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Join Islington borough’s top cop and Islington Council leader for live webchat

15:20 12 July 2012

Islington Council leader Catherine West

Islington Council leader Catherine West

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Residents have the chance to grill the borough's top officer and the leader of Islington Council in a live webchat from 6.30pm tonight.

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Borough commander Simon Corkill and Cllr Catherine West will be answering as many questions as possible from members of the public until 8pm.

Supt Corkill said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for the police and council to come together and answer questions and concerns that affect residents."

Cllr West added: "We’re committed to a safer Islington with less crime and antisocial behaviour. We work very closely with police and this web chat offers a new way to contact us directly."

Take part in the webchat below of follow the link on the right-hand side of the page.

Islington Borough Webchat

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