More women than ever before have been elected to parliament in the 2017 General Election. After 196 women served in
Outgoing Conservative Battersea MP Jane Ellison feels her loss to Labour challenger Marsha De Cordova is a rejection of Brexit.
A change in colour for bellwether seat Battersea could be an omen of big Labour gains elsewhere in the country.
Battersea’s Diamond Jubilee Bridge could edge a step closer to securing funding following TFL cost review
The proposed Diamond Jubilee Bridge could edge a step closer as the TFL cost review into the project is due
Wandsworth represented entirely by female MPs as Labour’s Rosena Allin-Khan wins Tooting by-election
It’s girl power in Wandsworth as Rosena Allin-Khan was crowned Tooting MP replacing Sadiq Khan in the by-election in the early
Single parent families worst affected by welfare reforms as Wandsworth Foodbank sees users surge by 25%
Vulnerable people in Wandsworth are increasingly being forced into food poverty and associated suicidal tendencies by the government’s welfare reforms,
A sea of pink descended on south London as Moonwalk City took over Clapham Common for its annual marathon last
The fight against female genital mutilation (FGM) has drawn celebrities and politicians alike to speak out against the practise but
Battersea’s Jane Ellison has vowed to make Stoptober a priority as a new law which bans smoking in cars with
A riot-themed incense called Lavender Hill Mob has been slammed on Twitter by Battersea’s MP and community groups as being
Battersea re-elected MP Jane Ellison described Labour’s campaign as ‘loud and fizzy’ after successfully holding on to her seat with