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Government ministers visit East End to tackle crime

PUBLISHED: 07:00 06 January 2010 | UPDATED: 15:26 05 October 2010

GOVERNMENT ministers will be descending on the East End tomorrow, weather permitting, to see how Tower Hamlets is trying to tackle anti-social behaviour. Children s Secretary Ed Balls and School s Minister Vernon Coaker are due to visit Limehouse Youth C

GOVERNMENT ministers will be descending on the East End tomorrow, weather permitting, to see how Tower Hamlets is trying to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Children's Secretary Ed Balls and School's Minister Vernon Coaker are due to visit Limehouse Youth Centre in the morning. They will be shown the facilities of the refurbished centre in Limehouse Causeway where they will meet young people and members of the community involved in Government initiatives to tackle anti-social behaviour and youth crime.

Tower Hamlets is one of 69 government priority areas for tackling anti-social behaviour and youth crime.


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