Local campaigner Lee Burkwood describes the farce that Redbridge Council’s last full council meeting of the year descended into.
David Reynolds | The Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party has decided not to stand in the Ilford North constituency in the coming General Election. Although the Green Party has a powerful and compelling vision for building a better, bolder Britain, and will be standing in the other seats in Redbridge and Waltham Forest, as well as in every corner of the country, the UK's outdated electoral system calls for a different approach in marginal seats such as Ilford North.
Ann Williams - A Letter from a Redbridge resident and Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party member
Rebecca Tully - Writes regarding the need to support our libraries and the buildings that house them.
Diana Korchien - A letter suggesting that some good could come from recent events.
Lee Burkwood - A letter on TfL and the Vagrancy Act of 1824.from a member of the Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party.
Rob Sheldon - A letter on the council's plan to develop Lea Marshes for housing. Mr Sheldon is one of the 4500 signatories of a petition being handed in at 12pm today, Tuesday 31st January, at Waltham Forest Town Hall.
Glyn Roberts - A letter on the link between air pollution and dementia from Glyn Roberts, of Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party.
Rebecca Tully - A response to the Chingford Hijab Attack from Rebecca Tully, joint coordinator of Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party.
Barry Cooper - A letter on improving pedestrian safety at Charlie Brown's Roundabout from a member of Waltham Forest & Redbridge Green Party and Redbridge resident.