NEW campaign group Momentum Renewal has launched its slate of candidates who will be standing in the upcoming internal Momentum elections that will see Jon Lansman step aside reports Labour List.
LAST WEEK, a joint investigation by the Financial Times and The Bureau Investigates revealed in details that Thurrock Council had secure dover £1 billion in loans as part of its financial strategy.
A PLANNING application by a popular trampoline fitness company has been bounced into touch by Harlow Council’s planning committee.
PASSENGER numbers at Stansted collapsed by more than 99 per cent in the first full month of the lockdown, new numbers have revealed.
The NHS Test and Trace system for England will see anyone who develops symptoms told to self-isolate and get tested, with the close contacts of those who are found to be positive for the disease then told to quarantine for 14 days even if they are not sick.
FOLLOWING work in his capacity as Chair of the Education Committee, Robert Halfon MP has secured changes to the current National Voucher Scheme, meaning that all schools will be able to provide meals during half-term, for those children who would be receiving them if schools were open.
THE Deputy Leader of Harlow Conservatives has written an open letter to Essex County Council calling for a county-wide counselling service to help volunteers deal with the emotional impact of working with vulnerable people during the coronavirus outbreak.
AN APPLICATION has been made to extend planning permission for portable classrooms that house Sir Frederick Gibberd College students in the grounds of Burnt Mill Academy.
“LOCAL lockdowns” will be introduced to tackle regional outbreaks of coronavirus in England in the future, the health secretary has said reports the BBC.
PLANS to develop the service bay area of The Stow into 88 apartments is set to go in front of the Harlow Council planning committee.
THE Harlow Liberal Democrats are appalled by Dominic Cummings decision to travel during lockdown and view it as an insult to the residents of Harlow who have followed the rules so diligently.
COUNCILLOR Mark Ingall, Leader of Harlow Council, has written to the Deputy Leader of Essex County Council and Cabinet Member for Infrastructure, Councillor Kevin Bentley.
AT the first ever virtual Annual Council meeting on Thursday 21 May, councillors and officers logged in from their homes.
Public Health England opens virtual exhibition to share latest plans for world-leading Harlow science campus
PUBLIC Health England (PHE) is holding a two-day virtual exhibition in June to unveil latest plans for its new public health science campus in Harlow.
CARS adorned with posters opposing the planned re-opening of schools took to the roads of Harlow on Monday (25 May). The motorcade toured local schools to the accompaniment of a steady stream of chants delivered by megaphone. The slogans included: “No Going Back to School Until It’s Safe”, “Keep Our Children Safe”, and “Keep Teachers and Other Staff Safe”.
LOCAL authorities are to be banned by the Treasury from investing in commercial property such as offices and shopping centres.
A POPULAR fitness organisation has made a planning application in respect of their premises in Staple Tye.
Letter to Editor: “By extending the period away from school this may prevent a second wave of infection”
AS a registered social worker, I know from research that children are in fact pretty resilient, it is the high quality relationships that matter more than anything else.
MP Robert Halfon set to question schools minister: “It is important that reopening is guided by the science”
SCHOOLS Minister Nick Gibb will face questions from the Education Committee on the science behind school closures, plans for reopening and how the DfE is protecting the most vulnerable children during the COVID-19 outbreak.
AND why? Because with a middle finger firmly extended to Harlow residents, Mr Johnson made it clear that the rules he required them to follow didn’t apply to him or his friends in Parliament.
Dear Editor, I have just seen the press conference by the prime minister, Boris Johnson and I can tell you, the MP for Harlow, Robert Halfon and all the people of Harlow, that this is so so wrong. My dad’s funeral took place recently. That is William John Hopkins: Born-June 1931 to March 2020. He […]
HARLOW MP Robert Halfon has “expressed his regrets” at tweeting in support of the prime minister’s government adviser Dominic Cummings after it was revealed the the adviser travelled from London to Durham contrary to government guidance on lockdown.
I AM delighted to have been ask by the leader of Harlow council, Cllr Mark Ingall, to take over as portfolio holder for Community and Wellbeing and want to thank him for this exciting opportunity to do even more to help the people of our town.
PUBLIC Health England (PHE) is holding a two-day virtual exhibition in June to unveil the latest plans for its new public health science campus in Harlow.