Harlow Council leader express concern over latest attack on Polish in town
Politics / Mon 5th Sep 2016 pm30 05:27pm
THE LEADER of Harlow Council has expressed his concerns after an an assault in the town centre that left two Polish men in hospital.
Councillor Jon Clempner, Leader of Harlow Council, said: “The Council is concerned about any disorder, whatever the motivations for it. The unacceptable behaviours of a tiny minority of people are not representative of the town I know. The perceptions these create are not the reality for the vast majority in Harlow. Harlow is a strong, open and welcoming place, and I know residents will continue to stand together and support each other. Harlow is a good place to live, work and visit for all.
“We are continuing to work with the Police to support the community and to provide reassurance during these difficult times.”
No Comments for Harlow Council leader express concern over latest attack on Polish in town: