The child who went to Syria and became a mum: The return of Shamima Begum

“We don’t want her back in our country”. The half-baked rhetoric portrays itself as one for simpletons. It lacks understanding in Shamima Begum’s mandatory rights as a British citizen and the processes involved i.e. the government’s inability to make Shamima Begum stateless. Questions that need to be asked with the Home Secretary’s suggestion that Shamima’s … Continue reading The child who went to Syria and became a mum: The return of Shamima Begum

Tower Hamlets Council endorses the new disputed definition of anti-semitism by the IHRA

During the last full council meeting on Wednesday 19th September 2018, Tower Hamlets Council unanimously endorsed a motion upholding the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s (IHRA) definition of anti-semitism. This has been noted by many as against the Palestinian people, making any criticism of Israel to be anti-semitic. Questions that are being asked in order for … Continue reading Tower Hamlets Council endorses the new disputed definition of anti-semitism by the IHRA

PATH is no longer paving the way

Many now know the People’s Alliance of Tower Hamlets (PATH) to be curious politicians. Labour, SWP-Respect, Respect, Tower Hamlets First, Independents, PATH, Labour rejects and now to the Liberal Democrats. They've been through them all. Earlier today, Cllr Rabina Khan of the PATH group announced the disbandment of PATH in favour of the group joining … Continue reading PATH is no longer paving the way

The British Raj target Tower Hamlets

Over the years we have seen numerous hate crimes & negative media attention around race, religion and Brexit. However, more recently Islamaphobia has become a theme which many are now familiar with. Phobias are defined as fear, but in many cases Islamaphobia isn’t just fear. Far-right narratives and the actions of far-right groups are a … Continue reading The British Raj target Tower Hamlets

Khales Uddin Ahmed joins Rabina’s PATH with Tory blessing

The big day for Khales Uddin Ahmed has arrived. Today he announced his transition to PATH at Nida House on Sutton Street. Below is a picture from today’s meeting where Khales announced he has joined PATH and also a video link of Cllr Golds speaking highly of Khales. Conservative Councillor, Peter Golds was there cheerleading … Continue reading Khales Uddin Ahmed joins Rabina’s PATH with Tory blessing

Scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.

There are clear indications suggesting the close relationship between the PATH group (People’s Alliance of Tower Hamlets) and those who supported the 2015 ousting of the former Mayor, Lutfur Rahman. Key proponents of this relationship are Labour’s former councillor/council leader Helal Abbas, the twice suspended councillor, Khales Uddin Ahmed – aka the Bengali-faction of the … Continue reading Scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours.

The suspension of Tower Hamlets Labour Party’s Cllr Khales Uddin Ahmed and the boys who cried wolf.

Sources have revealed that once again Tower Hamlets Labour Party’s (THLP) Cllr Khales Uddin Ahmed of Bromley North has had his membership of the Labour party suspended yesterday. We have been informed that this decision was made yesterday by the Labour Party’s National Executive Committee (NEC) Disputes Panel. The NEC has informed THLP Chair, Chris … Continue reading The suspension of Tower Hamlets Labour Party’s Cllr Khales Uddin Ahmed and the boys who cried wolf.

Over the table, under the table or at the table?

Below is a picture of what a mayoral candidate having lunch with senior ex-council officers looks like: Could this meeting be Cllr Rabina Khan creating an illusion that she will win the mayoralty, for these guys to start supporting her; all in favour of them being repaid with consultancy work at the council? The picture … Continue reading Over the table, under the table or at the table?

Friends with benefits: The Colluding Corruption of Tower Hamlets

Many are aware that Rabina Khan made contacts with a variety of developers during her time as cabinet member for housing. This anti-socialist relationship had developed further after her cabinet post came to an end; thereafter she betrayed her old team the Tower Hamlets Independent Group (THIG). Rabina went on to form her own party, … Continue reading Friends with benefits: The Colluding Corruption of Tower Hamlets