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12:44, 30 JAN 2017
Nickie Aiken named new leader of Westminster City Council
William Hague's former press officer was elected at a meeting on Wednesday (January 25) after being named leader-elect at the end of last year
UKIP donor pays for Monster Raving Loony Party leader to stand in Uxbridge and South Ruislip
Alan 'Howling Laud' Hope said: “It's more of a friendly gesture than anything else. It's not a donation... Alright it is.”
William Hague and MP Mary Macleod talk domestic violence to pupils at Chiswick School
Year 11 and 12 students hear from the politicians about a zero-tolerance policy on violence against women and girls
Tories select ex John Major staffer to take on Steve Pound
A Richmond councillor who once worked for former Prime Minister John Major has launched his campaign to be the next MP for Ealing North.
Surgeon Abbas Khan killed unlawfully, inquest rules
Dr Khan, 32, was found hanging in his cell in December last year, days before the Syrian administration claimed he would be freed.
Ruislip MP to focus on lobbying for changes to HS2 after resigning in Cameron reshuffle
Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP lost his Cabinet job in Cameron's re-shuffle but anti-HS2 campaigners hope he will now be free to fight against the high-speed rail project
Nick Hurd loses cabinet job
The Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner MP has lost his job as Civil Society Minister in Dave Cameron's cabinet reshuffle.
William Hague meets Somali community at Ealing Town Hall
Residents took the opportunity to question the Foreign Secretary over the UK Government's efforts to rebuild Somalia after its civil war
Virendra Sharma MP: Why an inquiry into Golden Temple massacre is needed
Ealing Southall MP Virendra Sharma reflects on unanswered questions surrounding the UK government's role in the 1984 Golden Temple massacre of Sikhs in India, in his latest column.
Justice will be done for former Stanmore doctor who died in Syria, says Hague
Foreign Minister answers questions on war-torn Syria while touring Harrow
William Hague to visit Harrow
The Foreign Minister will be dropping by Harrow on the Hill for what's been described by Harrow West Conservative Association as a 'community outreach visit'
London 2012 Olympics
Seb Coe - the best-written sports autobiography of the decade
Seb Coe has produced perhaps the best-written sports autobiography of the past decade, a fantastic story of a serial over-achiever which manages to engage the reader on every page.
Teen's appeal to Hammersmith MP: Champion children's rights
A HAMMERSMITH teenager has called on Andy Slaughter MP to champion children’s rights in Gaza following an exhibition in Parliament.
Retro West London: The secret of St Mary's Crypt
A heavyweight hitter, soldier and cultural icon lived in ealing and was laid to rest in Hanwell.
Get behind bid for Middle East peace
HERE is a new year's resolution with a difference: what about resolving to achieve justice for all the people - Palestinians and Israelis - who were so terribly affected by the devastating conflict in the region two years ago?
Bma@il: Toast the happy couple
THE political situation has filtered into my private life. I found myself writing on Mr F's birthday card last week 'with love from your coalition partner'.
Pinner man tells of the Afghan frontline
A SOLDIER from Pinner has told of his experiences in the front line of combat in Afghanistan, while his parents talk of their day-to-day worries for his safety.