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November’s edition of Kilburn Rose

To view the latest edition, click on this link: Kilburn Rose, newsletter of Kilburn (Brent) Labour Party, November 2010 Latest news from West Hampstead here: westhampsteadnewsletter-nov2010 And Belsize & Hampstead Town here: B & HT NewsletterNov 2010

A bit more on benefits

More on the impact of housing benefits in Kilburn, featuring exerpts from various bits of the Guardian

Cutting communities, not just benefits

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

It's good to share

by Mike Katz / @mikekatz The big news of the moment in Camden is the announcement on Wednesday that Camden and Islington councils are seriously exploring the possibility of sharing a Chief Executive and senior management team. The idea behind this sort of move – talked about a lot, but a first in London – […]

Tories snatch £380m from Brent schools

By Mary Arnold The coalition government’s recent announcements cancelling Building Schools for the Future capital programmes has deprived Brent schools of £80m funding allocated last January to rebuild, remodel and expand four secondary schools initially and a further £300m for the remaining secondaries. This is an enormous setback for the children, teachers and indeed communities […]

Fight the ConDem cuts

By Pete Firmin, Brent Trades Union Council There will be a meeting to organise the campaign against cuts, privatisation etc on Wednesday 25th August, 7.30 p.m. at Brent Trades and Labour Hall, 375 High Road, Willesden, NW10 2JR. This meeting is open to all those opposed to the cuts, and it is important that we […]

Labour gives reprieve to Kilburn's UK online centres

At the Camden Council meeting on Monday, the new Labour leader Cllr Nash Ali, announced that the cuts which had been planned by the previous Tory-Lib Dem administration to UK online centres in the borough were being ditched.