August 28 2014 Latest news:
Former East London MP George Galloway is facing a petition with nearly 20,000 names calling for him to be charged with public disorder for causing “harassment and alarm”.
Traffic-polluted main roads in east London are being excluded from a proposed Ultra Low Emission zone due to start in six years’ time, City Hall campaigners claim.
A People’s Manifesto is now targeting MPs and parliamentary candidates in the build-up to the 2015 General Election.
Michael James faces a mid-life crisis being booted out of the home he’s rented for 24 years in London’s East End—all because he says he complained about dangerous conditions in his block of flats.
The Black jihad flag of war similar to those flown by jihadist fighters in Iraq which was hoisted above a housing estate in London’s East End has been taken down after confrontation involving journalists and Muslim youths.
Doctors and patients are handing in a petition to Downing Street today to protest at threats to 22 surgeries across east London.
The controversial Palestinian flag ordered by Mayor Lutfur Rahman to be flown over Tower Hamlets town hall in London’s East End has been taken down.
Emergency resolutions were agreed at Tower Hamlets council last night for solidarity with the people of Gaza as Mayor Lutfur Rahman’s controversial Palestinian flag flew over the Town Hall.
EXCLUSIVE: The Mayor’s efforts to stop a BBC Panorama report scrutinising his record in office have been revealed in a letter written on the eve of the broadcast.
Protesters are lobbying tonight’s meeting of Tower Hamlets council over the Bedroom Tax and threats to GP surgeries in London’s deprived East End.
Tower Hamlets independent Mayor Lutfur Rahman has lost his High Court bid to throw out a challenge to May’s local election in London’s East End which put him back in power for a second term.
Detectives investigating the sexual assault of a teenage girl have released images of a man they would like to speak to.
The newly elected Tower Hamlets is finding its feet. Whilst the membership has changed, no fewer than seventeen of the forty five councillors are newly elected, other things remain constant. At our first full business meeting in July the Mayor, as usual refused to answer questions from either councillors or the public.
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