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Come to the General Meeting on Tuesday 24 November at its original time

The time of the meeting has been returned to 7:30 pm from 6:30 pm because it will not now begin with a discussion with Councillor Paul Convery. 33 more words

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Richard Watt's latest Leader's Question Time on Thursday 10 September in St John's Way N19

On Thursday 10th September, at 7pm, Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council will be hosting the latest ‘Leader’s Question Time’ event at Caxton House, 129 St. 96 more words

A Plaque For Nina Bawden | Spitalfields Life

Buy Carrie’s War (New Windmills)

Originally posted on Spitalfields Life.

‘Islington Council is unveiling a plaque for my friend & mentor, the novelist Nina Bawden, at midday on Friday 11th September, at her former home, 22 Noel Rd, N1, and you are very welcome to attend. 220 more words


All in Islington: Keeping the Paralympic Legacy Alive

With the announcement of the disability sports project ‘All in Islington,’ it appears that Islington will be keeping London’s Paralympic Legacy alive.

Officially launched on August 6th, it offers a wide range of activities, including: badminton and Pilates taster sessions, swimming lessons for people with physical and learning disabilities, coaching training for them along with disability training for leisure centre staff, fitness and sports coaches. 202 more words


'I saw fans die in front of me'

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ANDY Burnham comes to Camden this week looking to emulate the Jeremy Corbyn’s queues-around-the-block gig a few weeks ago. He will be meeting supporters at an event at St Pancras Church, which is where his biggest local backer, Keir Starmer, was selected to stand for Parliament at the end of last year. 438 more words

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Your chance to make your mark on the Cally Bridge

Cally Colour Chart is to be a lighting display under the Cally Bridge that interacts with the traffic. A colour will emerge, while the name of the colour will appear on a screen. 67 more words

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We can’t ignore the unjust practice of blacklisting

Our lives our defined by our work, the communities we come from and our most strongly held values and beliefs. Defending and strengthening our rights at work is at the heart of what it means to be Labour. 576 more words