The Unreasonable Woman: Emma Dent Coad MP

The Unreasonable Woman: Emma Dent Coad MP

Save for a few Liberal Party dalliances in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, the Conservative Party reigned supreme for the better part of a century in South Kensington and Chelsea. North Kensington, conversely, pinballed around the political spectrum until it was abolished as a constituency in 1974. Thereafter,...

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Kensington Labour Party: “The battle has just begun”

In response to recent events in the Kensington constituency, including Malcolm Rifkind’s imminent departure and Victoria Borwick’s selection as Conservative candidate in the next General Election, the Kensington Labour Group has announced the release of its manifesto. You can read the announcement here: “Kensington Labour Group understand why Kensington Conservatives chose...

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Playtime’s Over, RBKC outsource childcare services

Working parents may have to leave their jobs as Kensington and Chelsea council have voted to outsource important play services. Parents who use the council funded afterschool and holiday childcare services, aimed at four to seven year olds, are voicing their anger after Conservative councillors passed the vote at a...

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