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Local people had their latest chance to put the questions they wanted answered to the Leader of Islington Council, Cllr Richard Watts, this week at the latest 'Leader's Question Time' event held in St Stephen's Church, Canonbury Road. 

After taking questions from residents on topics ranging from housing to anti-social behaviour, Cllr Watts said:

"Leader's Question Time is a great chance for residents to ask questions about the things that really matter to them. From local issues they want to raise with me, to questions about something the council is doing, I’m happy to answer anything that people put to me. 

"It's really important for me to hear people's views and concerns first-hand, so that the council can respond on the issues that matter to local people.

“I want to thank everyone who came along to ask questions, and I look forward to the next event in February."

Pictured - Cllr Richard Watts and the independent Chair of the Leader's Question Time, former Borough Fire Commander, Paul Hobbs.

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published this page in News 2017-11-02 10:30:31 +0000

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