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Lupus Street Post Office to stay open after massive community campaign

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The news that the Post Office has decided to keep open the Lupus Street Post Office has been warmly welcomed by Churchill Labour Councillors Murad Gassanly, Shamin Talukder and Jason Williams who say that the decision is a victory for the whole community which came together to campaign against the
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Fight to save Lupus Street Post Office taken up at Labour’s Brighton Conference

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Local Churchill ward campaigner Jason Thomas Williams has spoken out against the Tory led Government’s refusal to support Pimlico residents’ call to save Lupus Street post office at Labour’s Annual Conference at Brighton. Speaking at this week’s Labour Party Conference in Brighton, Jason said; “The Lupus Street Post Office is
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GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO SUPPORT RESIDENTS’ PLEAS TO SAVE LUPUS STREET POST OFFICE

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The Government has refused to support Pimlico residents’ call to save Lupus Street post office. In its response to a petition from local residents presented to the Government by Mark Field MP, Business Secretary Liberal Democrat Vince Cable MP, has rejected residents’ pleas to save the post office. First, Mr
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Westminster Council services under threat if Lupus Street Post Office closes

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The proposed closure of Lupus Street Post Office will mean that, in addition to the loss of the post office service, hundreds of residents will lose the ability to pay their Council rent and Council Tax or renew their parking permits. Last year, Westminster Council closed all of its One
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Campaign to save Lupus Street Post Office moves up a gear

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Labour’s campaign to save Lupus Street Post Office from closure has moved up a gear with the tabling of a motion for the next meeting of Westminster City Council on Wednesday 10th July; The motion, to be moved by Councillor Nilavra Mukerji and seconded by Councillor David Boothroyd, says; “This
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GOVERNMENT MINISTER REFUSES TO MEET RESIDENTS TRYING TO SAVE LUPUS STREET POST OFFICE

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Government Minister refuses to meet residents trying to save Lupus Street Post Office Government minister Jo Swinson MP, the Minister responsible for Post Offices, has snubbed a request from residents for an urgent meeting for her to see first-hand the importance of the threatened Lupus Street Post Office for the
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ALAN JOHNSON MP SUPPORTS CAMPAIGN TO SAVE LUPUS STREET POST OFFICE FROM CLOSURE

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Alan will visit Lupus Street Post Office at 12 noon on Tuesday 18th June. Alan Johnson MP, former Home Secretary and former Communications Workers Union General Secretary, has added his weight to the campaign to save Lupus Street Post Office and will be visiting the post office at 12 noon
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Letter to the Post Office Chief Executive calling for the withdrawal of Lupus Street post office close plans

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Paula Vennells Chief Executive The Post Office 148 Old Street LONDON EC1 1AA   Dear Ms Vennells  Lupus Street Post Office I am writing to register Westminster Labour Councillors’ total opposition to the closure of Lupus Street Post Office. I was at the well-attended Public Meeting at Churchill Gardens Residents’
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No ‘Passport to Pimlico’ for residents if Lupus Street Post Office closes

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Residents in Pimlico will not be able to get expert help with their passport applications and renewals if plans to close the Lupus Street post office are approved. The Lupus Street post office closure would mean that Pimlico residents will not be able to use the ‘Check and Send’ service
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Churchill Gardens residents face long and difficult journey to nearest post office if Lupus Street post office is closed

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Residents living on the Churchill Gardens Estate will face a 20 minute walk to the nearest post office in Vauxhall Bridge Road if Lupus Street Post Office is closed, a packed meeting of residents heard last night. The meeting, organised by the Communications Workers Union and addressed by Labour GLA
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