May 25 2013 Latest news:
Youngsters in east London wanting to go to university in September but are worried about how they’ll pay for it can now apply for a City Airport grant.
Political leaders at Tower Hamlets have been touring the streets of London’s East End today with police chiefs looking at crime issues.
Protesters in London’s deprived East End picketed Tower Hamlets council’s annual meeting last night over “bedroom tax” benefit cuts.
Six new schools have been given approval by the Government to open in east London in September 2014.
Mayor of Tower Hamlets Lutfur Rahman has cancelled public engagements amid fears of retaliation after yesterday’s suspected terrorist attack resulted in the death of a soldier in Woolwich.
The new speaker of Tower Hamlets Council was elected at its annual meeting last night.
Muslim leaders and politicians have condemned the brutal murder of a soldier in a suspected terrorist attack in Woolwich.
The Department for Education today gave approval for 102 new free schools across the country.
A music academy in east London backed by a top producer and a school for autistic children in Lambeth are among the free schools which have been approved today.
A protest over benefit cuts is planned in London’s deprived East End tonight outside Tower Hamlets council’s annual meeting.
The ethnic makeup of Tower Hamlets means levels of diabetes in the borough are higher than elsewhere in the country.
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