Issues raised over Parkland Walk vegetation clearance

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Muswell Hill’s Liberal Democrat councillors have raised concerns over the scale of vegetation clearance on Parkland Walk after receiving feedback from residents. Several residents have contacted local councillors in response to the works, saying that, among other things, the works went too far and were poorly managed.

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Concerns Over Queens Wood Flood Scheme

A Liberal Democrat councillor has written to Haringey Council, raising major concerns with flood mitigation works in Queens Wood, and asking for an Environmental Impact Assessment to be urgently carried out. Major issues had previously been raised by residents, the Friends of Queens Wood, the Rivers Forum, and a former Haringey Council Conservation Officer.

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Council Pays £12M Over Market Rate For Own Offices

Independent auditors, BDO, have revealed that Haringey Labour wasted millions of taxpayers money over 2019/20, stating at a Corporate Committee meeting that they had found ‘too many’ errors in Haringey’s accounts.

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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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