WORDS TO THE WISE: Quotes from our October 16 edition
More than one of the happy protesters told me that the councillors decision had restored their faith in local politics. It is the job of local politicians to fight for the interests of residents. Liberal Democrat would-be councillor Nick Russell puts a
More than one of the happy protesters told me that the councillors' decision had restored their faith in local politics. It is the job of local politicians to fight for the interests of residents.
Liberal Democrat would-be councillor Nick Russell puts a positive slant on Camden Council's decision to side with campaigners trying to save the Torriano pub.
The reality is they have taken a huge gamble over the future of the pub for what appears to be short-term political gain.
Green Party councillor Maya de Souza, who voted with the developers, accuses the Lib Dems of making political capital of the same campaign.
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Angela Sheehan wrote to Barnet council to object to plans for a block of flats beside St Edward the Confessor Church in Golders Green.
When I feel that I can't be bothered to vote, I always try to remember the history.
Actress Juliet Stevenson acknowledges the legacy of the suffragettes.