Is there a game-changing solution to one of the most pressing challenges facing British society today: how to care for our ageing population?
I've been doing the rounds these past few weeks talking to my counterparts in the boroughs immediately surrounding Waltham Forest.
Yesterday, Culture Secretary, Maria Miller, made a keynote speech to arts and culture leaders at the British Museum.
Walking past my local primary school recently I noticed that a new first floor extension is being added to its old building.
Locally-led employment schemes are up to seven times more effective than the Work Programme and the government should devolve more employment powers to councils, a report by London Councils argues.
I went to a fascinating public meeting tonight at Tottenham Town Hall in neighbouring Haringey on the Sustainable Communities Act 2008.
Changes by the government to a number of vital social care, housing and welfare policies over the coming months and years will produce severe challenges for Londoners.
NAVCA has stated that it is "disappointed that the budget is yet another missed opportunity for the Chancellor to help local charities and social enterprises boost local growth".
Welfare reforms are having the opposite effect on London’s rental market to what was intended, according to a new report from London Councils.
It was a pleasure to join the Leader of the Council, Cllr Chris Robbins, at the launch of the new Jubilee Park in Leyton yesterday.
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