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Cally Road Tube

Transport for London (TfL) have announced plans to replace the two lifts at Caledonian Road tube station, which will result in the closure of the station for 8 months from...

Job Opportunity - Borough Organiser

Islington Labour Party are looking to recruit a Borough Organiser to help us with our ongoing campaign work. This position represents an excellent opportunity to gain experience in working on...

Jeremy Corbyn MP's Leader's Speech

On Tuesday 29th September, Islington North MP, Jeremy Corbyn, gave his first speech to Labour Party Conference as Leader of the Labour Party. Following Jeremy's victory in the Leadership contest,...

Congratulations Jeremy!

On Saturday 12th September, Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn, was elected as the new Leader of the Labour Party.  Cllr Richard Watts, Leader of Islington Council, welcomed Jeremy Corbyn MP’s...

Government must act on refugee crisis

Leader of Islington Council, Cllr Richard Watts, has today called on residents to join him in calling on the Government to deliver real action on the refugee crisis.  Cllr Watts...

Calling Time on Tax Avoiding Companies

Islington Council is set to investigate how companies that avoid paying UK tax can be barred from council contracts. The Policy and Performance Scrutiny Committee will report before Christmas after...

Action to deliver homes for Islington

Two ground-breaking policies have been announced this week by Islington Labour to help deliver more homes for local people.  Since 2010, we have seen 2,000 genuinely affordable homes built -...

A battle for the soul of Islington

At the Full Council Meeting on 25th June, Islington councillors came together to oppose plans by One Housing Group to evict tenants from their home in Park Street.  Local ward...

1,000 children in Islington could be pushed into poverty

Plans by the Tory Government to cut the benefit cap could see 1,000 more children in Islington pushed into poverty.  Today's Budget, set to be announced by George Osborne, will...

Council homes at risk from Tory Government

Thousands of council homes are likely to be forcibly sold to help fund the extension of Right to Buy after plans were announced by the Tory Government.  In Islington alone,...

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