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Election 2015 Policy Quiz Code (DO NOT EDIT)

Election 2015 Policy Quiz Code (DO NOT EDIT)

What do you want to see happen with tuition fees? Scrap them for pupils from poorer backgrounds if the subject is in science, technology, maths or engineering. Decrease to £6,000. Maintain and possibly increase. Abolish. Maintain. Do you think there should be stricter policies on immigration to the UK? Yes,…

Community service for hammer attack on police car

Community service for hammer attack on police car

A man who smashed a police car with a claw hammer has been sentenced at Croydon Crown Court. Richard Lee Taylor, 20, of no fixed address, was sentenced to two years of community service after destroying windows on a police car while officers were present. The court heard that Taylor…

Man sentenced to prison for supplying cannabis

Man sentenced to prison for supplying cannabis

A man has been sentenced to a year in prison for dealing cannabis on the streets of Croydon. At Croydon Crown Court, Rasheed White, 18, was sentenced to 12 months in prison last week after pleading guilty at an earlier hearing to three counts of dealing cannabis. He was arrested in December during…

Interview with Winston Mckenzie, UKIP candidate Croydon North

UKIP’s Winston McKenzie has been sacked from position as Commonwealth Spokesperson by Nigel Farage

UKIP’s Winston McKenzie has been sacked from position as Commonwealth Spokesperson by Nigel Farage

UKIP candidate for Croydon North, Winston McKenzie has been sacked from his position as Commonwealth spokesperson. Party leader Nigel Farage announced via Twitter, that James Carver, MEP for the West Midlands, had been appointed to replace McKenzie in the role. Delighted to announce @JamesJimCarver as @UKIP‘s new Commonwealth Spokesman. #CommonwealthDay:…

Police ban anti-Semitic organiser from London

Police ban anti-Semitic organiser from London

The man who called for an anti-Semitic rally in Stamford Hill  has been banned from the whole of London.  Joshua Bonehill-Paine, from Yeovil in Somerset, had called the rally for March 22. On Friday  Bonehill was arrested and a spokesman for the MET told Jewish News that: “Officers investigating allegations…

Hi-tech companies to teach coding to schoolchildren

Hi-tech companies to teach coding to schoolchildren

Companies including Samsung and Code Club Pro have launched a competition with Hackney Council that will enable pupils aged five to eighteen to submit their ideas for a new computer game. The winner of the contest will then work with Technology Will Save Us, a technology start-up that will help…

Abbott expresses solidarity with March for Homes

Abbott expresses solidarity with March for Homes

Last month over 1,000 protestors took to the streets of east and south London on The March for Homes. The protestors were joined by Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, who spoke to a meeting in Elephant & Castle. The prospective candidate for London Mayor called for…

Interview with East London Mosque on ‘Visit My Mosque Day’ 2015

ELL visits Generation Rent’s open day in Westminster

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