October 23 2014 Latest news:
The controversial cycle super highway network was being debated at the London Assembly today over whether it is more dangerous to riders than safe.
Consultations have been carried out today and yesterday over whether a gate should be erected to stop public access to a crime-ridden back alley in London’s Docklands.
A local council cabinet member for housing in London’s deprived East End has been named ‘hero of the year’ in the prestigious European Diversity awards.
Lutfur Rahman opened tonight’s cabinet meeting by angrily rebutting Theresa May’s claim the borough’s schools are at risk of influence from extremism.
Councillors are due to meet tonight at a Tower Hamlets cabinet meeting.
A major surgery facing closure in London’s deprived East End has been given an 11th hour reprieve to keep open for at least two years.
Breaking: Rushanara Ali has resigned from her post as shadow education minister over parliament’s decision to carry out air strikes in Iraq.
An off-the-books Islamic school has been raided by counter-terrorism police amid a row over extremism in Tower Hamlets.
On Monday, October 13, the Commons voted strongly in favour of recognising Palestine as a sovereign state.
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