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If Heathrow gets the green light for expansion, it wants to establish four logistics hubs for the off-site construction of the expanded airport - and the council is hoping that Beam Reach can be one of them.

I don’t think I can ever recall a more wretched and divided government than the current Tory one.

Campaigners have warned that the council could fail to meet recycling targets if it doesn’t get more government money.

In the year before June 2016, the month of the referendum, 2,240 people registered, 610 more than in the latest period.

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The former leader of Havering Council’s UKIP group, which was wiped out overnight and failed to win a single seat on the council, has said the borough’s residents will miss his party’s voice at town hall.

Get driving for Britain after we leave the EU

Fewer EU citizens are registering for national insurance numbers in Havering than before the Brexit vote, the latest figures reveal.

Ever since I was elected to Parliament, I have never missed an opportunity to raise the importance of our Commonwealth and Britain’s place in the world.

To celebrate Commonwealth Day, the Mayor of Havering and dignitaries from the borough will be joined by council staff and community groups to raise the flag outside the town hall.

The local council elections are almost upon us and I am urging all residents to register to vote.

International Trade Secretary Dr Liam Fox visited the Queen’s Theatre to talk to Havering businesses about how to make the most out of exporting opportunities.

Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom MP visited Romford today.

London’s Member of the European Parliament (MEP) and interim leader of the Ukip party, says his beliefs of Islam being a “death cult” are “factual”.

As we leave the EU, we shall need our domestic workforce to be ever more dynamic, innovative and flexible – not just to maximise the opportunities from Brexit but to reduce our reliance on a vast overseas workforce.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

It has been revealed that 1,200 jobs in Havering are under threat from a “no deal” hard Brexit, according to new figures.

Romford’s MP is calling for the national anthem to be taught in schools across the country as part of the curriculum.

Men are more successful at passing their driving tests at the Hornchurch test centre than women, according to the latest figures.

The dawning of 2018 marks our final fifteen months of EU membership, and the first weeks back in Parliament will see debates on the Customs Bill and the Trade Bill – legislation designed to give the UK our own customs and excise regime and to rollover trade deals to which we are currently party as an EU member.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

Households in Havering throw out more than half a tonne of rubbish which does not get recycled, new figures reveal.

Havering Council is set to greenlight a £125,000 five-year plan to help curb the borough’s rising problems with air pollution.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Recorder readers this week.

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