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Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Theresa May

A hero chemist who was killed in the Silvertown explosion while attempting to rescue others will be honoured with a blue plaque.

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Silvertown

Lightning and thunderstorms are causing havoc across the capital.

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Silvertown

A revived community festival returns to Newham this week, promising a family fun celebration of local history.

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Newham Council

A teenager from Silvertown is one of three people charged with carrying out a series of robberies involving a noxious substance.

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Silvertown

The Silvertown tunnel has been given the go-ahead by the Department for Transport.

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Silvertown

Newham has just become the first London borough to have a directly elected woman mayor.

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Newham Council

Police presence and a lack of services were key sticking points in last night’s election hustings held by The Recorder.

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Sadiq Khan

J.Lizzimore Cup final: Barking Sunday 1 JK Silvertown 2

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Newham

Running the London Marathon on your own is hard enough - so imagine what it’s like being connected to five other people.

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Silvertown

Silvertown regeneration may be taking a turn for the psychedelic, with plans for a £1 billion ‘peace theme park’.

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Sadiq Khan

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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Labour Party

Cllr Rokhsana Fiaz has said that she feels “privileged and humbled” to be selected as Labour’s candidate for the mayoral elections.

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Labour Party

After 16 years in the post, Sir Robin Wales will not be Newham’s next mayor.

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Robin

Vince Cable, leader of the Lib Dems, branded Newham a “ridiculous one-party state” as he rallied the party’s local branch ahead of the May elections.

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European Union

Sonia Boyce, the artist creating the Elizabeth Line’s trackside mural, will be hosting a Newham-themed pub quiz on Tuesday evening.

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custom house

The Tate factory has sat on the banks of the Thames in Silvertown for 140 years.

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European Union

An artist who is creating artwork spanning the trackside wall of the Elizabeth Line is appealing for stories from Newham’s people.

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University of East London

The latest assessment of the Silvertown tunnel scheme has concluded it will not have a significant impact on air quality.

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Sadiq Khan

Cllr Rokhsana Fiaz has outlined her plans for Newham if she becomes mayor after being shortlisted as a Labour candidate this morning.

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Silvertown

While most pupils put their feet up over February half term, ten students took a trip to Parliament.

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Forest Gate

The Second World War bomb found in the Royal Docks in east London is now being transported to a secure area to be safely detonated further down the Thames.

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Newham Council

This month is the centenary of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, the law that gave some women, and most men, the right to vote.

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House of Commons

Essex Sunday Junior Trophy fourth round: JK Silvertown 9 Queen’s Park 2

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Silvertown

The Thames Barrier has closed to protect London from the effects of Storm Eleanor.

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