Tower Hamlets

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List Of British Bangladeshis - Politics
... Conservative Party councillor in Regent's Park, Cabinet member for health and well-being in Tower Hamlets and General practitioner in Spitalfields Practice ... politician, who became the first directly elected mayor of Tower Hamlets in 2010 and the first Bangladeshi leader of the council ... Party member, Councillor for Bethnal Green North ward, Mayor of London Borough of Tower Hamlets for 2008/09 municipal year ...
List Of Schools In Tower Hamlets
... school and secondary schools in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. 37,500 pupils go to 98 schools in Tower Hamlets ... The London Borough of Tower Hamlets is the local education authority for state schools within the borough ...
South Quay Estate - History
... included no children, no animals, employment either within the borough of Tower Hamlets or the City of London and proof of income ... in South Quay, although this changed around the demise of the GLC and ownership passing to Tower Hamlets Borough Council ... Estate property owners purchased the freehold for the Estate from the Tower Hamlets Borough Council for £930,750.00 ...
Bangladeshi Diaspora In The United Kingdom - Society - Contribution
... Lutfur Rahman is the first directly elected mayor of Tower Hamlets.Enam Ali became the first Muslim and the first representative of the British curry industry to ... been involved with local government, increasingly in the London borough of Tower Hamlets, and Camden ... The majority of the councillors in Tower Hamlets are of Bangladeshi descent and part of the Labour Party ...

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