Category Archives: Lambeth

Lib Dems: Out of their depth

Lib dems unfortunately suffered a humiliating loss this election only having 11 seats while conservatives gained 364. Unfortunately lib dems still remain as the fourth biggest party in the house of parliament, they had made statements regarding their stance on reversing the problem revolving brexit. This backfired two weeks prior the polling. The affect of the lib dems loss was

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A Lambeth resident has been waiting 46 years: amid housing shortages

The unidentified resident is said to have been waiting ’46 years’ for a new council property. Housing shortages in Lambeth are leaving 30,000 people in the borough, including one who’s been on the property ladder since 1975, waiting for a new place to stay. A new figure has shown that nearly 10,009 (a third of people) have been patiently waiting

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Dulwich and West Norwood Candidates: General Election 2019

The Green Party’s co-leader Jonathan Bartley is running in the Lambeth Constituency of Dulwich and West Norwood. Mr Bartley is also a councillor for the St Leonard’s ward and leader of the opposition on Lambeth Council. The Green party are the official opposition in the Greater London Borough with 5 members compared with Labour’s 57 and 1 conservative. Although the

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Policy Guide: Crime and Justice

As the election date nears, it’s time to look at what each party has said it will do in their manifesto. This guide will cover the issues surrounding policing, crime, and security. Labour: The Labour party wants to try and eliminate institutional bias against BAME employees within the police force and other public institutions. They also want to reform the

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Policy Guide: Education

The five main parties in the general election have various policies on education. This is where I will set out what their main objectives are.   LABOUR– Their plan includes reforming early years education, making all 2-4 year olds entitled to 30 hours of free preschool per week. They also aim to extend childcare provision for 1 year olds and ensure

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Policy Guide: Immigration

The UK’s main political parties have all began announcing their promises for the campaigns for the Election in December. To help make the decision of choosing which party to vote fore here are what these five major parties are promising. Use this article as a guide to compare where each party stands on key issues. All the parties have launched

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Oscar Winning Filmmaker Steve McQueen Exhibition at Tate Modern.

Oscar award winning filmmaker, artist and screen writer Steve McQueen one of the most influential cultural icons of today, will launch the first major exhibition of his artwork at the Tate Modern in February – May 2020. Steve has been instrumental in developing the way artist work with film in the last 25 years as well as moving images designed

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