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Jo Cox – Great Get Together

Jo Cox – Great Get Together

June 19, 2017 at 3:17 pm

One year ago, my former colleague and friend Jo Cox was taken from us cruelly and well before her time. Her infectious energy and spirited determination lives on through the Great Get Together, established by her husband Brendan. This weekend, I attended two events in Hampstead and Kilburn to mark […]

 
HS2 Update – Finchley Road Lorries and House of Lords Committee

HS2 Update – Finchley Road Lorries and House of Lords Committee

September 15, 2016 at 4:48 pm

As the High Speed Rail 2 Bill bulldozes its way through Parliament’s committees, my determination to prevent the chaos it will bring to our area remains undiminished. Though residents and representatives have secured significant concessions, HS2’s impact on Camden and Brent remains unacceptable and profound. The national picture is as […]

 
Kilburn Faiths Forum

Kilburn Faiths Forum

July 29, 2016 at 1:39 pm

Last month, I invited leaders from across Kilburn’s faith communities to Parliament for the inaugural meeting of the Kilburn Faiths Forum. As a group, the forum will explore opportunities for new events and initiatives that bring our respective communities together. The first formal act of the Forum has been to […]

 
Abbey Community Centre 40th Anniversary

Abbey Community Centre 40th Anniversary

June 15, 2016 at 2:27 pm

As a trustee of the Abbey Community Centre, I was delighted to attend their 40th birthday party recently. Abbey Community Centre is an independent charity offering a range of classes, activities, and social spaces for local residents. Since 1976, it has been supported by residents and countless teams of volunteers […]

 
Emma Reynolds MP visits Kilburn regeneration project

Emma Reynolds MP visits Kilburn regeneration project

January 13, 2014 at 11:33 am

Emma Reynolds MP, Shadow Minister for Housing made her first keynote speech to the National House-Building Council today (http://press.labour.org.uk/post/73194565182/speech-to-national-house-building-council) and then immediately came to Brent for a site visit. She was extremely impressed that Cllr Muhammed Butt & his team are building 1000 new affordable homes in the borough.