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LDN Weekly – Issue 34 – 20 June 2018

SECOND ROUND FOR KHAN?

London never ceases to toil and neither do we, in what has been another news-filled week for the capital.  

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LDN Weekly – Issue 33 – 13 June 2018

KHAN ON THE ROPES?

Our unflappable Mayor has been dealt a blow by Westminster Council's decision to halt the Oxford Street pedestrianisation project, even as others have taken jabs at his Housing Strategy and homebuilding performance. 

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LDN Weekly – Issue 32 – 6 June 2018

…but very few seem to be working, in a week jam-packed with news on property development, planning, transport and people moves....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 31 – 30 May 2018

The London Assembly and House of Commons are in recess this week, but the Mayor of London and the capital’s borough councils have been very busy indeed....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 30 – 23 May 2018

With the Royal Wedding firmly behind us and things returning to normality following the local elections, we take a look at a new pledge from the Mayor to deliver 10,000 council homes over the next four years....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 29 – 16 May 2018

Back to business as usual! As the dust settles after the local elections, this week’s edition takes a look at real and potential leadership changes across London and anticipates the upcoming borough Annual General Meetings (AGMs) where leaders, cabinets and committees will be officially confirmed....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 28 – 2 May 2018

13 hours and counting! With less than a day to go until the local elections, we take a look at the latest Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) Mile End Institute polling data, which while showing Labour still well ahead of the Conservatives, may...

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LDN Weekly – Issue 27 – 25 April 2018

A week-and-a-day to go! London’s news keeps landing thick and fast as a new dawn beckons with London Local Elections just over a week away....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 26 – 18 April 2018

Compulsory resident ballots for estate regeneration are (again) in the public eye after the Mayor’s public consultation on the policy closed last week....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 25 – 11 April 2018

Violent crime remains top of London’s agenda this week and we look at how the issue is being tackled – or perhaps more accurately, reviewed – on a local, regional and national level, as well as other developments relating to...

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LDN Weekly – Issue 24 – 4 April 2018

During yet another week in London marred by violence, we look at the news that the capital has for the first time now surpassed New York in terms of its monthly murder rate, following an astonishing 22 deaths last month....

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LDN Weekly – Issue 23 – 28 March 2018

The Mayor has finally launched his Cultural Strategy, which sets out his vision for maintaining London’s leading position as a cultural hub.  And that's just the half of it this week!...

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...should be a must read for anyone who wants to be updated about London in a very short time. All councillors should make this their preferred read.

Cllr Manji Karam Shado Portfolio Holder
Community & Culture Harrow Council

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