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15:18, 10 SEP 2015
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Hounslow is worst place in London for fuel theft
HEATHROW is to blame for Hounslow being the capital’s fuel theft hotspot, according to police.
Munira Wilson: Putting £600 back in the pocket of the average worker
At a time when hard working families across Hounslow are struggling to make ends meet with rising food and fuel prices, Liberal Democrats in Government have ensured those on the lowest incomes get the biggest helping hand.
George Osborne MP
Seema Malhotra MP: Fuel duty rise is bad way to start 2013
As we approach Christmas, I would like to wish everyone a restful festive season and a wonderful New Year.
Brent London Borough Council
Your letters this week (September 27)
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Seema Malhotra MP: The Budget must pass the test on jobs and fairness
In this week's Constituency Matters the Labour MP for Feltham & Heston, Seema Malhotra, argues for a budget that promotes jobs and eases the burden on struggling families.
David Cameron visits DHL in Feltham
PRIME Minister David Cameron came to Feltham today to visit delivery giant DHL and take questions from staff.
Clean, green vision of the future - electric car comes to Harrow
FROM the moment the power lights up the dashboard in an electric car it is easy to forget this is not a high-tech toy or part of a film set.
Cllr Julian Bell: A tough and challenging first year
Ealing Council leader Julian Bell looks back on his first year at the helm of the borough, in our latest Constituency Matters column.
Virendra Sharma MP: Osborne’s plan is hurting but not working
Chancellor George Osborne’s reckless policies to cut too deep and too fast are hurting families here in Ealing.
Letters: We need another gordon brown
RECESSION? It could have been a depression.
Harrow London Borough Council
Drivers see red at parking hike
DRIVERS and traders are furious that they will be hit in the pocket by above-inflation rises at many of Harrow's car parks.
Petrol thieves siphoning fuel from cars
PETROL thieves have been siphoning fuel from stationary vehicles- with four reported thefts across Hillingdon in the past three weeks.
Help the drive for fairer fuel prices
THERE can now be very few people in the UK still unaware of the record price being charged for fuel at the pumps and it won't be long before we all feel the effects.
Hillingdon London Borough Council
Your council's fuel bill: £2.2m in three years
MORE than £2.2million has been spent by Hillingdon Council on fuel in the past three years.
Politicians go out in search of the first-time voter
Following the first two live television leaders' debates, interest in politics is soaring ahead of the general election.
Thousands fail to claim extra heating money
MORE than 4,000 local pensioners could be missing out on receiving money to help pay their heating bills.
Flypast: A very British Air affair
IN THE years before Heathrow's once-expansive network of domestic destinations was given a more severe pruning than a holly tree in a nudist camp, it was possible to fly from the airport to all manner of destinations throughout the British Isles.
two tings should keep the peace
A CANAL patroller will no longer be a lone ranger as a new deputy has just been appointed to help him.
Cuts in price of oil not being passed on here
It is very interesting to note that, after all last week's hype, locally petrol prices have not fallen below £1 per litre for unleaded and are still sitting at £1.02-£1.03 (at the time of writing).
Hounslow high for motor misery
Hounslow's roads are the 16th most congested and 22nd most dangerous in the country, according to a new website.
Voice of the Gazette: The winners and losers of crunch
With banks failing, food and fuel prices surging and financial experts declaring the economy is in freefall it seems there are still some winners in the global credit crunch.
Fuel crisis will freeze out west London pensioners
Gordon Brown's pledge to take the sting out of surging fuel prices will not prevent hard up west London pensioners from turning off their heating this winter, a consumer group has claimed.