Legal backlash over Vote Leave

Legal backlash over Vote Leave

Whistleblowers have levied accusations that Vote Leave broke electoral law during the Brexit referendum. The Electoral Commission have accused Vote Leave of exceeding their spending limit, not accounting for all invoices and receipts, providing inaccurate figures for their campaign expenditure and not following protocol for a statutory notice. The allegations...

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May’s cabinet on the edge after foreign policy blunders

May’s cabinet on the edge after foreign policy blunders

Theresa May could be preparing to lose a second cabinet minister in a week, and may even be set for the loss of a third. After the resignation of Michael Fallon, there is mounting pressure for Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and International Development Secretary Priti Patel to follow in his...

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Boris Johnson an easy target for terrorists

Boris Johnson an easy target for terrorists

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been told he is no longer allowed to ride a bicycle around London over fears he will be an “easy target” for terrorists. The Uxbridge and South Ruislip MP has been warned that his security must be tightened as Foreign Secretary and riding a bicycle...

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Boris Johnson condemns Syrian aid convoy attack

Boris Johnson condemns Syrian aid convoy attack

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has condemned the attack on an aid convoy in Syria during this week’s ceasefire. The Syrian Red Crescent convoy was targeted near the rebel-held town of Urum Al-Kubra. It was reported that 18 of the 31 vehicles in the convoy were hit. The trucks were carrying...

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Sadiq Khan announces bold plans to clean up London’s air

Commenting on a report published by The British Lung Foundation, Sadiq Khan has revealed that air pollution levels in London require ‘urgent action’ in order to meet “legal requirements”. Last month, the Mayor of London accused Boris Johnson of failing to announce a major report of 433 schools in the capital exceeding...

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John Curtice – King of the Polls

  Interviewed by Henry Tobias Jones Prof John Curtice is the King of the Polls. He was the lone voice to successfully predict the outcome of the 2015 general election and along with his team at NatCen he is the polling expert.   KCW Today spoke with Curtice about the...

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Parliament Squared: Chaos Reigns

Parliament Squared: Chaos Reigns

The hot topics have continued to be the London Mayoral election, the EU referendum, David Cameron’s pending reshuffle of his Cabinet and the US Presidential elections. Of the four, only London has been resolved with Sadiq Khan easing out Zac Goldsmith in what was an increasingly bitter and below the...

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Crossrail cycle lane nearly ready, says Mayor’s spokes-person

Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, announced that “Europe’s longest substantially-segregated city cycle route,” or Crossrail for the Bike as it is being called, will open to the public on 30th April. Cyclists will soon be able to travel a distance of just under 12 miles, entirely on traffic-free segregated tracks...

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London wide “Treasure Hunt” announced

On Sunday 20th March, a treasure hunt will pit Londoners against each other for the chance to win tickets to a secret party hosted by the Mayor of London.   Sing London, the company responsible for bringing ping pong tables, public pianos, and Talking Statues to London streets today announced...

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City Hall to celebrate International Women’s Day

London women who lead in traditionally male dominated industries are meeting at City Hall’s International Women’s Day celebration to inspire the capital’s young women. Women make up six per cent of the UK’s engineers, and 15.5 per cent of the whole science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. City Hall’s...

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