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Tory Minister out of touch with Islington

A Tory Minister has once again shown how out of touch he and his party are with Islington.  Eric Pickles MP, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government, took...

Tough choices, right priorities

Today (7th January 2015), Islington Labour published the council's budget for the year ahead (2015/16) - you can read the report here.  Once again, the massive cuts imposed on Islington...

Taking on the scourge of 'buy-to-leave'

Islington Labour has announced radical plans to take on the scourge of homes in the borough being bought-up and left empty, a practice known as 'buy-to-leave'.  Buy-to-leave is adding to...

A more open Council tackling the issues that matter

New rules that make it easier for local people to have their say had their first outing at last night's (4th December) Islington Council Meeting. Unprecedented changes to the Council's...

Radical plan to tackle unemployment

Islington Labour is committed to making our borough a fairer place and tackling one of the major drivers of unfairness in Islington, unemployment, is the focus of a radical report...

Making a difference for young people

   Cllr Joe Caluori, Executive Member for Children and Families, writes about the latest GCSE results -  All Islingtonians should feel really proud of our students and their teachers, as...

Getting a fair deal for St Mungo's Broadway staff

Islington Labour is committed to fighting for fair pay, not just at the Council, but across our contractors and in the private sector. Cllr Richard Watts and Cllr James Murray...

Islington the 'most radical' in tackling the housing crisis

Influential Guardian writer, Dave Hill, has praised Islington Council as being "considered by many to be the capital's most radical local authority" in tackling the housing crisis facing London. Writing...

Making our roads safer – 20mph speed limit enforcement action

  In our continued efforts to make Islington’s roads safer, Islington Labour is working with the police to keep motorists’ speeds down. Last year, Islington Labour campaigned to become the...

Mayor must be from 'Planet Zog' in approving Mount Pleasant plans

The Mayor of London has ignored the voices of local residents, councillors, and MPs by approving plans to redevelop the Royal Mail's Mount Pleasant site with less than a quarter...

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