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Sir, I write this letter on behalf of the hard working taxpayers in this country. A recent article in the Epping Forest Guardian focussed on the Bell Hotel in Epping and a protest against racism. 150 plus Labour supporters attended including several Labour councillors. Harlow’s…

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Dear Editor, I currently manage a football team called Changing Lives FC made of migrant and refugees boys. This is part of the programme under Changing Lives in Harlow CIC. I’ve recently come under lots of criticism regarding supporting migrants from my RT Interview I…

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Dear Editor, It can be a daunting prospect to talk to our children about sexual abuse. It isn’t as straightforward as talking to them about crossing roads or dealing with strangers. But whilst we all hope that our children will never be a victim of…

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Dear Editor, I AM writing in solidarity with all of those A-Level students who have had their results downgraded as a result of the Conservative Government’s cruel algorithm. The fact that A-Levels were downgraded is not altogether an issue: it can be argued that some…

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Meditating Happiness By Nishall Garala WITH the current uncertainties occurring, the pressures of our daily lives and all the negativity in the national media, it’s important to take a step back and breathe. It’s very easy to become overwhelmed with everything going on, as well…

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If you don’t trust teachers assessment then why ask them? Dear Editor, I STOOD ready to get on my soap box about the governments handling of A-level and BTEC results when I received the results my A level groups got and was quietly pleased, with…

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Letter to Editor, Bus Gate, the full story. Sir, IT is rather ironic that our MP is objecting to the closure of London Road to car users whilst at the same time has been the champion of an enlarged Harlow, which in reality for the…

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In Common Endeavour: we must cooperate if we are to boost higher education rates in Harlow By Jake Shepherd AS a Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT), I am excited to start teaching in September. Aside from the events of recent months, there remains an issue within…

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Dear Editor, I went shopping today as I always do every Monday at Tesco, Edinburgh Way. I cannot tell you how very impressed I was with them. There were two people on the entrance to gently remind people but the real surprise was inside. All…

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Collaborative Law – the future of divorce in a post-COVID world? KAREN Wallace, a specialist Collaborative Lawyer at Attwaters Jameson Hill, a major regional law firm with offices in Hertfordshire, Essex and London, is urging divorcing couples to consider Collaborative Law as an alternative to…

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Letter to the editor Sir, A letter sent to Epping Forest DC on 14 July and to Harlow DC on 17 July by the Independent Inspectors of the proposed Local Plans should have sent shock waves to both Councillors and officers at each council because…

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Dear Sir/Madam WE’VE  all felt the strain of lockdown these past few months, which means that looking after our physical and mental health is extremely important. At the British Heart Foundation (BHF), we see it as our responsibility to help people to keep their hearts…

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‘Keeping the Harlow £ in Harlow’ Frances L Mason Labour and Co-operative Councillor Toddbrook ward IT was the autumn of 2018 when I wrote about ‘Keeping the Harlow £ in Harlow’ and the importance of community wealth building; see link to Your Harlow archive below:…

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A SENIOR Harlow Labour councillor has hit back at political comments by Tory MP Robert Halfon on office block conversions. Cllr Chris Vince said: “Harlow Labour support Robert Halfon’s efforts to put pressure on his own government to finally do something about office conversions, seven…

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HARLOW Coronavirus People Before Profit heard from Clare from Harlow about the impact being shielded had on herself and her wider family. Whilst Clare’s experience is not unique, they have heard from many people in the clinically extremely vulnerable group who have felt guilty about…

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Sir, Is there any end in sight for the road works on Edinburgh Way? I APPRECIATE that things are bound to get delayed because of Covid but let’s be frank, the length of time that it’s taken to do the roadworks along Edinburgh Way became…