Haringey Lib Dems write to council over 'rape culture' allegations

The Liberal Democrats have written to Councillor Kaushika Amin, Haringey Council's Cabinet Member for Children, Education and Families, in response to an open letter to governors at Highgate School from female students and alumni. The letter was regarding the school's rape culture and systemic inadequacies when dealing with victims of sexual assault.

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Haringey Labour readmits councillors suspended for racism

Two Labour councillors who were suspended for anti-semitic comments have been readmitted to the Labour Party, and the Haringey Labour council group. This means that the only councillor in Haringey to have been removed from the Labour group is Cllr Barbara Blake (Ind-Seven Sisters), who was accused of retweeting a post from Change UK.

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Haringey passes cross-party motion on protecting women

Haringey Council passed a cross party motion this evening, supported unanimously by Liberal Democrat and Labour councillors. The council pledged to help end violence against women and girls, including asking the Home Secretary to make street harassment a specific crime.

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Liberal Democrat proposals voted down

Two progressive Liberal Democrat proposals were voted down by Labour at Full Council.

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Haringey Council “tampering” with FOI requests

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A report to the council’s Scrutiny Committee this week has revealed requests for information made by local residents on a controversial housing scheme were cleared by Labour politicians before being sent out.

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Concerns remain for the future of Mary Feilding Guild

Following a meeting with representatives of the Mary Feilding Guild on Friday (12th March 2021), Highgate Liberal Democrats have expressed their continued concern over the future for current residents and care home provision on the site.

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Labour Admits Failures Over £1 Million Debt Write-Off

Labour councillors have admitted they failed to have a clear process to protect taxpayers' money after it emerged yesterday that nearly £1 million of debt had to be written off following the failure of two projects.

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