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Sadiq Khan's oversight of the crisis-hit Crossrail scheme as it soared  £1 billion over budget is to be investigated by Parliament’s public spending watchdog. The National Audit Office has agreed to examine the reasons for the opening being postponed from next month until autumn 2019 and the Mayor’s knowledge of the scale of the problems. The NAO’s intervention follows a request from the chair of the Commons public accounts committee, Labour MP Meg Hillier...
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There weren't any big ticket transport items for the capital in the Budget 2018- and it led the mayor to call it "anti-London". So is it? Well if you go through the chancellor's red book it doesn't do much to change your opinion. This is a detailed breakdown of it. Crossrail Crossrail 2 gets a mention and it looks like the big decision for that will be in next year's Spending Review. But there was certainly no definite commitment. In the past, the chancell...
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Labour says it would scrap laws allowing private landlords to evict tenants without giving a reason. The law, in force since 1988, is thought to be the biggest cause of homelessness. Labour's shadow housing minister John Healey will announce the policy at the party's conference later. He will also unveil plans for a £20m fund to set up "renters unions" to support tenants in disputes with landlords. So-called "no-fault" evictions - when landlords throw peop...
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A portrait capturing tens of thousands of Year 3 schoolchildren from across London is being created by Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen. Year 3 pupils from the capital's 2,410 primary schools will be specially photographed for the project, which will go on display at Tate Britain. The project hopes to embody the diversity of the city in which Mr McQueen, now 48, grew up. The finished exhibition will be unveiled in autumn 2019. The 12 Years a Slave dir...
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Home Council News September 2018 Youth Stories of Brent premiere Youth Stories of Brent premiere 10 September 2018 There was a huge turnout as young Brent film-makers launched their inspirational documentary about other young people in Brent Over a hundred people packed into the Granville Centre in South Kilburn on Saturday (8 September) to celebrate the launch of Youth Stories of Brent, a dynamic new documentary film telling the stories of inspirational y...
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