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Liza Begum elected new Churchill Ward councillor

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We are delighted that Labour’s Liza Begum won the Westminster Council by-election in Churchill ward, held on 6th May, with an increased majority of 324 votes. The result was: Liza Begum, Labour: 1,340 Conservative: 1,016 Liberal Democrat: 295 Green Party: 186 Liza said on social media: “Yesterday I was elected
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Pimlico Academy protest: Westminster Labour’s response

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We support Pimlico Academy students and staff in raising their concerns about the curriculum, uniform policy and other issues at the school. Liza Begum, the Labour candidate in the Chuchill Ward by-election on 6 May and a former Pimlico Academy pupil, went to the protests at the school today and
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Darwin House & Balmoral Castle: We continue to raise residents’ concerns over Council’s plans

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Churchill Labour have continually raised our concerns with Westminster Council about its proposals for the Darwin House & Balmoral Castle site on Churchill Gardens. We believe that all new housing built on our local historic estate should be social – not intermediate – housing. And while we support improved homes
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Liza Begum is Labour candidate for Churchill by-election

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Westminster Labour Group is delighted to formally introduce Liza Begum who has been selected Labour’s candidate for the council by-election that will take place on the 6th of May at the same time as the London Mayoral Election. It comes following the sad resignation of Andrea Mann, primarily for family
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Andrea Mann steps down as councillor: Statement

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A statement from Andrea Mann: “It is with much sadness that today I have stepped down as a Westminster City Councillor for Churchill Ward. This is for personal reasons – primarily, family care responsibilities – and it has not been an easy decision, nor one which I have made lightly.
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Cundy Street Quarter: Our comments to Planning Committee

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Cllr Mann spoke at Westminster City Council’s Planning (Major Applications) Sub-Committee about Grosvenor’s planning application for its Cundy Street Quarter development: “I wanted to take this chance to give some comments on these proposals from both myself and my fellow Churchill Ward Labour councillor, Shamim Talukder. Ever since Grosvenor announced
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Inequality in Westminster: Cllr Mann’s speech to Full Council

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The speech Churchill Labour Councillor Andrea Mann gave at Westminster City Council’s Full Council meeting, January 2020: A Tale of Two Cities: Inequality in Westminster The tale of Westminster really is a tale of two cities. The neighbourhoods that make up our borough rank among the least and most deprived
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Merry Christmas from Churchill Labour

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We would like to wish everyone in Churchill Ward a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. However different your celebrations may look this year, we hope you have peaceful, restful and hopeful festive season. It has been such a challenging and difficult year for so many, particularly our most
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Darwin House & Balmoral Castle: Submit your views to the Council

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Westminster Council’s planning application for the redevelopment of Darwin House and the Balmoral Castle site on Churchill Gardens has now gone live on its planning portal. You can view the Council’s full proposals – and leave your views and comments about the plans – at www.westminster.gov.uk/planning, using the reference/search term
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Churchill Labour Councillors stand up for Ebury food bank

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Like many local people, we were concerned to hear of fears over the future of Ebury Food Surplus – the food bank run by volunteers from Ebury Bridge Estate which brings vital food and supplies to local residents and families in need. Churchill Labour Councillors raised these concerns with Westminster
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