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Last month, the Mayor of London revealed his draft budget. With policing remaining a priority, I scrutinised this and supported his judicious use of business rates and the police precept to ensure that police officer numbers remain stable.

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Last week saw an unforgiveably vile video of a man making racist remarks about Muslim schoolgirls circulated on social media.

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Since the EU referendum in 2016, this government has failed to put the country first.

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As we enter 2019 I’ve published details of my budget proposals for the next three years.

A “fitness wonderland” is being staged in every nook and cranny of Canary Wharf to help shake off the January blues.

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That a councillor should resign from a seat that he had won just seven months previously on December 31 is unusual.

Work has started on major improvements to leisure centres in London’s East End for the New Year with £1.5 million from Tower Hamlets Council.

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I hope you have had a good break and are looking forward to 2019!

Christmas presents donated by the public at police stations are being distributed by the children’s care team at Tower Hamlets Council for youngsters in care.

Pensioners facing the festive season alone are being offered a get-together for a meal and social company over Christmas.

A “living nativity” procession heads off once again through the streets of Spitalfields with 180 schoolchildren and a donkey tomorrow.

Schoolchildren got into the Christmas spirit performing in their band for a public concert at St Dunstan’s historic parish church in Stepney works they’ve learned during the term.

This is the Canary Wharf tower like you’ve never seen it—or at least that’s how camera enthusiast Elena Chaykmina found it… her reflective snapshot of One Canada Square won the ‘Geometric and Organic’ prize in this year’s Canary Wharf photography competition.

The four Tower Hamlets One Stop Shops, strategically located across the borough and open six days a week, provide a service that enables residents to deal with the council on many issues with helpful and experienced staff.

The monster fatberg which achieved worldwide notoriety when it was discovered in the sewers under Whitechapel has now been immortalised with its own Christmas carol.

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