Category Archives: Vincent Square

Petition to stop school cuts in Vincent Square Ward

We have started a petition calling on Westminster City Council to urge the Government to scrap the school funding proposals which will mean that five schools serving families in Vincent Square Ward will lose out, including, Millbank Academy (lose £72,000); Burdett Coutts … Continue reading

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Why I am standing for Labour in Cities of London & Westminster – Ibrahim Dogus

My name is Ibrahim Dogus and I’m standing as the Labour candidate in Cities of London and Westminster at the general election. After coming to London at the age of 14 with my family as political refugees from Turkey, I … Continue reading

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Labour launches Pimlico Clean Air Petition

Westminster was recently named one of its worst three boroughs for killer pollution. And within Westminster, one of the worst air pollution blackspots is Vauxhall Bridge Road. Local residents have been telling us how air pollution from this busy road is … Continue reading

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Labour Councillors welcome Police efforts to tackle anti-social behaviour across Westminster

Labour Councillors have welcomed a three-month drive to tackle anti-social behaviour (ASB) and criminal damage in Westminster. Operation Tranquil Wind is based on work undertaken by the Police earlier this year when over 40 streets were visited between March and … Continue reading

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