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KHAN TO CUT LOCAL POLICE FUNDING

Sadiq Khan’s plan to cut £110 million from the police budget is the equivalent of sacking 1,692 police – which would mean fewer officers on the streets of Twickenham, Hampton and Whitton.

This comes despite recent serious incidents in the Twickenham Green and Hampton areas.

Rishi Sunak's Plan for Jobs: Speech in Full

Our plan for jobs is about supporting people to find the jobs that are out there, creating new jobs through investing in our infrastructure and housing, and finally protecting jobs by revitalising the hard-hit sectors upon which many jobs depend.

Lockdown is lifting - shop local!

Now lockdown is lifting, it’s time to get out there and shop local!

Nicholas Rogers

Conservative London Assembly candidate for Richmond, Kingston & Hounslow

Council not listening say Twickenham Residents

Latest survey shows Twickenham Residents are less likely to agree that the Council takes account of their views when making decisions - in the first borough-wide survey since the Lib Dems took over administration of the council.

Boris Johnson unveils a New Deal for Britain

The Prime Minister this morning set out our ‘New Deal’, an ambitious economic strategy to rebuild Britain across the UK, putting jobs, skills and infrastructure investment at the heart of our economic recovery post-coronavirus, and delivering on our manifesto pledges to level up the entire countr

Libs Refuse to Provide Temporary Toilets & Hand Washing

With temperatures set to soar this week enticing even more people to visit Twickenham & Richmond it is disappointing that the LibDem Council has obstinately refused to provide temporary toilet and hand washing facilities.   Instead they say they will only enforce anti social behaviour and pen