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Tower Hamlets Labour calls for action on fire safety

At a Full Council meeting earlier this month, Tower Hamlets councillors adopted a Labour amendment calling on the government to increase funding for its building safety fund to fix cladding issues on private sector tall buildings. The Labour Group also called on government to publish a database of affected buildings and to streamline access to the building safety fund as ...

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Lockdown and Mosques closure

Fatema Miah: Pakistani UK women called me manhus  about my  curse word from my mouth and others said my mouth sugar and butter for my  best wished word, because  what I say becomes. Allah, when these Pakistani and Bengali Muslims been evil for decades towards me, with lies plots, zeal  and eventually crossed all borders with sick allegations, plotted against ...

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Exceptional achievements of Manorfield Primary School recognised by the Mayor of London

  The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has celebrated the exceptional performance of Manorfield Primary School in Tower Hamlets as part of his Schools for Success programme. The school has been honoured for its commitment to reducing educational inequality and attaining exceptional results for children previously struggling academically. Manorfield Primary School has been awarded a certificate for exceptional work in ...

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The UK proposes establishment of a UK-Bangladesh Trade and Investment Dialogue

    Dhaka, 3 December 2020: The British High Commissioner, Robert Chatterton Dickson, met with the Honourable Commerce Minister, Mr Tipu Munshi, on Thursday 3 December to formally propose the establishment of a UK-Bangladesh Trade and Investment Dialogue on behalf of the UK Government. As a champion of free trade, the UK wants to deepen its already strong trading relationship ...

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Council launches emergency food appeal on behalf of local food banks

    Tower Hamlets Council has launched an emergency food appeal on behalf of 31 food banks in the borough amid the ongoing challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic. The appeal, which is asking partners, business and residents for financial donations, is in response to the huge increase in the amount of people needing help with food over the course of ...

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Muslim Aid secures major funding for Bangladesh program

    International humanitarian charity, Muslim Aid, has secured $3.5 Million (£2.7 million) in institutional funding for a new livelihoods initiative titled ‘The Integrated Rehabilitation Program for Ultra-Poor Slum Dwellers in Mohammadpur and Mirpur in Dhaka City and Saidpur in Nilphamari District for Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET) in Bangladesh. The grant comes from the Islamic Development Bank ...

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Help shape the future of Tower Hamlets’ library service

Residents have the chance to shape the future of the borough’s library service by taking part in a consultation which starts from today (Monday 30 November). Continued government changes to council funding and the Covid-19 crisis mean the council has to save £30m by 2024. This is on top of £200m already saved since 2010 because of government austerity. To ...

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Residents back Liveable Streets in Bow

  Traffic calming measures will be introduced in Bow next year as part of Tower Hamlets’ Liveable Streets programme. 70 per cent of respondents in Bow backed plans for timed restrictions for motor vehicles around Roman Road Market, schools and residential roads to reduce the 16,000 vehicles cutting through the area each day without stopping. More than 3,800 people responded ...

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Secularism versus hypocrisy 

Fatema Miah: Secularisation theory is an interesting phrase. Secularisation theory, emphasised that the thesis Howa days refers to reclining influence of religion,  it  historically emerged as the way or a main way of to organise religious pluralism.  Then religion also made to be understood it promote violence, which is wrong again, because its religion demands integrity unity.  The interpretation of ...

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