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2014/10/23 15:37
2014/10/23 15:37
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The mayor of London has apologised to residents of Waltham Forest over lack of communication as a police station is set to close. Plans to shut the last hub for officers in Leytonstone were first...
2014/10/23 15:37
2014/10/23 15:37
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2014/10/23 12:13
2014/10/23 12:13
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Yesterday, at a meeting of the London Assembly, he suggested that his target of March 2015 for completing 55,000 affordable new homes would not now be met; instead, the likely date for completion...
2014/10/23 12:01
2014/10/23 12:01
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The Mayor’s target of 50,000 affordable homes to be built by March 2015 looks like it could be in jeopardy, following yesterday’s Mayor’s Question Time (MQT). It’s long been speculated that with...
2014/10/23 11:13
2014/10/23 11:13
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The Mayor was pushed into acknowledging his schedule may slip during a session at the London Assembly. He and his top officials have previously stated the affordable homes would be built in the...
2014/10/23 11:05
2014/10/23 11:05
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London Mayor Boris Johnson couldn't give a definite answer when quizzed over whether West Ham could stop Tottenham Hotspur using the Olympic Stadium. London Mayor Boris Johnson was non-committal when...
2014/10/23 10:13
2014/10/23 10:13
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The Home Secretary said she wanted to see clearer data on the reasons why Tasers were used on each occasion they were deployed and the outcome in a bid to bring “proper transparency” to the...
2014/10/22 11:13
2014/10/22 11:13
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The work estimates that fracking south of the capital could deliver 46,000 jobs in and around London, employing everyone from lorry drivers to financiers. But Tories behind the research claim...
2014/10/21 17:37
2014/10/21 17:37
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Jenny Jones, 64, who is deputy chair of the police and crime committee at the London Assembly, was arrested by Metropolitan Police officers after she went to investigate complaints of heavy-handed...
2014/10/21 17:16
2014/10/21 17:16
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An eight-year-old girl has named the Thames river barge that helped remove the Battersea Power Station cranes. The cranes before their removal An event today (Tuesday, October 21) officially named...
2014/10/21 11:24
2014/10/21 11:24
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Improving access to GPs is now the clear priority for Londoners particularly as 90 per cent of all NHS patient contacts are in general practice. The Prime Minister recently floated the idea of seven...
2014/10/20 17:13
2014/10/20 17:13
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Islamic State is a symptom of the failure of Western policies in the region over the past century, whereby we have always put our economic interests before our values, propping up oligarchies and...
2014/10/17 18:42
2014/10/17 18:42
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There is no democratic country in the world whose main lawmaking body is made up of a first and second class of elected representatives. And there is no state in the world, federal or otherwise, in...
2014/10/17 16:24
2014/10/17 16:24
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The problem for smaller parties, as demonstrated by Ukip, is that they often only have one prominent figure known to the public and constantly interviewed by journalists. Nigel Farage seems to be...
2014/10/17 11:24
2014/10/17 11:24
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Four years ago the Prime Minister proclaimed his desire to help make East London one of the world’s great technology centres. We have made significant progress since then, but now proposed changes to...
2014/10/16 14:55
2014/10/16 14:55
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The Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) is to ask the government to change laws to prevent profit-making businesses setting up non-profit subsidiaries as housing associations for tax purposes. From...
2014/10/16 09:27
2014/10/16 09:27
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Another proposal to turn a town centre office block into flats has been submitted to planners. Queens House, in Kymberley Road, Harrow town centre, is due to be converted into 64 self contained...
2014/10/16 00:39
2014/10/16 00:39
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Thousands of court cases are collapsing each year due to missing evidence or paperwork. Of the 73,143 prosecutions dropped in 2013/14, 6,438 did not proceed because an essential statement, exhibit or...
2014/10/15 23:42
2014/10/15 23:42
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There will be more Rotherham-style child sexual exploitation scandals unearthed in the coming months as the “stone is lifted” on the scale of abuse perpetuated on the young, one of Britain’s top...
2014/10/15 09:13
2014/10/15 09:13
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Andrew Gilligan claimed more women and older cyclists would mean fewer pedestrians injured by boisterous male riders. The Mayor’s Cycling Commissioner said he wants a “continental” culture with...
2014/10/14 18:42
2014/10/14 18:42
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This week the Mipim property fair is in London (Opinion, 14 October). A breeding ground for property developers, investment bankers, landlords and sellout politicians, Mipim represents the celebration...
2014/10/23 15:37
2014/10/23 15:37
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