Extend the Bakerloo line
Increase police numbers in Southwark
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Southwark Labour demands action from Mayor on police cuts
Southwark Labour councillors and local community activists met at City Hall to hand over a petition to Mayor of London Boris Johnson to restore policing levels in Southwark, which have reduced significantly since 2010
09 December 2014
Salter statues unveiled in Bermondsey
Labour councillors attended the unveiling of the new Salter statues in Bermondsey, to commemorate Alfred and Ada Salter, who were famous for their community work in the slums of Bermondsey in the early 1900s
05 December 2014
Councillor Wingfield marks 25 years as Southwark Councillor
Councillor Ian Wingfield has been given an award to mark 25 years as a Southwark Councillor
28 November 2014
Southwark Labour slam Lib Dems for voting against action on high stake gambling machines
Southwark Labour councillors have slammed Lib Dems for refusing to support a campaign against Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs), known as the “crack cocaine of gambling”, despite more than £18 million being lost on the machines in Southwark last year.
28 November 2014
Southwark Labour backs campaign to restrict “crack cocaine of gambling”
Southwark has joined with local authorities across the country to force Government to cut the amount of money that can be gambled on controversial Fixed Odds Betting Terminals (FOBTs), known as the “crack cocaine of gambling”
27 November 2014
Southwark Labour vows to continue emergency support scheme despite government cut
Southwark’s Labour Cabinet has committed £2.7m in funding to ensure that the Council’s Emergency Support Scheme will be extended until at least 2018, despite government cuts to local welfare provision
19 November 2014
Dementia Friendly Southwark
Southwark’s Labour council has taken an important step forward in its manifesto commitment to become an Age Friendly borough, by working to make the community dementia friendly
19 November 2014
Southwark calls for more ambitious action on air quality
Southwark has joined forces with three other inner-London Labour councils to lobby Transport for London (TfL) to dramatically expand and advance its proposals to improve air quality in the capital and see-off possible fines from the EU.
04 November 2014
Leader's Public Question Time a resounding success
The first Leader’s Public Question Time was a resounding success, with over 200 people taking the opportunity to come along to the event and put their questions to the Leader of Southwark Council, Peter John.
23 October 2014
Southwark Labour continues to fight for new secondary school on the Dulwich Hospital site
Southwark Labour is continuing its campaign for a new secondary school on the Dulwich Hospital site, amending the draft Southwark Plan to make clear the council’s preference for a new secondary school on the hospital site, alongside the new NHS health centre. Southwark Labour is also calling on Minister of State for Schools, David Laws, not to press ahead with plans for a new primary school on the site, which will compromise the space which is available for a new secondary school.
22 October 2014
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