Monthly Archives: September 2014

Some good news for business in Willesden

Just a short post on this, but my colleague Councillor Roxanne Mashari has announced that Brent’s Labour Council will be introducing an incentive worth £3000 to upgrade to super fast broadband.

I can see that coming in useful!

Rethink the A&E closure

Labour Councillors are calling for the suspension of the closure of Central Mid A&E. Many have also protested against the closure more generally, which I continue to feel is very reasonable.

There is no government mandate for the changes, they are bad for care quality and ease of access, jobs are wrongly at stake, and nowhere near enough consideration has been given to transport.

While the Tories and Lib Dems press ahead, Northwick Park is in a right old state. Continue reading