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Worshippers took to the streets after their Sunday service in a London Citizens campaign for ‘affordable’ housing in the East End.

“St Leonard’s should have been idyllic,” says Paul Connolly, a resident of the former Tower Hamlets’ children’s home where sexual abuse was rife.

The Labour Mayor of Tower Hamlets, John Briggs, has called for urgent changes to the law to tackle further acid attacks.

The deputy mayor running Tower Hamlets children’s services in east London which came under fire for not knowing if fostered youngsters were being “abandoned or trafficked” is quitting.

A petition by 2,000 schoolchildren has failed to stop Tower Hamlets Youth Sports Foundation being axed in a stormy council debate last night.

It was a massive gamble when Theresa May called a snap general election and it looks not to have paid off as she now faces calls to quit after the UK woke up to a hung parliament.

The winning MPs said they were “delighted” to hold their seats amid the new certainty that the country will today be facing a hung parliament after huge Labour gains.

The Tower Hamlets candidates for the general election 2017 have been announced.

The prime minister’s sudden announcement of a snap general election came as a shock to Labour’s Jim Fitzpatrick.

Opponents have accused Tower Hamlets’ Labour Mayor of failing the children of London’s East End after Friday’s damning Ofsted Report into the council’s children’s services.

“Major failings” by police led allowed electoral fraud Lutfur Rahman to remain mayor as evidence was missed, an investigation concluded today.

Attempts by banned former mayor Lutfur Rahman to get back into Tower Hamlets politics has hit yet another crisis in his troubled career as he faces a four-day Solicitors Regulation Authority disciplinary tribunal starting next Tuesday.

Protesters picketed en mass last night’s budget meeting at Tower Hamlets Council as a £75 million raft of public service cuts was voted through.

Jeremy Corbyn’s three-line whip supporting the Brexit vote in the Commons yesterday which led to 50 Labour MPs rebelling has had a knock-on effect causing the party to lose overall control on a local council in east London.

Police are under fire from council leaders in east London at City Hall this-morning over their failure to prosecute anyone following the corrupted 2014 Tower Hamlets local elections.

Police come under fire at City Hall tomorrow (Thurs) over failing to arrest or prosecute anyone in the corrupt 2014 Tower Hamlets local election which eventually got Lutfur Rahman banned from office—they are being accused of “political correctness” and ignoring witnesses.

We’ve reached the end of the line with our nightly series on the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary by looking at the fall from grace of an elected mayor and the start of London’s ‘super tube’ giving hope for the East End’s future. It’s how we’ll be shaping up for the next 150 years reporting the news...

The 1960s are the years of “all change” when nothing seems to stay the same. Our nightly series marking the East London Advertiser’s 150th anniversary reaches the decade that begins with the loss of our clean, silent-running and environmentally-friendly trolley buses, to the formation of the new London Borough of Tower Hamlets half way through, the East London Advertiser’s own centenary a year later and ending with a rebellious Isle of Dogs trying to break away...

Power is being given back to the controversial Tower Hamlets council two years after Government commissioners were sent in to tackle corruption and malpractice in public office during the Lutfur Rahman administration.

Labour took a bruising at last night’s Whitechapel by-election result in east London when a “novice” independent candidate won the seat on Tower Hamlets Council with a runaway majority.

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