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Islington Labour marks LGBT History Month

The iconic LGBT flag will be flying over Islington Town Hall once again this February to mark LGBT History Month. Islington has a proud LGBT history, where it played host...

Islington Labour councillors secure more Archway concessions from TfL

Islington Labour councillors have secured significant concessions on the Archway transformation works from Transport for London (TfL) on behalf of residents and passengers. The removal of the gyratory will create...

Hate has no place in Islington

Cllr Kaya Comer-Schwartz, Executive Member for Community Development, blogs for Holocaust Memorial Day 2017. Today (Friday) is Holocaust Memorial Day, which offers us an opportunity to reflect on the millions...

Islington schools in the top 20 in the country for pupil progress

Islington now ranks in the top 20 in the country for boosting pupils’ attainment, new figures released this week reveal. Islington has been ranked 18th out of 151 local authorities...

Hard Brexit is the worst-case scenario for Islington

Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, responds to the Prime Minister's speech confirming the Government will be pursuing a 'hard Brexit. Today, the Prime Minister Theresa May confirmed her...

Archway one step closer to major transformation

Removal of one-way gyratory traffic system and introduction of two-way operation is a historic change for Archway. Islington Labour councillors have been keeping a close eye on the progress of...

Budget to build new council homes

Islington’s Labour-run council has announced details of the council budget for the coming year (2017-2018), with a commitment to continue to make a difference on Islington’s top priorities. The budget...

Local councillors award funding to Islington homeless shelters

St Mary’s Ward councillors are supporting a vital project that offers shelter to homeless people in Islington in the cold winter months. The Margins cold weather shelter project, which offers...

Archway transformation works move into next phase

Last weekend (18 December) the ongoing improvement works to transform Archway moved into the next phase as a new two-way traffic system was introduced, therefore ending the gyratory. Transport for...

Islington Labour Councillors Pledge to Count Armed Forces Community In

Islington Council has pledged its support to The Royal British Legion’s Count Them In campaign, which calls on Government to include questions on the Armed Forces community in the next...

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