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Islington Council is encouraging local people to continue their incredible efforts to keep one another safe from Covid-19, after a number of instances of unsafe behaviour over the weekend.
We all need to keep looking out for each other and keeping each other safe - Islington Council statement
Today (Monday, 22 February) the Prime Minister has announced that schools will return to classrooms from 8 March, as a first step in the Government's plan for emerging from lockdown.
Islington Council launches two property licensing schemes to help secure fairer conditions for private renters
Islington Council is making private renting fairer and protecting renters’ rights by launching two new landlord licensing schemes, helping to secure a fairer deal for private renters in the borough by improving conditions.
LGBT+ History Month is a national annual event aiming to increase the visibility of the LGBT+ community, as well as their history, lives and experiences, and to promote equality and diversity through education.
To help keep everyone in the borough safe, Islington Council has launched four Covid testing sites around the borough using rapid tests supplied by the NHS, and is offering testing to key workers as part of the UK-wide effort to drive down transmission rates.
Cllr Richard Watts, leader of Islington Council, said: “We are shocked and deeply saddened by the tragic death of a teenage boy following a stabbing in Islington this evening (Monday, 25th January).
The council will host an online event on 27 January to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day, the international day to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust, alongside millions of other people killed under Nazi Persecution and in many other genocides around the world including in Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia and Darfur.
Rebuilding a fairer society in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic – and supporting those hardest hit by its effects – are the cornerstones of Islington Council’s Budget proposals for the next financial year.
The Government has tonight (Monday, 4th January) announced a national lockdown for England to help tackle soaring rates of coronavirus cases.
Islington’s primary schools will move to online learning from Monday (4th January) to help tackle surging coronavirus cases in London.
The Government has announced secondary school pupils in Islington will return to schools and colleges later than planned because of surging coronavirus infections.