Once every six months, the mayor and London Assembly decamp to somewhere in London and spend two hours answering your questions. Your next chance is in Croydon on 3 March at 7pm. Tickets are free, but you should book in advance as these events tend to be oversubscribed.
This will be Boris Johnson's last People's Question Time before standing down as mayor in May; several Assembly Members are also standing down. You might wonder what the point is, then, of quizzing people who won't be in a position to do anything in a couple of months. But the budget will affect police, fire and transport for some years to come; housebuilding and planning strategy is a juggernaut that takes a while to turn around; and how about asking the mayor about some of the topics du jour, like the row over Garden Bridge procurement, potential Tramlink extensions or Croydon's current penchant for skyscrapers?
Reserve your ticket for the event at Fairfield Halls via the City Hall website.