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A Bold New Rail Strategy

Rail passengers deserve a more reliable, more efficient service. We will deliver it by ending the one-size-fits-all approach of franchising and bringing closer together the best of the public and private sector.

Have Your say at the 100 Avenue Road Public Meeting 19 October

We want to make sure that you are aware of a Public Meeting that is being held at the Harris Academy (formerly called Quintin Kynaston) on the other side of Finchley Road in Marlborough Hill, this coming Thursday October 19th between 7 and 9 pm.

Brent Council hoarding cash meant for local services!

The Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) is raised through charging a levy on planning developments in Brent,and has been levied since 2013.Currently, Brent has around £60 million of unspent monies from CIL......and rising......just stuck in the bank!

Bacton flowering again with Marx de Morais

Bacton Tower, at the heart of Gospel Oak ward was hit by our own team of Guerrilla Gardeners, led by Marx de Morais, at the weekend. They used plants donated buy the community to green up empty planters (neglected by Camden Council) in Gospel Oak. 

Living Wage helps 300,000 out of low pay

The number of workers on low pay in the UK has fallen by more than 300,000 following the Conservatives’ introduction of the national living wage, a think tank says.