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Tackling bullying in schools a priority for Islington Labour’s LGBT Councillors Group

  Chair of Islington Labour's LGBT Councillors Group, Cllr Nick Ward, writes about the priorities for the group in the months ahead.   Following the local election results in May which...

Cracking Down on Cheap Super-Strength Alcohol

Islington is the first local authority in London to introduce a voluntary scheme to stop the sale of cheap super-strength alcohol. Two thirds of the Borough’s off-licenses have already signed-up...

Tory Minister torpedoes Islington Labour's attempt to protect jobs and affordable homes

An ‘eleventh-hour intervention’ by the Tory Planning Minister-led Government  has torpedoed an attempt by Labour-run Islington Council to protect jobs and affordable homes.  Islington Labour has been leading the charge...

2014 Election Results

Last week the people of Islington sent a clear message to the Tory-led Government. By electing 47 Labour councillors, local people made it clear that David Cameron and Nick Clegg...

Islington Green War Memorial Repaired

                        Work to repair the War Memorial at Islington Memorial Green has been completed a week ahead of schedule....

Highbury Corner Post Office - Bosses urged to think again

Despite huge opposition from local residents, the postal services watchdog and local representatives, Post Office Ltd appears determined to plough-on regardless with their plans to close Highbury Corner Post Office. ...

Veteran and community leader, Bill Millett, has died aged 95

Former Royal Navy man and lifelong servant of his community, Bill Millet passed away on Good Friday. The son of an engineer, he was born in Ecclesbourne Road in Canonbury...

Making a difference - Islington Labour launches its 2014 Manifesto

Islington Council Leader, Cllr Richard Watts, today (Thursday 17th April) launched Islington Labour’s manifesto for the local elections which will take place on 22nd May. Islington Labour’s mission is to...

Islington Labour heads campaign against rip-off cash machines

Islington Labour has demanded action from banks and regulators to tackle rip-off charges at cash machines in the borough.  There are over 120 pay-to-use cash machines in Islington, where charges...

Islington Labour Housing Chief in Top 50 Housing Power Players

Islington Labour's Executive Member for Housing, Cllr James Murray (Barnsbury Ward), has been named in 24 Housing magazine's Top 50 Housing Power Players for 2014.  The annual list was compiled...

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