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Labour pledges to restore police cuts

“UNACCEPTABLE” – that’s what Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn has called the 20,000 cut in the number of police officers under the last two Tory Governments. Labour has pledged to provide 10,000 extra officers if it wins the General Election. Labour’s ...

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Local Group marks Nakba Week

TWO TOWER HAMLETS groups which campaign in support of the Palestians are holding a special event to mark Nakba Week. The Tower Hamlets branch of the national Palestine Solidarity Campaign and the Tower Hamlets & Jenin Friendship Association will be ...

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Brexit: EU prepares to take on May

THERESA MAY’S “cut and run” election has been exposed as a desperate gamble based on self-preservation rather than a move which can strengthen the UK’s hand in Brexit negotiations. The Prime Minister had claimed she had decided to hold a ...

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Game on – here we go!

THE HOUSE OF COMMONS has voted by 522 votes to 13 to dissolve Parliament on the basis that a General Election will be held on Thursday, 8th June. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, argued that the Election was necessary because ...

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