Saturday, October 17, 2020

The second Covid-19 wave is upon us and east London is particularly affected.

London’s East End has been home to people of African and Caribbean origin since at least the 16th century.

The government should protect people from the economic impact of coronavirus.

After many attempts I was successful in the ballot for Prime Minister’s Questions.

We’ve faced over a decade of cuts to public services under the government’s austerity programme.

Four times I have asked Tower Hamlets Council to provide a detailed breakdown of the cost of Covid, four times I have been refused or blocked.

The iconic Tower Bridge is now opening up to be hired for daytime weddings as well as its usual job opening up for ships to pass through.

As lockdown has lifted, the night time economy in Shoreditch has come back with a bang.

Do you know of anyone who does not want to live in a nice street? A liveable street?

We all do. And we all want to make our environment a much healthier place to live in.

The Covid-19 pandemic has turned our lives upside down, and that is especially true for children and young people who have had their education put on hold for the last six months.

Covid-19 has meant we’ve needed unprecedented government intervention to support our economy and people’s jobs.

The end of the school year is here, but some schools have been left without the normal opportunity to say goodbye and wish their departing students the best for the future.

My thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the crane collapse at the beginning of July - especially with the family and loved ones of June Harvey, who tragically lost her life.

The saga of Robert Jenrick and Westferry Printworks continues: the government insists it is over, while the Housing Select Committee, to whom I will be writing, says it is not.

From swanky cocktail bars to Shoreditch hipster hangouts, here are eight east London rooftop bars with a view.

The current strike action by Unison is in response to the threat by Mayor John Biggs to sack 4,000 council workers if they do not sign up to the new terms of service known as Tower Rewards.

One of the best meals of the week, a leisurely brunch can’t be beat – however you like your eggs. Here are the best cafes and restaurants in east London serving up fresh coffee, full English breakfasts, granola and all the brunch options in between.

A bun stuffed with a juicy patty laden with cheese and dripping with sauce, served with hot salty fries - anytime is a good time for a burger. Here’s where to find the very best in east London.

The murder of George Floyd rightly sparked widespread outrage and protests in the US, here in the UK and further afield.

A virtual memorial has been held to mark the 25th anniversary of the Srebrenica genocide which killed more than 8,000 Bosnian Muslims.


The NHS COVID-19 app can make a real difference to how we all tackle the pandemic, protecting our loved ones and those most at risk from coronavirus. Everyone aged 16 and over across England and Wales can download the app for free and play their part in combating the pandemic.

The way the UK does business with Europe changes from January 1, heralding a new start for the small and medium-sized companies. Let’s get businesses ready to take advantage of new opportunities...

For the past six months, employers and employees have been adapting to ways of working from home. The green light has now been given to many people to go back to offices safely. From flexible hours and staggered starting times to deep cleaning, we’re getting ready for new ways of working.

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