Jewish community in London, the UK and around the world — I wish you a very peaceful and meaningful . As we reflect on the last year and the challenge COVID-19 brings, please remember to follow the rules on social distancing to protect those you love.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) retweeted
NHS London 23h
If you're invited to a screening appointment by your GP, it's important you go. GP practices across London have put extra measures in place to keep you safe during your appointment.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) retweeted
Metropolitan Police 8h
This National Police Memorial Day is particularly poignant as so many mourn the death of a family member, a friend and a colleague. A wreath has been laid to commemorate all those who have lost their lives during service.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) 7h
Replying to @MayorofLondon
Sergeant Matt Ratana’s death is a stark reminder of the dangers our police officers face to keep Londoners safe. Today on we remember all the brave officers we have lost in the line of duty and give thanks for their service.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) 7h
This morning, I joined the Met Police Commissioner and the Home Secretary to lay a wreath in memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana who tragically lost his life while bravely serving our city. He was an example of the very best of London – and he will never be forgotten.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) 12h
We all have a part to play to slow the spread of coronavirus, and that starts with following the restrictions. Make sure you know the latest rules ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
This is not acceptable. I urge all protestors to leave now. Large gatherings are banned for a reason - you are putting the safety of our city at risk.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
Londoners, be sensible when going out this weekend: 😷 Wear a face covering in all public indoor spaces and whenever you can’t keep a 2m distance 🕙 Remember pubs, bars and restaurants will close at 10pm 🚇 Plan your journey to avoid using public transport at busy times
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
The more we learn about COVID-19 the clearer it is that face coverings are an absolutely vital tool in our fight against the virus. Wear one in all public indoor spaces and whenever you can’t keep a 2m distance from others. It is a simple and easy way we can all stop the spread.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
Face coverings are a vital tool in our fight against COVID-19. Wear one in all public indoor spaces and whenever you can’t keep a safe 2m distance from others. Remember — yours protects me, and mine protects you. Read our full list of guidance here ⬇️
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
The health of all Londoners is the top priority both for me and for . The NHS is here to help you - know the people to call: ➡️ For medical help, contact your GP ➡️ For urgent appointments, use NHS 111 online or call 111 ➡️ For a serious emergency, call 999
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) retweeted
Global Citizen UK Sep 26
Led by London and backed by Bristol! ✊ 🇬🇧 : "It's time for cities to ditch fossil fuel investments and accelerate green investments that drive low-carbon jobs."
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 26
If you’re going out this weekend, don’t get caught out: there are restrictions in place to keep you safe from coronavirus. Unsure of the latest Government guidelines? Here’s what you need to know:
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 25
This is a crucial moment in our fight to control this pandemic. Every single Londoner has a role to play. Please, take a moment to learn the new rules and make sure that you follow them.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 25
I want to extend my heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Sergeant Matt Ratana who tragically lost his life while on duty. He served our city for nearly 30 years as a police officer. His bravery and sacrifice will never be forgotten.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 25
I am devastated that a police officer has been killed in the line of duty protecting Londoners. My heart goes out to his family, friends and Met police colleagues. Via
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) retweeted
Metropolitan Police Sep 25
“The Met is a family. Policing is a family” 💙 Officers across London have today observed a minute silence, as a mark of respect for their fallen friend and colleague. Commissioner led reflections at New Scotland Yard alongside
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) Sep 25
Today at 4pm I will attend a minute’s silence at New Scotland Yard to honour the police officer who lost his life while on duty in Croydon. This brave officer has paid the ultimate price for helping to keep Londoners safe. He will never be forgotten.
Reply Retweet Like
Mayor of London (gov.uk/coronavirus) retweeted
BBC News (UK) Sep 25
“They often risk their lives to keep us safe” Mayor of London Sadiq Khan says it’s “heart-breaking” that a “brave” Met police officer has lost his life while doing his job
Reply Retweet Like