It was a case of like mother, like daughter at a university graduation that proved to be a family affair.
A century ago, the first women were finally given the right to vote. Now Emily Thornberry has declared “the time has come” for another group of people whose voices are silenced during elections.
Islington is famous for being a politically active borough. You only have to look back to this year’s general election, with 69 per cent turnout in Islington South and Finsbury and 73pc in Islington North.
A Holloway special needs school is looking to the future after holding its first ever careers event.
Two people have been assaulted outside City and Islington College in Goswell Road.
Students experienced a range of emotions this morning as they collected their GCSE results from Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School.
“I try and do my best to enhance the young person’s capabilities. I’m very focused on their education, their wellbeing and their cultural needs.”
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