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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

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In the wake of the coronavirus crisis, the necessary scale of intervention and funding is still yet to be delivered.

Neighbours are setting up groups across the East End to “connect to people” with offers of help during the current Coronavirus crisis.

The coronavirus crisis is dominating the headlines, with the number of confirmed cases standing at 3,269 as of yesterday (March 20).

I recently marked International Women’s Day by attending the speaker of Tower Hamlets’ charity tea reception in Canary Wharf.

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

NHS England confirmed Tower Hamlets has its first case of Covid-19 and on Monday my surgery was inundated with questions about this.

The new chancellor Rishi Sunak will want us to think everything is going well with the UK economy when he presents his budget next week on March 11.

Our council budget has now been agreed by councillors and the good news is I’m pleased that we are continuing to protect services for residents while continuing to have the seventh lowest council tax in London.

Festival organisers AEG Presents will once again be providing a variety of exciting opportunities for young people at this year’s event

Walk through Spitalfields and you may be surprised to see an endearing shopfront with “Hackney Made Collective” displayed in the window.

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

Stroudley Walk in Bow is now owned by Tower Hamlets Council.

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

December’s election result will have implications for London’s communities, accentuated by Britain’s departure from the EU.

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

In November last year I proposed a motion at council that it has a duty to support and assist people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) to enable them to access appropriate living conditions; with a couple of minor amendments it was unanimously passed.

Looking to rent in London? Securing the keys to a new home in any big city can be an ordeal but there is a way to avoid the common pitfalls of London rentals - dodgy landlords, dubious décor and downright dicey security.

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

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