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Thought for today 05.01.20

Which of the new Labour Leader contenders will repeat this simple Labour value? “The Labour Party will always put people first. Whether that’s building homes, investing to upgrade our economy or championing our public services. These policies represent the Labour ...

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Look out, Stepney: posh people coming!

IS STEPNEY to be the new Isle of Dogs? Details of an eye-wateringly expensive residential development have come to light which suggest that Whitechapel is being subjected to the same kind of random gentrification as E14. The Background It was ...

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Meals on Wheels cut: mystery deepens

WHY HAS Tower Hamlets Executive Mayor John Biggs ordered the closure of the Council Meals on Wheels Service, which provides meals to vulnerable adults? Service users and community activists have been raising concerns about what will happen when the service ...

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Sam Tarry wins Ilford South re-run

LABOUR PARTY members in the Ilford South constituency have chosen Sam Tarry to be their candidate at the next General Election. The selection is subject to endorsement by Labour’s National Executive Committee (NEC), which is thought to be a formality. ...

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