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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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Letters, contributions and comments sent in to the Advertiser this week.

I've just launched my 'Liveable Streets' programme which will see a significant investment to improve the appearance and safety of our streets.

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Raines Foundation secondary school in Bethnal Green recently celebrated its 300-year anniversary.

Tower Hamlets Council has strongly rejected "skewed and cynical" claims that it failed to protect teenage Islamic State bride Shamima Begum before she fled to Syria in 2015.

Three Extinction Rebellion activists who allegedly glued themselves to a train at Canary Wharf station as part of an environment protest will stand trial in December.

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Crime remains one of the top concerns of Londoners and City Hall has a vital role in highlighting issues facing local communities.

A banker "didn't even think" before using his skateboard to fight off a London Bridge terrorist who looked "like the devil", an inquest has heard.

After Grenfell, the government said it would make all high-rise flats safe. But two years later, there are thousands of people, including here in east London, living in flats with flammable cladding on their building.

Three people have denied obstructing a railway by gluing themselves to trains at Canary Wharf station.

Two victims of the London Bridge terror attack would be alive today if barriers had been put up after a similar atrocity two months before, an inquest has heard.

A victim of the London Bridge attack swung his skateboard at the terrorists as police desperately tried to help injured people, an inquest has heard.

It's one year since I was re-elected and in that time we've delivered a great deal of progress.

A man accused of killing his fiancée at their Whitechapel home has appeared at the Old Bailey.

I was proud to join the TSSA Union outside City Hall recently as they lobbied Transport for London over further austerity cuts.

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