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London LibDems' EU Referendum Rally

Though we don’t yet have an official date yet for Britain’s IN/OUT EU Referendum, the hot money is on 23 June — or at least that is what the attendees at yesterday’s London Liberal Democrats’ EU Referendum Rally were told. 392 more words

Ambulance chief insists 'inadequate' service now able to handle Paris-style terror attack

London Ambulance Service’s chief executive today insisted it was well-prepared to deal with a Paris-style terror attack despite it becoming the first in the country to be rated “inadequate” by the NHS watchdog. 617 more words

Health

London Liberal Democrats' Autumn Conference

Given the drubbing that the party received at the General Election in May — losing all but one MP, Tom Brake, in London — London Liberal Democrats were in amazingly high spirits at their AGM at the University of West London today. 421 more words

on a brief p.s. for #LondonMayor2016 candidates re #ElephantPark (f.a.o. @SianBerry and @SadiqKhan)

LEND LEASE HAVE NOT DELIVERED. FURTHER ELEPHANT PARK APPLICATIONS MUST AWAIT IMPLEMENTATION OF EARLIER PERMITTED APPLICATIONS AS A BASIC MINIMUM. THE FUTURE MAYOR SHOULD LEAD BY MAKING THAT UNEQUIVOCALLY CLEAR NOW. 452 more words

Campaign Objectives

Snubbed again, McKenzie fails to make UKIP's first XI

There must be an election coming up: Croydon’s serial political loser, Winston McKenzie, has been on the telly again.

Not that his latest incoherent appearance did McKenzie any good, because UKIP managed to snub him over selections as their candidate for London Mayor. 789 more words

Conservative

The real side of Boris Johnson, Not the fairy tale Angela makes out

If you want to believe the fairy tales that Angela makes up then so be it, But this eccentric lady has a far more vivid imagination than J K Rowling, At least JK made a mint out of her warped imagination. 179 more words

London

The LibDem Conference Rally

The Liberal Democrat conference in Bournemouth is reportedly the best-attended ever, and certainly the traditional opening rally last night was packed, including many new faces. One of the thousands of new party members, a 19-year student from Bristol called Amy, followed party president Sal Brinton as a speaker, describing her own journey into membership. 202 more words