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Monthly Archives: March 2012
This one’s suddenly very topical… If you’re worried (or if you’re enthused, I suppose) about the future of the NHS, then Labour’s shadow health secretary Diane Abbott is speaking at a meeting at Charlton House on Wednesday that’s being promoted … Continue reading
Eighty-two people crammed into Charlton Liberal Club on Monday night to discuss plans for Charlton riverside. Antony Rifkin from Allies and Morrison Urban Practitioners, who drew up this planning document, fielded question from the public for nearly two hours. The … Continue reading