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About nickygavron

Former Deputy Mayor for London, London Assembly Member, Chair of Planning Committee, and Labour Spokesperson for Planning

I want to encourage you all to respond to this woefully inadequate clean air draft consultation!

https://consult.defra.gov.uk/airquality/air-quality-plan-for-tackling-nitrogen-dioxide/

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Sadiq launches Air Quality consultation – have your say!

After years of inaction and the threat of EU fines under his predecessor, Boris Johnson, I was delighted to see Sadiq take the swift action he promised in his manifesto on an issue that affects us all – London’s air … Continue reading

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Brexit: Statement from the Mayor of London

Full statement of the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan’s statement on the result of the EU Referendum below: “I believe that Britain is better off within the European Union, but the British people have clearly spoken today, and their democratic … Continue reading

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Evening Standard – EU referendum: Sadiq Khan in passionate defence of immigration ahead of Brexit Poll

EU referendum: Sadiq Khan in passionate defence of immigration ahead of Brexit poll | Mayor | News |

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Labour’s Rosena Allin – Khan holds Tooting in by election. Guardian article.

Labour’s Rosena Allin-Khan holds Tooting in by election

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Harriet Harman and why women in Britain are better off in Europe

Dear Nicky, Last month, we set out why women in Britain are better off in Europe. The EU has been a powerful force for driving gender equality and empowering women, but our hard won rights and protections would be at … Continue reading

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Bianca Jagger for Remain

I was delighted to see an excellent contribution for the case to remain from Bianca Jagger on the Huffington Post: “The EU Referendum Will Determine Our Future Britain and the referendum Great Britain is my adopted home. I have deep … Continue reading

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