Mayor of London Boris Johnson faces scrutiny for the first time since the General Election on Thursday morning.
He will come under pressure to explain how he can balance the City Hall with his new jobs as MP and member of the Prime Minister’s political cabinet.
He will be asked how he intends to serve Londoners and No.10 while others will probe whether his insider access will bring fiscal devolution to London closer.
Meanwhile, member Tony Abour intends to raise the Tower Hamlets debacle. He will ask: “With a judge declaring that Lutfur Rahman 'had driven a coach and horses through local authority law' and finding him guilty of overseeing corrupt and illegal practices - why did the Metropolitan Police Service ignore repeated complaints about the situation in Tower Hamlets?
“Also, what steps are you taking to assist the local authority in ensuring the upcoming byelection is entirely free and fair?"