Yesterday the High Court quashed the decision of the Adjudication Panel for England to suspend Mayor of London Ken Livingstone. That suspension was brought about after a row between Livingstone and Evening Standard reporter Oliver Finegold in which the Mayor was accused to likening Finegold to a concentration camp guard.
Tory London Spokesperson Jacqui Lait has told ePolitix.com that she believes “many residents are on the point of “revolt” over mayoral intervention in areas like planning” claiming there is a “general fear that Ken Livingstone, if he’s given these extra powers, will dictate”. I wonder where she gets her facts from? How does she gauge […]
Cathy Corcoran, Director of The Cardinal Hume Centre writes about the centre’s work with homeless young people and badly house families.
I’m unconvinced that it’s the job solely of Muslim community leaders to tackle the radicalisation of young Muslim men – a position the Government seems at times to be advocating. I don’t ever recall anyone telling Cardinal Hume that it was his sole responsibility to tackle the perversions which saw the IRA bomb Northern Ireland […]
Earlier this week LibDem Party President Simon Hughes said the party would be casting “the net far and wide in our search for a candidate to represent our diverse capital” and promised that “people from ethnic minority communities, women and non-politicos will be at the forefront of our selection process”. Given my previously expressed belief […]