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Latest blog posts


London Council in Court after Exposing Staff and Visitors to Lethal Asbestos Dust

Waltham Forest Borough Council has been fined after exposing members of staff and visitors to lethal asbestos dust known to be present in the Town Hall basement. Asbestos fibres were detected in 2002 after the Council commissioned a survey however, despite this detection, the Council failed to take action to remove the asbestos. Consequently, members of staff and visitors were allowed to carry on working and using the basement regardless of the known danger. In 2012, the danger came to light again only by chance when a local resident requested to see some election expenses documentation. The Authority denied the request with the reason that the paperwork was contaminated with […]

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Run Norwich 10K

On 30 August 2015, myself and my colleague, Penny Horne, will be running the Norwich 10k, all in aid of charity. I have been running for a number of years now, just generally to keep fit – but also because I really do enjoy it. In fact, I run most days but have always stuck to short distances, such as 5 or 6k. So entering the Norwich 10k has given me the opportunity to push myself and my boundaries, and training for that extra distance (and a few steep uphill runs) has been challenging. Penny, on the other hand, had never been for a run. Although a regular gym goer […]

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