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Councillors and MP help launch Merton’s Poppy Appeal

Merton Conservatives were busy selling poppies outside both Wimbledon station and Morden tube station during the morning rush today as part of London Poppy Day (Thursday 2 November). London Poppy Day marks the start of the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal across the capital.

Talking Democracy with Merton’s Young People

As part of the national Local Democracy Week initiative to bring together elected politicians with younger generations, Conservative councillors are visiting various schools in the borough over the next few days.

HELP US SAVE WIMBLEDON POLICE STATION

HELP US SAVE WIMBLEDON POLICE STATION

I would like to thank all those residents who have signed our petition over the summer to save Wimbledon police station.

Survey confirms Mucky Merton is residents’ top concern

Survey confirms Mucky Merton is residents’ top concern

Three years after Merton Council last conducted a survey, the 2017 Residents’ Survey confirms that street cleaning and litter remains top of residents’ list of concerns.

Merton Labour must pay misconduct probe costs

The significant cost to Merton Council of the investigation into Cllr Alambritis’ conduct could potentially have been spared if only the Leader of the Council had had the decency to own up from the start (‘Probe costs council £8k’, 25 May 2017).