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Political leaders campaigning in the Tower Hamlets council election campaign have come out in condemnation against an ‘anti-Semitic’ tweet by Labour party activists in the name of the Momentum group.

Another candidate in the Tower Hamlets election campaign has been involved in a violent incident while out canvassing on the doorstep.

Ex-mayor Lutfur Rahman dominated last night’s campaign launch by the new Aspire party in the Tower Hamlets council elections in his first major public rallying speech for three years.

A third of all Tower Hamlets council spending is going on adult social care with a growing ageing population, a Local Account report reveals.

Protesters trying to save the Jamboree nightspot in Limehouse from closing turned up with ragtime band to protest outside last night’s Tower Hamlets council meeting.

Protesters are turning up from different groups and organisations to picket tonight’s Tower Hamlets council meeting on different issues involving pensioners and night-clubbers.

Controversial plans to redevelop Poplar’s Chrisp Street Market have been deferred at a packed Tower Hamlets planning meeting.

The troubled youth service run by Tower Hamlets Council has been relaunched while police and town hall investigations continue into “missing” funds of an estimated £1million.

Plans for a new pedestrian footbridge over the Millwall Docks to bypass Canary Wharf’s ‘bottleneck footbridge’ have been unveiled today.

An athletics trainer awarded a British Empire Medal in the New Years’ Honours for services to community sport at Mile End stadium is calling for “badly needed investment” to get East End youngsters fit.

Staff are gearing up for their busiest time of the year at Tower Hamlets Council’s meals on wheels contract services team—the big Christmas break.

Tower Hamlets Mayor John Biggs has tonight defended the handling of a planning application for 65-storey skyscraper amid claims of a £2m bribery attempt.

Battling pub landlady Pauline Forster is getting an award after a pig’s ear of a war lasting a decade to defeat east London developers wanting to put up a block of flats on her doorstep.

Town Halls have less than 24 hours left to bid for the £1 million London ‘Borough of Culture’ title—with tomorrow’s midday deadline.

The Norwegian government minister for immigration has been finding out how east London is tackling youth radicalisation and extremism.

Feminist protesters disrupted a Tower Hamlets council meeting last night over the closure of an east London hostel for homeless women.

A police officer is facing a misconduct meeting over a 13-year-old girl being headlocked when arrested after a squabble with another girl outside Wapping High School.

An 11th-hour campaign to save a ‘women only’ hostel in Whitechapel has been started by a feminist group unfurling a 40ft banner in Brick Lane disrupting the street market.

Guy Fawkes gets his ‘come uppance’ again on November 5 when Victoria Park explodes in one of London’s best public fireworks displays.

A Somali festival opens this-evening in east London in a project aimed at helping a displaced community facing challenges in resettling.

Volunteers have been trained to delve into what makes people lonely in a study in east London by Tower Hamlets Health and Wellbeing Board.

Controversial plans to build a tower block on the ‘Limehouse Triangle’ nature preserve next to the Regent’s Canal in east London have been rejected by Tower Hamlets councillors yet again.

Campaigners have called on the Mayor of Tower Hamlets to save an historic Victorian gasholder in London’s East End which is being demolished.

Historic cottages said to have been illegally demolished on the Isle of Dogs must be re-built by the owners exactly as they stood before, Tower Hamlets council has ordered.

A landlord who dangerously packed 16 people including children into a three-bedroom ex-council flat in east London without fire protection has been fined more than £6,000.

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