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April 20 2014 Latest news:
Scientologists recently hit the headlines when the first officially approved wedding in a Church of Scientology Chapel was celebrated in London. This follows recognition of Scientology as a religion by the Supreme Court in December.
Now the sun has started to shine, it’s easy to feel a little more optimistic. Spring is a wonderful time.
Flu can knock even the healthiest people off their feet for a couple of weeks, but for some people it can be really serious, causing complications such as bronchitis, pneumonia and, in some cases, even death.
The first borough-wide 20mph speed limit comes into force in July in the City of London covering the whole Square Mile. Newham has already introduced some 25 smaller zones with another two on the cards near schools, hospitals or residential homes. Now campaigners want to see them spread across the whole borough and even the rest of Greater London. But motoring organisations warn that forcing digital limits on drivers will have an adverse affect and won’t reduce accidents:
Calls are growing for a new Thames river crossing east of Tower Bridge. The nearest road link for Newham is the busy A12 Blackwall Tunnel. Newham’s Labour Mayor is pressing for a bridge across Galleons Reach at Beckton or tunnel at Silvertown which he says would create 18,000 jobs. But London Assembly’s Green Party fears it would bring more traffic and pollution to an area where the air already exceeds EU health limits.
Emma Reynolds MP, the Shadow Housing Minister, came to Newham last week to hear about the impacts of London’s housing crisis from 10 London councils. Before the meeting she went to see the terrible conditions and anti-social behaviour caused by criminal landlords operating in our private rented sector.
Everything comes back to economics. If we want a health service, education, defence and so on, without a strong and growing economy this is impossible. Equally though it’s important to get tax policy right to make sure that maximum golden eggs can be extracted without killing the goose, so to speak.
Among the potential new developments for Newham and east London, you will find a real exciting gem of a project – The Line – a sculpture walk for London.
Next winter, you could be entitled to a £140 discount on your electricity bill, under the government’s Warm Home Discount Scheme. You will be eligible if you receive Pension Credit.
Have you ever thought about becoming a Metropolitan Special Constable (MSC) in Newham?
I am just home from a wonderful trip to Kenya which has got me thinking.
The battle lines are being drawn tonight in a TV debate on the BBC between Liberal Democrat party leader Nick Clegg arguing that we must “stay in the EU to survive” and Nigel Farage of the UK Independence Party saying we should “quit to survive”. Who’s right? We put our own challenge to two London MEPs, Lib Dems’ Sarah Ludford and Ukip’s Gerard Batten:
One of the major events of the year in Parliament is when the Chancellor reveals his budget for the year ahead. Economic recovery is at the forefront of everyone’s minds now more than ever. A better economy means something to every household whether it’s job security, better wages or just more opportunity.
Members of our group went to watch Oh What a Lovely War at the Theatre Royal in Stratford.
Last week’s Budget showed just who this Government is out to cultivate and to reward: the wealthy fortunate enough to have savings, people able to put aside £15,000 a year for a rainy day, those who got the millionaires’ tax cut last April, and big energy businesses already profiteering at your expense.
I’ve read lots about slavery in the Bible and I thought it a thing of the past.
Hoards of screaming girls flocked to Westfield Stratford City to meet teen boyband The Vamps.
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David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.