I really enjoyed speaking on a panel recently at Birkbeck about why politicians are hated and what can be done to win back people’s trust. For more information about the event, please see this link : Is politics doomed? Can and should it be defended?
The Olympics highlighted the borough’s volunteering potential in the form of Camden’s Welcome the World programme. 150 local residents came together to provide help and support to visitors during the Games. The commitment of the volunteers was recognised at a thank you event last month in the London Irish Centre. [...]
Dear Editor, Week after week we see letters attacking our approach to libraries. Unlike other local authorities Camden sought to minimise disruption to library services at a time of unprecedented cuts to our local government budget. We did this by working with our residents and tapping into our unrivalled community [...]
Dear Editor It’s great to see so many residents enjoying the festival of street photography, the Big Dane event and the Children’s Literature Festival as part of Camden’s Olympic summer offer. In addition to the Olympic Torch appearing in the borough today, we also have the ‘Breathing Trees’ exhibition in [...]
Here’s the letter I wrote in response to Councillor De Souza’s letter about Highgate library. It’s been published in the Camden New Journal this week: Dear Editor I am loath to, once again, write in about Highgate Library for fear of sounding like a broken record. However, it appears that [...]