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Whitechapel is steeped in a rich and varied history of religious heritage, industry and progressive politics.

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Mental health services for children and young people are in crisis.

I'm delighted that Tower Hamlets children's services have recently been rated 'Good' by Ofsted.

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Following TfL's announcement that the Rotherhithe-Canary Wharf bridge project has been put on hold, I attended recent London Assembly Budget and Transport Committee meetings to hear about the reasons behind the delay and the alternative solutions under consideration.

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On just one day last week, three people entered the waters of the River Thames and did not resurface, one at Waterloo, one at Kingston-on-Thames and one at Shadwell Basin.

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The people involved with Extinction Rebellion have confronted the government with the uncomfortable truth that time is running out to protect the planet.

A graphic designer has admitted killing his Australian fiancée who was bludgeoned to death at their Whitechapel home.

A family's fight to take their seriously ill daughter to Italy for treatment after doctors said it would be in her best interests to be allowed to die will be heard at the High Court in September.

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Campaigners fighting to keep the East End's oldest school from being shut down faced councillors to argue that their children would miss out on a "Christian ethos education" if it were closed.

More must be done to combat childhood obesity in Tower Hamlets, health and education professionals have said.

A judge has overturned a ruling that a Tower Hamlets woman with learning difficulties is no longer able to consent to making love with her husband of more than 25 years.

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Last month after having spent £13 million the mayor of London stopped work on what would have been the largest pedestrian and cycle bridge in the world between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf.

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I have written to our local borough commander, Sue Williams, following the recent tragic murders that have taken place in the borough, to ask for an update on the additional police support that is being put in place in the local community.

An "angry" gambling addict stabbed his wife 58 times in a row over money, a court has heard.

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Does anyone know what is going on with our schools? Tower Hamlets Council certainly doesn't.

Families of two of the London Bridge attack victims had to wait for several days to learn the fate of their loved ones after their identification documents were sent to an exhibit store, an inquest has heard.

A Tower Hamlets man who refused to register his son's birth because he did not want the state to control the youngster has lost a High Court fight.

Many people in east London are shocked and outraged on hearing that the free TV licence for over-75s is being scrapped.

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