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The government will spend £400 million removing dangerous cladding from tower blocks across the country, the prime minister has announced.

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Knife and gun crime, institutional barriers and a lack of positive role models whittle away the big dreams of young Londoners living in gang violence hotspots, interviews suggest.

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

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About 200 schoolchildren moved by the plight of the Windrush generation wrote to Prime Minister Theresa May to protest.

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Bigotry should be nipped in the bud wherever it raises its ugly head.

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A statue displaying the names of some of east London’s lesser known women’s rights campaigners was unveiled in Parliament Square this morning.

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A Newham Council cabinet member campaigning to re-elect mayor Sir Robin Wales has said his rival Labour candidate is not aware of how important free school meals are for parents because she does not have children.

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Theresa May ditched the Brexit talks for an impromptu visit to a school in Upton Park yesterday.

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A 17-year-old business owner from Custom House has been called on by the prime minister for his business expertise.

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Last week, Theresa May proposed a law to tackle online abuse. It’s high time the government recognised the scale of the problem and the damage it does, especially to young adults, and to the quality of sensible public debate.

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A high court judge will lead a long-awaited new public inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal, the government has announced today.

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The mayor of Newham has echoed prime minister Theresa May’s pledge to slash the maximum stake for fixed odds betting terminals.

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East Ham is one of the UK’s top beneficiaries of the international student economy, according to a Higher Education Policy Institute report.

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First time buyers will benefit from not having to pay stamp duty on homes costing £300,000 or less, the chancellor has announced.

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Being the shadow minister for police and fire services was the highlight of my parliamentary career so far.

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What a mess! The fundamental challenge that Theresa May has is that the single biggest plank of her government’s policy is Brexit, yet she doesn’t believe in it and nor do three quarters of her cabinet.

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An Upton Park author has penned a novella satirising how US President Donald Trump might have tackled real crises from history.

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Another Tory party conference passes, another set of piecemeal policies. The Prime Minister continues to talk about social justice but with no track record to back it up.

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East London’s multi-faith cricket team enjoyed a reception at the British Embassy in Rome, as part of their ambassadorial duties on their tour of the Vatican.

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It’s been another terrible month for Theresa May’s dreadful and discordant government. They seem continually to be fighting amongst themselves and living in a Brexit fantasy. Surely, hardly anyone still thinks them capable of delivering a Brexit that works for the majority of people in this country.

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Commuters have been urged to remain “calm but alert” following a suspected terrorist incident on a Tube train this morning.

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Protesters against ‘Brexit’ from all over east London join tomorrow’s ‘People’s March for Europe’ and mass rally in Westminster.

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About this time of year, I like to write more light-heartedly about my ever-growing reading list.

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A year ago, I wrote here about what the BBC’s Panorama called ‘the scandal of the century’ – the proliferation of Fixed-Odds Betting Terminals, dubbed the ‘crack cocaine’ of the betting world.

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