A PERK for the flatmates of Transport for London (TfL) employees is costing Londoners more than £33m a year in lost revenue, according to new figures.
An analysis by London Assembly Tories has called on mayor Sadiq Khan to scrap the "ridiculous" benefit, currently available to anyone sharing a residence with a TfL worker.
Instead, the capital's Tories say Khan could offer free travel to firefighters for just £19.8m over four years, saving £113.4m over the same period.
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