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Big Half Marathon event to invade Wapping Sunday 4th March

Big Half Marathon event to invade Wapping Sunday 4th March

Wapping is to be completely disrupted on Sunday 4th March as the ‘Big Half’ marathon event will come through the streets of Wapping as well as along The Highway. This event has been ‘created’ by London Marathon Events Ltd of which Tower Hamlets Council Chief Executive Will Tuckley is a director.

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Raine’s House community centre bookings

Raine’s House community centre bookings

By on February 8, 2018 in Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

The Council has asked us to let Wapping residents know that there is now only one way to make bookings for Raine’s House community centre.

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Council’s children’s services better but still needs improvement – Ofsted

Council’s children’s services better but still needs improvement – Ofsted

By on January 31, 2018 in Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

Ofsted’s latest monitoring visit of Tower Hamlets Council’s children’s services has noted improvements but there is still work to be done.

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Labour bribery affair – ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar denies all allegations (video)

Labour bribery affair – ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar denies all allegations (video)

By on December 15, 2017 in Corruption, Planning, Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

Local businessman Abdul Shukur ‘Shuks’ Khalisadar has published a video on social media in which he denies any wrong doing or involvement in offering or paying bribes to anyone.

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Tories join with Khan and Lib Dems in call for DCLG return

Tories join with Khan and Lib Dems in call for DCLG return

By on December 14, 2017 in Corruption, Planning, Tower Hamlets council with 0 Comments

Tower Hamlets Conservatives, the Liberal Democrats and Rabina Khan’s People Alliance of Tower Hamlets (PATH) have joined forces to call for the the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to send it’s Commissioners back to the borough.

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