Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Others, including Ashford MP Damian Green, have taken refuge in parliament offices

Lawyers at Unite are investigating perceived failings

Public will pick up the bill for 250 parking machines needing to be adjusted for the coin which enters circulation on March 28

A decision was expected next week

Former Ukip MEP Janice Atkinson had accused him of wanting to subvert the will of the people

Southeastern passengers faced lengthy delays at the end of January

Labour MEP said he had no option but to write the sign during Farage’s “usual diatribe”

A bill to begin the UK’s exit from the EU was passed by an overwhelming majority of MPs

Trains from Ashford International and Tonbridge Station were regularly cancelled or delayed

The results of a poll and a survey reveal the divisions exposed by the EU referendum have not gone away

The Supreme Court has ruled that parliament must have a say on triggering Article 50

Mr Stewart said he was “a kind of torturer” while serving in Northern Ireland

The council insists its “modern, targeted approach” will protect young people

A new report has revealed the scale of cuts made to youth services in the past six years

Access to the single market critical for UK capital, Sadiq Khan argues

Bromley’s children’s services came under fire from Ofsted in a report published last year

The Liberal Democrats say a younger population in Beckenham could propel them to victory

The London mayor announced plans to increase the number of PCs in July last year

A specialist service for female rough sleepers has also been announced

The money comes from Transport for London’s

An Orpington man set up the petition

Proposals had been set out for TfL to take over Southeastern services

The party pointed out that the two areas of London share many similarities

Transport secretary Chris Grayling wants the publicly-owned Network Rail to share responsibility for running the tracks with private train operating companies

The council’s childrens services were branded iandequate in an Ofsted report

The survey is running until December

New laws are being proposed which would make it an offence for people to wear unearned military medals

A new child poverty map has been drawn up by End Child Poverty

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