Politics · Tower Hamlets

Overview & Scrutiny Committee

LBTH, date 26. September 2022, online link It's 18:34 now and the meeting has not started yet. It's starting 4 minutes late and the sound problems are resolved at 18:36. Customer Services Improvements taken off the agenda. Skills Audit Feedback, Scrutiny have been organising in-house training sessions for officers of the committee, open to all… Continue reading Overview & Scrutiny Committee

Conservative · Politics

Conservatives took a Labour seat

Let's not get brainwashed by some media who desperately spreading false news that Labour is winning in all sorts of ways and that they are the next government. They are not. It is perfectly explained by this latest Conservative win in Sherbourne where Jackie Gardiner took a Labour seat with a comfortable majority. These were… Continue reading Conservatives took a Labour seat

Politics · Tower Hamlets

LBTH committee meetings

22. September 2022 Two meetings were announced Standards Advisory Committee, started on time 18:30, see online tv library Licensing Sub-Committee, still not started at 18:44, nor 18:53, nor 19:08. Pretty strange that we keep on getting notifications of meetings, which do not take place. both due to start at 18:30. It's not the first time… Continue reading LBTH committee meetings

Monarchy · Politics · Taxes · United Kingdom


My main activity at present is to follow the National Proclamations in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and this week in my own borough. King Charles III makes all municipal regions of the country and commonwealth swear allegiance very systematically, like a contractual obligation for states. They all - including Lutfur Rahman's administration - pledge… Continue reading Royalty

Conservative · Johanna Kaschke · Law · Monarchy · Politics

Prime Minister’s tribute

A speech well worth remembering and reproducing, as it will become a corner stone of all speeches, and an era that has now come to an end and is the new beginning of forward-thinking Britons and the world. Liz Truss has managed to interweave her personal experience with national events, as you do as Prime… Continue reading Prime Minister’s tribute

Conservative · Politics

The most diverse cabinet in history

I am pleasantly surprised by Liz Truss. That proves, never listen to the hype of the media. Actually, the local Bethnal Green and Bow Association was directly supporting Liz Truss, just that I had not been invited and so did not even know that Liz Truss is actually from Greenwich, Royal Greenwich, which has one… Continue reading The most diverse cabinet in history

Conservative · Politics

land of opportunities

and of Hope and Glory. The message we give to all Commonwealth member states and the world. That we are champions of equal opportunity and that race, creed, colour or sexual orientation is no hindrance to career. Rishi Sunak embodies the Commonwealth. Born in Southampton to parents of Indian descent who migrated to Britain from East Africa in the… Continue reading land of opportunities

Politics · Tower Hamlets

Strategic development committee

10. August 2022, see webcast The purpose of this meeting was to determine a planning application to allow or refuse permission to gate a housing development or community. The buildings already existed without the gates since a long time. A resident argued for the gates because of anti-social behaviour and to say that locals don't… Continue reading Strategic development committee

Politics · Tower Hamlets


August 2022, see online Lutfur Rahman opens the meeting. Public Question: cleaner greener future, on this basis, how St. George's will be smaller for a new built and refurbishment, would be better and built within 2 years and offers more for less. Mayor statement, the new leisure facility significant improvement. Asked officers to maximise that… Continue reading Cabinet

Politics · Tower Hamlets

Overview and Scrutiny committee

28. July 2022 online streaming Strategy plan 2023 >2026. High-level corporate plan. How it will be measured. See plan here Aligns with the financial framework. Housing Re-generating scrutiny what percentage would be roughly market rent, 80% of market rent is not affordable. Care leavers are a key consideration. There are opportunities for apprenticeships, employment for… Continue reading Overview and Scrutiny committee