Monthly Archives: October 2010

Cutting communities, not just benefits

How the Government proposed benfit cap for private renters will have a profound effect on Kilburn

October edition of Kilburn Rose, newsletter of Kilburn (Brent) Labour Party

Kilburn Rose, October 2010 Please click on the above link to read the latest newsletter

Rally against spending cuts, October 20. Assemble 4.30pm Lincoln’s Inn Fields WC2 for march to Whitehall

Organised by Camden Trades Council, which says: “Wednesday 20 October is a milestone in the Coalition government’s drive to attack the public sector workforce and the communities who rely on the services. Millionaire Chancellor George Osborne MP will announce details of his Comprehensive Spending Review, a package of spending cuts that threaten to put hundreds […]

Join the fightback

Brent Fightback now has a Facebook group. Thank you Michael Calderbank. If you are on Facebook please join it and invite your friends. There are links on it to the Brent Fightback bulletin, news of the next meeting and BTUC meeting, coach details etc. http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000931810502&v=wall&story_fbid=140382349337809#!/group.php?gid=151133068251358&ref=mf

Chippenham Gardens comes alive

For years abandoned and left to the mercy of the pigeons, the redesigned and new Chippenham Gardens square has been officially opened by Brent Mayor Cllr Harbhajan Singh. Mr Singh praised the site and the work of Kilburn’s three Labour councillors, Mary Arnold, Ben Ogunro and Tayo Oladapo. The councillors have made Chippenham Gardens one […]