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Shoulder to shoulder

Cllr Richard Watts', Leader of Islington Council, statement on the terrorist attack in Finsbury Park -  It is with sadness that I write this statement today, following the dreadful events...

Grenfell Tower Fire - How you can help

   Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, writes about the Grenfell Tower fire and how Islington residents can help -  We have all seen the devastating pictures of the...

Pledging to reduce air pollution in Islington on National Clean Air Day

On Thursday 15th of June, Islington Councillors joined in to mark the UK’s first ever National Clean Air Day outside the Town Hall. National Clean Air Day, which is being...

How you can get involved

Here's how you can volunteer to help Labour in the General Election in Islington - Find a campaign event near you - www.labour.org.uk/events To help stuff envelopes, and to help...

The spirit of London

Following the terrible attack on London Bridge and Borough Market on Saturday 3 June, Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, issued the following statement: "Our heartfelt condolences and thoughts...

Standing together

Following the tragic attack in Manchester on Monday 22nd May, Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, made the following statement: “On behalf of Islington Council and everyone in Islington,...

New Archway public space nears completion

Islington Labour councillors have welcomed the progress of the creation of a new public space in Archway and removal of the gyratory, which are part of transformation works from Transport...

Islington united

Following the tragic incidents at Westminster on Wednesday 22nd March, Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, made the following statement -  Yesterday, an act of horrific barbarism came to...

Islington Gets a Thorough Spring Clean

This March, Islington has been undergoing a serious spring clean. Labour-run Islington Council, schools and colleges and the wider community have been coming together this month to tidy up local...

Islington Town Hall to fly Irish flag to mark St Patrick's Day

Councillors, members of the Irish community in Islington, representatives of Irish organisations in London, and council staff, joined together on Monday 13th March ahead of the Town Hall flying the...

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