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Making a Difference with Less

With this Labour administration, Islington Council is on the side of ordinary working people.

Despite the massive cuts imposed on Islington by the Tory Government (and their Lib Dem helpers) I’m proud of everything we’ve done for our borough over the last few years. 28 more words

Why vote Labour in Islington?

This election in Islington boils down to a choice between Islington Labour and the Tories.

Once again, the Tories have decided that their own political opportunism should come before the needs of working people in Islington. 560 more words

Free School Meals for All

One of Islington Labour’s policies that I’m most proud of is the introduction of free school meals for all primary school children.

Islington Labour introduced this policy in Islington in 2010 in the face of strong opposition from our then  Lib Dem opposition. 138 more words

Where there's weddings, there's wonga...

WHEN TV producers came knocking at Islington Council’s door this time last year asking whether its registrars could marry four sets of complete strangers for the intriguing Channel 4 series… 325 more words

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Fabric London to Re-Open

After the club had its license revoked in September, Fabric London is to re-open after the club agreed to comprehensive new operating procedures with Islington Council. 399 more words


Fabric's closure: a cultural wake-up call

An “institution”, a “global beacon of club culture”, the “greatest underground club in the world” – is Fabric really going to be consigned to the rubbish heap of history? 2,417 more words


Islington Child Abuse Part Three

This article appeared in Ceylon Today on Thursday September 22 2016.

In previous articles I tried to address the conundrum of why the UK media are taking so little current interest in Jeremy Corbyn’s dereliction of duty during the Islington care homes saga. 1,490 more words

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