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Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Peers have said Mr Beard was “incredibly proud” to have served the constituency for Labour

The borough has called for the Elizabeth Line to be extended across the borough

A consultation on the closures is underway

Some 12 MPs wrote a six-page letter to rail minister Paul Maynard in response to a recent consultation

St Thomas More Catholic School travelled to the Houses of Parliament on Friday

It is now contacting schools and care homes to check they have fire risk assessments in place

Adam Wilkinson starts his role as interim managing director on July 3

A motion noting “dismay” at the mayor’s decision not to attend a scrutiny meeting was backed by London Assembly members

The mayor says residents in Bromley and Bexley are set to benefit

The statement comes in the mayor’s draft transport strategy

The Tory MP beat his Labour rival, Stefano Borella, by 20 per cent of the election vote

The snap election was called in a bid to grasp a greater majority

The result was announced earlier this morning

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Labour candidate Danny Hackett voted alongside Mabel Ogundayo, the deputy leader of Bexley Labour

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He was elected on Wednesday night

However, Stephen Gasche also suggested the service level would have been the same

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Bexleyheath and Crayford’s candidates are divided over the suggestion

The monster will arrive on Saturday morning

The vote is just over a month away

Both are Labour candidates

Thousands have voiced their opposition to the Lower Thames Crossing decision and planned changes to rail services

Government departments are now in purdah

A consultation had discussed cutting some services toward London

The government responded last week by insisting it is “not proposing to cut specific services”

The DfT suggests all Metro services on the north Kent (between Dartford and Charlton), Greenwich and Bexleyheath lines would terminate at Cannon Street only

Research has been conducted by independent watchdog Transport Focus after the government launched a consultation last month

A consultation proposes all Metro services on the north Kent (between Dartford and Charlton), Greenwich and Bexleyheath lines terminate at Cannon Street only

Large quantities of freight traffic access the capital by travelling through the county

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