London night tsar faces down calls to quit: ‘I will be judged for what I do’
Amy Lamé rejects criticism that she hasn’t done enough to save the capital’s night-time culture which has been hit hard by the lockdown.
‘If you want a night tsar that will be out partying every night, you’ve got the wrong night tsar’ Amy Lamé, below
By Nosheen Iqbal
If Amy Lamé feels bruised by calls for her to quit her job, she is determined not to show it. The UK’s first “night tsar” has faced brutal criticism ever since she was hired in 2016 to champion London’s night-time culture. Nightclubs and music venue...
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