Roehampton University Students Union passed a motion opposing £3.2m of cuts to the university’s Arts & Humanities faculty last Monday.
THE parents of a disabled child struggling to find a suitable nursery place say Wandsworth Council’s special education needs and
A mental health patient waited more than 36 hours for a bed at St George’s Hospital, an FOI from Tooting
Lambeth Council denounce library protest ‘mob’ throwing plastic eyes to chants of ‘we’re watching you’
A campaigner described the spat as ‘childish’ but today Lambeth Council suggested police could be involved in future meetings as tensions between
Protestors occupy Lambeth libraries to prevent closure as Green Party criticise ‘shambolic’ council plans
Against a backdrop of nationwide library closures and cuts, a Lambeth library is being occupied by peaceful protestors after it
Zac Goldsmith steps down as Richmond disability charity patron over support of ‘brutal’ benefit cuts
Zac Goldsmith has resigned as patron of a Richmond disability charity after voting for disability cuts, as the chancellor George
‘Devastating’ £5million cuts planned for Merton’s adult social services in bid to keep council tax frozen
Cuts of £5million to Merton Council’s adult social services were agreed by the Labour cabinet on Monday in order to
Lives were at risk when Surbiton Fire Station was one of only nine of London’s stations to be able to
Shocking cuts proposed to adult social care in Merton have prompted Age UK to launch a petition. November’s spending review
Wandsworth fire station could be reduced to one engine as part of a bid to save millions of pounds by
Protesters rally against Streatham Jobcentre ‘forcing unemployed people into mental health treatment’
Angry protesters marched on Streatham jobcentre today to share their dismay at a pilot scheme of therapists for the unemployed.