Monday evening brought disappoint residents of Tower Hamlets as the webcast for the Overview & Scrutiny Committee scheduled for that evening did not work.
As one east London borough battles to obtain basic democratic rights its neighbouring borough is looking to the future of its own democratic process.
The LBTH ‘Liveable Streets’ scheme has been the cause of controversy across the borough the last few days, here is a roundup of comments to upset people.
Guest post by Shadwell resident Mohammad Rakib, who many Shadwell residents will know as he was born and brought up on the Tarling West Estate.
Cllr. Puru Miah’s YouTube video explains what the ‘Liveable Streets’ program is about and suggests a way forward to address the real issues behind it.
Details of which Tower Hamlets councillors have concealed details of their properties on their Register of Interests and which have not.
After the fun and games with the Skew Bridge / Liveable Streets story we thought it would be fun to find out which other Labour councillors live in Bow, E3.
Anyone wondering why Skew Bridge in Bow was so popular this weekend that it was guest to no less than seven Labour Party councillors? Cllr. Whitehead knows!
Details of which councillors get a Special Responsibility Allowance (SRA) in addition to their basic allowance.
In an open letter Helel Uddin Abbas has attacked Mayor John Biggs and called for the abolition of the directly elected Mayor position – or both!
Worry not people! Cllr. Tarik Khan has found himself a job at last. With Canary Wharf Group. Which is where we always thought he worked.