June 2006

Local Paper Review: 28th June 2006


In a new weekly feature, greenwichconservatives.com brings you the highlights of news stories in the local papers hitting the doorsteps this week.

 

 

 

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Working families deserve more help and support

Local Conservatives this week welcomed new calls by David Cameron to give more support to families and working parents, and to ta

New state powers to grab people’s homes go too far

New powers for town halls across the country to seize and commandeer private homes which have been empty for as little as six months have been revealed this week.

 

 

Unanimous support to honour Dorothy Mepsted

Cllr Chris Taylor led a motion paying tribute to Dorothy Mepsted at last week's Council Meeting. The motion called on the Council to re-name Riverside House in Woolwich after the former Army Captain, special needs teacher and Councillor for New Eltham.

 

Firepower museum in cash crisis

Conservatives have expressed concern over the future of the Firepower museum in Woolwich, after it was revealed that the attraction is in serious financial difficulties. 

 

Local Paper Review: 14th June 2006


In a new weekly feature, greenwichconservatives.com brings you the highlights of news stories in the local papers hitting the doorsteps this week.

 

 

 

 

 

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