. . The MP Kelvin Davis said Māori wanted a measure of autonomy over the education of their children. 111 more words
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Every now and then a headline comes up that becomes the basis of government policy, if it’s appropriate. The headline this week is how much are people paid, in particular academics, and whether this pay is justified, and whether they, or indeed anyone else, ought to be paid more than the prime minister. 917 more words
Thursday 27th July – Forest Gate North Labour Party will be holding an Anti Fascist/Anti Nazi vigil to remember those 20 or so local residents killed by a V1 rocket on the 27th of July 1944. 135 more words
The engine of the icecream van in Southwark Park, in Bermondsey, has been belching out toxic fumes all throughout the summer.
The van has been emitting fumes for hours on end, very close to an outdoor café, which is popular with young children and families and is right by a children’s playground. 107 more words
Jeremy Corbyn has insisted that he never promised to write off student debt amid accusations he used the youth vote as ‘election fodder’.
It has been claimed that Corbyn had indicated he would wipe out sums owed by students during the election campaign by saying he would look at ways of reducing the debt burden faced by many. 261 more words
How do we build on Labour’s election results? Not by misunderstanding our position with working class voters.
by Andrew Murray
How does Labour do even better next time? There is no more important debate, so almost any contribution to it has to be welcome. 2,335 more words