It is time for action on inequality in London - we need to narrow the gaps between us

London is one of the most unequal cities in the developed world. A growing body of evidence shows that the greater the gap between rich and poor, the more society is damaged and we all suffer.

As inequality rises so does crime, anxiety, distrust and mental illness increase. Inequality damages the health and educational chances of our children, rich and poor. Inequality fuels London's housing crisis, and it is bad for the economy, according to dangerous radicals like the Bank of England, the World Bank and the OECD. Economic inequality harms everyone. And these harms cost taxpayers billions. Our extreme inequality is plainly unjust. But London doesn't have to be like this.

My Fair London campaigns to make London a fairer city, a city where people trust each other, where families can thrive, where people come together. A fairer London would be a more civilised city, a city where life is getting better, a city that leads the world in tackling the many problems that face us.

We are a group of ordinary Londoners. We organise campaigns, support local groups, try to come up with ideas that will make a difference. One particular focus is to try and influence the Mayor of London his policies.

We are determined to change our city for the better. Get involved. Sign up as a supporter. Check out the blog pages on this site to read more about inequality in London and what needs to be done.

Join us and help us create a fairer city for everyone 



We hold monthly open group meetings to plan our actions. We also organise regular public meetings and discussions about inequality, often with prominent speakers. Sign up as a supporter and you'll get regular emails keeping you up to date with our activities. Our meetings are usually on weekday evenings and start at 6:30pm

My Fair London is affiliated to The Equality Trust, the national equality charity.

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May 12, 2019

Inequality and the monarchy

Anti-monarchist group hones arguments at members’ day MFL activist Tom McDonough attended Republic’s members’ day expecting to find common cause with anti-monarchists but discovered their focus is not socio-economic justice. The gentle rebels For activists dedicated to overthrowing the Royal...

Feb 02, 2019

Fight inequality, 'Speaking to Power' in Davos week

My Fair London activist Tom McDonough reports from the 'Speaking to Power' event in London on 19th January, part of the Fight Inequality Alliance's Global Week of Action, as the world's elite met in Davos Between sets of reggae and hiphop played...

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