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Islington parking is now highly profitable, and local campaigners are asking the council where the money is going.
Residents rallied to the cries of ‘kill, kill the Housing Bill’ as they marched on Parliament on Sunday to protest legislation which could force locals from their homes. Over a hundred locals marched from Mount Pleasant to Lincoln’s Inn Fields...
An Islington mum says the Government’s Housing Bill will leave her unable to care for her disabled daughter, describing the legislation as an “attack on working people”. The bill, scheduled to go before Parliament in April 2016, will force London...
Islington residents are moderately Europhile, according to polling company YouGov, but local business owners may not be voting to stay in the EU come June. The Chamber of Commerce plans to canvas its members “in the coming months” -...
Emily Thornberry was spotted trying her hand at DJing in a club in Vauxhall last night. The Islington South MP spun a few tunes at Vauxhall Tavern while attending a Labour fundraiser for mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan. The public reacted positively when...
Islington Council has been accused of “cowardly” behaviour after its members voted against taking public questions at the annual Budget Meeting. Residents who attended the meeting have accused the Council of using an “us and them” style after being banned...
Islington Council’s newest Young Mayor and Deputy Young Mayor have been elected. Darey Cletus, 14, will take on the role of Young Mayor, representing Islington's young people. Diana Lucia Gomez Paniagua, 18, will be this year’s Deputy. They will...
Islington South MP Emily Thornberry has faced criticism from constituents after appointing aontroversial New Labour era spin-doctor Damian McBride as her chief aide. Mr McBride was forced to resign as a spokesperson for former prime minister Gordon Brown in...
Labour members knocked on doors around Islington on Saturday 24 October to tackle changes they claim could lose them a million voters across the UK.  The measures require each individual in a household to register to vote, as opposed to...