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Brent Lib Dems to welcome human rights campaigner Lord Avebury

Prominent human rights campaigner Lord (Eric) Avebury will be guest of honour at a tribute dinner in Wembley on Sunday 9 September.

The dinner is being organised by local resident Arvind Patel, who has known Lord Avebury for over 40 years, on behalf of Brent Liberal Democrats. 295 more words

Liberal Democrats

Wembley campaigner welcomes return of Marks and Spencer

Campaigning Wembley resident Afifa Parvez has welcomed official confirmation that Marks and Spencer is returning to Wembley.Afifa predicted last December that the return of Marks and Spencer to Wembley was closer than ever following a previous round of store announcements by… 185 more words


Persistent campaign for Wembley Central station improvements pays off

 A long-running campaign to improve facilities at Wembley Central tube station has paid off. Transport for London this week announced details of new lifts and a stair lift installed at Wembley Central station. 158 more words

Paul Lorber

Return of Marks and Spencer to Wembley is closer than ever

Quintain’s recent announcement that GAP and Nike will move into Wembley’s London Designer Outlet retail development shows that the return of Marks and Spencer to Wembley is closer than ever. 314 more words

Paul Lorber

Brent Liberal Democrats Choose Local Campaigner Afifa Pervez For Wembley

Reposted from: Sarah Teather and Brent Liberal Democrats website.

The Liberal Democrats have selected local Wembley campaigner and former Councillor Afifa Pervez as their candidate for the Wembley Central by-election, which takes place on Thursday 22 December. 325 more words

Paul Lorber

TfL turns deaf ear to calls for extension of 223 bus route via Northwick Park hospital

Transport for London has once again ignored Brent residents’ pleas to improve bus links to Northwick Park hospital.

As part of a recent TfL bus route consultation Sudbury’s Liberal Democrat councillors, Paul Lorber and Chandubhai Patel, urged Transport for London (TfL) to extend the 223 bus route to Harrow bus station. 220 more words

Paul Lorber