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Councillors march against Housing Bill

On Sunday 13th March, Islington Labour councillors joined thousands of other demonstrators to march against the Tory Government's Housing and Planning Bill.  As Cllr James Murray, Executive Member for Housing...

Council victory to keep Cally Road station open

  Transport for London (TfL) has today announced that Cally Road Tube station is set to remain open while its lifts are repaired, thanks to legal action taken by Islington...

Council to take on the 'Big Six' energy firms

Islington residents who switch their energy provider to a new council-run energy partnership are set to save around £200 per year, after Islington Council announced plans to take on the...

Council budget agreed

On Thursday 25th February, a meeting of Islington Council agreed the council budget for 2016/17.  This budget will -  spend an extra £500,000 to support young people in the borough...

Fighting the Housing Bill

Cllr James Murray, Executive Member for Housing and Development, writes about the Tory Government's Housing and Planning Bill, and how Islington Labour is fighting back against this attack on Islington. ...

Sadiq Khan backs Islington's clean energy plans

During a visit to Islington Council's pioneering Bunhill Energy Centre - an energy plant that uses waste heat to keep council homes and local businesses warm and provided with electricity...

Mind the Gap - Red Lines Campaign

Islington Labour councillors joined with councillors from across London today (9th February 2016) to oppose Tory government cuts to councils that are leading to a £1.7billion black hole in adult...

Victory in fight to keep Cally Road Tube Station open

Pictured - Local councillors, Jennette Arnold AM, Cllr Webbe, Cllr Watts, and local residents Transport for London (TfL) has been forced into a climb down on its proposal to close...

Budget Blog - Cllr Joe Caluori

It’s a much trumpeted truism that young people are our future. But all too often it is young people who lose out when cuts are on the horizon. That’s why...

A budget to protect Islington

Islington Council's 2016/17 Budget Announced On Tuesday 12th January, Islington Council's proposed budget for 2016/17 was published. You can find out more about the budget here. The Tory Government has...

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