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17:11, 18 NOV 2013
Councillor David Millican: Volunteering at the heart of our community
Ealing Conservative Leader David Millican uses his latest Gazette column to shine a light on worthy voluntary work in the community this Christmas
Ealing 100-year-old gets visit from ward councillor
EALING Conservative group leader David Millican has called on a constituent to congratulate her on reaching the ripe old age of 100.
Cllr David Millican: Lack of integrity and transparency exhibited by Labour
Probity, integrity and transparency are of such concern that it seems barely a day goes by without a public official being in the news for some form of underhand behaviour.
'Body blow' for Ealing as judge refuses hospital review
THE CAMPAIGN to save Ealing Hospital has suffered a major blow after judges refused to hold a judicial review over a decision to close the site’s A&E services.
Letters: Tories demand answers from Ealing Labour leader over planning application
We welcome the decision of the Council to investigate the Leader for alleged breaches of his position regarding a planning application by fellow senior Labour official Dr Onkar Sahota.
Letters Page: Charges for living near Crossrail
The Gazette reported the concern of John Beeston, chairman of EPTUG, and others concerning the lack of consultation on the regeneration of stations in the borough to be served by Crossrail (Transport Watch, July 5).
Ealing Council leader under investigation by standards board
THE leader of Ealing Council has insisted his 'conscience is clear' as it was revealed this week that he is under investigation for improper conduct.
Letters: Conservatives call for road investment in Ealing
As the Conservative Opposition we have received numerous complaints from residents right across the borough about the declining standards of roads and pavements.
Cllr David Millican: Economic recovery is firmly on track
THE UK's recovery has "finally got legs" and is "firmly on track" - those are not my words but the words of the prestigious Ernst & Young Item Club, just this week.
Letters: Resident parking must be protected
I am writing following your front page story (Southall Gazette, June 28) about the new car park to be built on the site of the former cattle market by the autumn.
Letters: Hotel actions all above board
In response to the letter ‘Hotel developer jumped the gun’ (Ealing Gazette, June 14), while the developer has been quick off the mark, the fact is that the application for a new hotel on the corner of Melbourne Avenue and Uxbridge Road has been approved by the planning committee on May 15.
Letters: Londoners support the cap on benefits
The issue of welfare reform is hugely important to many people.
Cllr David Millican: The importance of getting in touch
One of the great privileges about being a Councillor is the opportunity to meet and talk with such a wide range of people, from different communities, and who live in different neighbourhoods across the community.
Cllr David Millican: Respect for the life of Margaret Thatcher
Ealing Conservative group leader, Councillor David Millican, provides our latest Constituency Matters column.
Picture of the Week: Has Spring arrived in Ealing?
THERE is nothing like bright daffodils to signal that summer and sunshine are on their way.
Ealing Tory leader disappointed by Thatcher flag decision
CONSERVATIVE leader David Millican has said he is "very disappointed" that Ealing Council will not fly its flag at half mast for Margaret Thatcher today or hold a minute's silence.
Council refuses to fly flag at half mast for Maggie
THERE are no plans for Ealing Council to lower the flag at Ealing Town Hall or observe a minute’s silence, in tribute to former Prime Minister, Baroness Margaret Thatcher.
Terrible weather fails to deter Ealing HS2 protestors
NORTH Ealing Against HS2 marched in protest despite the terrible weather conditions on Saturday (March 23).
Letters: Complacency fails to deliver services
If you believed the article on the 2012 residents survey in the Around Ealing edition that has just dropped though my letterbox, you’d be mistaken for thinking that Ealing Council provides an excellent service.
Letters: Survey doesn't tell whole story about Ealing Council
If you believed the article on 2012 Residents Survey in the current Around Ealing, which has just dropped though my letterbox, you’d be mistaken for thinking that Ealing Council provides an excellent service.
Cllr David Millican: Making a difference as an Ealing councillor
Councillor David Millican, leader of the Conservative group on Ealing Council, pens this week's Constituency Matters political column.
Survey finds most are satisfied with Ealing Council
PEOPLE are satisfied with Ealing Council according to the latest results but opposition councillors remain unconvinced.
Cllr David Millican: Public satisfaction with Ealing's Labour Council is falling
Ealing Conservative leader Councillor David Millican provides this week's Constituency Matters political column.
Tories accuse council of 'callous and cold hearted charges'
THE Town Hall has rubber stamped plans to reduce council tax support - a move opposition councillors have branded a tax on the poor.