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Annual dinner celebrates young people in sport

Emdad Rahman : The Tower Hamlets Youth Sport Foundation celebrated its fourth annual Youth Awards Presentation and Fundraising Dinner by recognising the achievements of some of the boroughs most highly regarded sporting talent. High profile guests from the world of sport turned out to meet and greet whilst also inspiring attendees by talking about their sporting success. Former West Ham ...

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Free sporting events for people with special needs and disabilities

The Vallance Community Sports Association will be holding their eighth annual disability sports day at Mile End Stadium onThursday May 19, supported by Tower Hamlets Council. The free event will have a huge range of sports on offer that are friendly to people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), and had hundreds involved last year. Activities include track and ...

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Human Relief exhibition game raises staggering 3k for charity

Emdad Rahman : Charity was the winner as the Human Relief Foundation hosted a charity exhibition game at Mile end to raise money for important humanitarian causes. The HRF Blue Brawlers Boxing and Yellow teams took to the field to support the construction of water wells and cataract operations to help the most vulnerable people in some of the world’s ...

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Limehouse boxing boys show their worth

Emdad Rahman : Youngsters from the Limehouse Marina Elite Boxing Academy enjoyed success during an evening of boxing bouts as three promising proteges put up sterling boxing performances to serve a taste of what the future looks like. The event was the prestigious Fisher ABC annual dinner show at the Millennium Hotel, Grosvenor Square. Arafat Salum (55.5kg) had a rematch ...

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Liverpool European Cup legends hit the town

Emdad Rahman : A compendium of star faces took part in a special meet and greet with football fans as the 5 Times Official Liverpool Legends Euro Winners was held  at the Liverpool Hilton. The event included a meet and greet with the legends, autographs, photos and show, which was followed by post event entertainment by Marc Kenny. Former Liverpool ...

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Ken Livingstone blames Blairites for ‘nonsense’ anti-Semitism storm engulfing Labour

Ken Livingstone today admitted he “regrets” sparking an anti-Semtisim storm in Labour by mentioning Hitler – but blamed the row on Blairites seeking to undermine Jeremy Corbyn. In an extraordinary radio interview this morning, the former Mayor again defended claims he made earlier this week that Hitler was a Zionist. Mr Livingstone said he would “take a bullet” for Labour leader ...

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End primary school ‘chaos’, NAHT heads say

Head teachers cannot and will not endure another year of the “chaos” that has raged in England’s primary schools, a union leader has said. Russell Hobby closed the National Association of Head Teachers’ conference by calling for a fundamental review of assessment of pupils. Pupils should only be formally assessed at the start and end of primary school, he said. ...

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Labour antisemitism row: Sadiq Khan admits crisis could harm him in polls

‘I accept that the comments that Livingstone has made make it more difficult for Londoners of Jewish faith to feel that the Labour party is a place for them’ Sadiq Khan speaks during an assembly of the London Mayoral election contest AP Labour’s Mayoral candidate has said he fears his prospects of being elected in London have been dealt a blow by Ken ...

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