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LDN Weekly – Issue 49 – 17 October 2018

LONDON BOROUGH BINGO

We’re well on our way to a full house in this issue, which covers news from Barnet, the City of London, Ealing, Newham, Tower Hamlets and Westminster.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 48 – 10 October 2018

IT’S BUSINESS TIME

This week’s edition of LDN verifies that at the halfway point between the Summer and Christmas holidays – and with the Party Conference season now behind us – London is definitely back in business.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 47 – 3 October 2018

NOBODY PUTS BAILEY IN THE CORNER

London Assembly Member Shaun Bailey has been selected as the Conservatives’ Mayoral candidate for the 2022 elections and has issued an all-out assault on Sadiq this week at the Conservative Party Conference – to which we dedicate a section of this issue.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 46 – 26 September 2018

‘TIS THE SEASON

No, not that season – the other one. Conference season is well and truly upon us, as Labour presented its vision as a government-in-waiting at the ACC Liverpool.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 45 – 19 September 2018

KHAN HE DELIVER?

Is the question on everyone’s minds, following news of Sadiq’s reselection by Labour for the 2020 Mayoral election and the twin punch of strongly-worded announcements from City Hall, on both Brexit and tackling crimes.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 44 – 12 September 2018

IT'S ALL POLITICS THIS WEEK

…as a new poll shows Sadiq’s reputation lose its shine, while national and local party structures are buffeted by internal conflicts.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 43 – 5 September 2018

BACK TO POLITICS AS USUAL

With summer recess over, the Palace of Westminster and London Assembly are back in business and political parties rekindle the controversies and machinations that marked the first part of the summer.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 42 – 29 August 2018

CALM BEFORE THE STORM?

Following a bumper edition of LDN last week, it’s been a much quieter week in the capital before Parliament, the London Assembly and London’s local authorities kick off in earnest over the weeks to come.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 41 – 22 August 2018

A WORKING HOLIDAY

When we said three weeks’ ago that we were having some downtime over the summer break, it would appear that the sectors we work in didn’t get the memo.

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LDN Weekly – Issue 40 – 1 August 2018

BROKEN RECORD

Recurring themes from London's political and planning spheres seem to dominate this week’s issue of LDN - and look set to remain hanging in the summer air as business begins to wind down (even for our MPs, as hard as some may try to convince us otherwise).

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LDN Weekly – Issue 39 – 25 July 2018

ALL ROADS LEAD TO CITY HALL

Or at least it feels like it in this week’s issue of LDN, in which the vast majority of stories relate to the Greater London Authority (GLA).

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LDN Weekly – Issue 38 – 18 July 2018

THE (E)STATE OF PLAY 

With the London Assembly and Parliamentary recess just around the bend, we started the week here at LCA thinking that it would be a relatively quiet one – and were very much mistaken. That’s London for you.

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