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It’s time to spread the love
Wednesday February 24, 2016

You might have started to see some new posters around the borough. They show local people taking action to improve their neighbourhoods.

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Are the services you value worth an extra 45p per week?
Friday February 5, 2016

I would say yes. Looking after our most vulnerable children and elderly residents, making sure the bins are collected and maintaining our parks and roads are what we expect our council to deliver, along with many other important services.

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Brent’s family of schools
Friday January 8, 2016

Unlike when I went to school in Brent, where you send your children might now be a community school, a voluntary aided faith school, a foundation school, an academy or a free school. The main thing most mums and dads are interested in is a high quality of learning – and no school type has a monopoly on delivering that.

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Merry Christmas and a happy New Year
Wednesday December 23, 2015

With Christmas almost upon us I have been reflecting on what the festive season actual means – it is easy to get caught up hauling the trolley around the supermarket or rushing to get the last gifts to put under the Christmas tree.

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Independent Healthcare Commission – a Brent view
Friday December 18, 2015

Following a year long investigation into health service changes across five London boroughs the Independent Healthcare Commission for North West London reported its findings earlier this month.

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