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Unions own Ealing Labour party

The Labour leader of Ealing Council admitted at a recent Council meeting that he can't continue as leader of the Council or even stand at the next election if he doesn't give a union money every year. In other words, he has to be a member of a union to be a candidate at the next election.

Unions own Ealing Labour party

The Labour leader of Ealing Council admitted at a recent Council meeting that he can't continue as leader of the Council or even stand at the next election if he doesn't give a union money every year. In other words, he has to be a member of a union to be a candidate at the next election.

Trouble for leader of Ealing Council

Cllr Bell, (seen here on the left,) Labour leader of Ealing Council is reported to have introduced Dr Sahota(second from the right) to planning officers before he submitted an application to them for what was considered by residents to be very controversial plans.

Ealing North not a priority for Labour

Last week at full Council in Ealing Council, the leader of the Council looked a relieved man to be still leader of the Council after a reported coup led by Ealing North Labour Councillors failed.

Labour tax avoidance scheme for donors

The Labour party and their supporters make a big issue about companies that avoid paying their fair share of tax through tax avoidance schemes. Could the same charge now be laid at their door?

Is leader of the Council lying to residents?

The leader of the Council has written a piece in this weeks Gazette claiming credit for work others did and laying the blame for his own shortcomings at the door of the government.

EU referendum in Ealing

Conservative Prime Ministers promise to have an in out referendum on our membership of the EU could become law before the next general election.

HS2 Victory for residents

This week HS2 Ltd and the Department for Transport announced that it would recommend that the section of HS2 that passes through the London Borough of Ealing should be tunnelled rather than on the surface. This is a victory for residents who fought for this with very little help from the Labour controlled Council.