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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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Coronavirus COVID-19 Update: Information & Support

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We have been contacting residents and local resident groups, and working with our Westminster Council colleagues, to ensure that people are looked after during the coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, especially our most vulnerable residents. Please don’t hesitate to contact us during this time if we can be of assistance. Email us
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Coronavirus: Westminster Council advice, info & how to help

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Westminster City Council has now published its information and advice about Coronavirus (COVID-19) – including how to help others in our community. Please see the Council website for all the latest advice and information about the coronavirus outbreak: https://www.westminster.gov.uk/coronavirus-advice-and-information This includes advice for the elderly and vulnerable, schools and nurseries,
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Westminster Labour statement on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) response

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Key public information The Public Health England and NHS advice remains to wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds, to use a tissue and bin it and stay at home for seven days if you have a high temperature or new, continuous cough. They are advising that you do not go
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