Analysis

Haringey Labour election manifesto: waiting for Jeremy?

The campaign by Haringey Momentum and its non-Labour allies against Labour councillors who didn’t denounce the Haringey Development Vehicle has ensured that after 3 May the council will be controlled by a very different Labour […]

Analysis

Introducing The On London Borough Elections Guide 2018

One of the rewards for people who pledged to the recent, giddily successful, On London crowdfunding campaign was an early copy of the Guide to the forthcoming borough elections I had compiled with top political analyst Lewis […]

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Millwall & New Bermondsey: affordable housing ‘rising towards 35%’

Opponents of the proposed redevelopment of land around Millwall Football Club, known as the New Bermondsey scheme, include in their list of complaints the small proportion of new homes that the existing planning consent requires to be […]

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Neither May’s Brexit vision nor Corbyn’s old time religion meet London’s needs

No party won the general election and neither the Conservatives nor Labour offered programmes that were convincing for London, on whose economic strength the post-Brexit nation will depend even more heavily than it does now. Both […]

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Election 2017: Gareth Thomas, 20-year guardian of Labour progress in multicultural Harrow West, has a hard survival fight on his hands

Factors that shape the marginal constituency of Harrow West can be surveyed from many vantage points, but a spot beside Rayners Lane Underground station on Alexandra Avenue is hard to beat. The station itself speaks […]