A tri-borough backroom scheme is set to see one of its member councils pull out entirely by the end of the month.
Boris Johnson has paid tribute to the NHS, saying there is “no question” it saved his life after he contracted coronavirus.
The Home Secretary has kicked off a public awareness campaign to ensure those experiencing or at risk of domestic abuse know of the help on offer.
Boris Johnson is on the mend and “sitting up in bed” the chancellor has confirmed.
Boris Johnson is “responding to treatment” in a London hospital as he battles coronavirus, Downing Street has said.
Boris Johnson is in a “stable” condition after spending the night in intensive care as he battles coronavirus.
Today the UK heads to the polls for the first December election since 1923 – so please do brave the weather, get out and vote.
The country is on course for its first December general election since 1923 after MPs in Westminster backed plans to go to the polls on December 12 at the Houses of Parliament yesterday.
Teresa Pearce has confirmed she will be standing down at the next election, claiming the time is coming for “a new voice” for Erith and Thamesmead.
Council bosses need to find £18m within the next year as finances remain tight in Bexley, despite councillors already having signed off on millions in savings.
Voters will elect 73 members to represent the UK in the European Parliament on Thursday.
Crossrail will not open before December 2020, the company behind the infrastructure project has confirmed.
A councillor who joined Labour when he was still taking his GCSEs has quit the party amid the national fallout over bullying and anti-semitism.
Bexley Council is among 11 boroughs which have joined forces to provide accommodation to families at risk of homelessness – backed by £38m in government funding.
Dagenham and Rainham MP Jon Cruddas expressed concerns that an energy park in Bexley will lead to “toxic fumes” billowing across the Thames to the Rainham and Beam Park development area.
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Dodgy roads in Bexley cost the council more than £100,000 last year in payouts to disgruntled drivers and cyclists.
The first trains have been on trial test runs to Abbey Wood on Crossrail’s new Elizabeth line at speeds up to 60mph.
Bexley Council remains firmly in the hands of the Conservatives following the local election which saw Ukip wiped out.
Tomorrow is May 3, when voters across London will be casting their ballots in local elections.
Looking back at the stories in Bexley over the past 12 months.
Children and families minister Robert Goodwill visited the West Street Neighbourhood Nursery and West Street Children’s Centre to talk to parents, carers and staff.
The extra funding is going towards road and resurfacing work
Two borough MPs have slammed proposals
Sadiq Khan has proposed closing the site and moving services to Sidcup
Teresa Pearce has joined a cross-party group of MPs in supporting the motion
The speech was marred by several incidents
A City Hall consultation ends on on Friday
The winners will be announced in February
The Bexley and Bromley assembly member has leapt to the defence of the the cab firm
Transport for London said the cab app has demonstrated a “lack of corporate responsibility”
The event has raised more than £30million since it started 16 years ago
Sadiq Khan hopes to sell off a number of buildings to fund frontline policing
The senior MP visited council offices on Thursday
It will reopen in October
Peers have said Mr Beard was “incredibly proud” to have served the constituency for Labour
The council are insisting he has time to do both jobs
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
The event took place last week
Cabinet members approved a five-year finance strategy on Tuesday night
The title comes with £1.1million funding prize
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