Our Team Out and About

We are regularly talking to residents to find out their views and opinions. Please do contact us if you have a local issue that we can help with. Please see the 'People' page and 'Association Officers' for contact details.

A real picture of the violence and wanton destruction in our Borough

'The random and indiscriminate violence against businesses, households and the police witnessed across London last night is totally despicable and without excuse. It is pure criminality and an embarrassment for ordinary hardworking Londoners, and those responsible will feel the full force of the law in the coming days and weeks.

We want to thank and commend the police, fire brigade, local authorities and many local volunteers who have worked tirelessly throughout the last 48 hours to restore order, save property and life, and repair damage to local communities.

Tower Hamlets votes 'No' in AV referendum

The people of Tower Hamlets have rejected making changes to the voting system used to choose MPs by delivering a resounding No vote in the recent referendum. 54% of local people voted No, rejecting the change proposed by Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband.

Mayor's £2,000 taxi bill

Lutfur Rahman has charged the residents of Britain's poorest borough £2,191.04 on taxi fares up to the end of February since his election in October as Executive Mayor of Tower Hamlets, according to information received from councillors enquiries.

John Moss Selected as our GLA candidate for City & East

I’m John Moss, your Conservative candidate for the London Assembly. I have more than 20 years experience in regeneration, including six years spent at the Docklands Development Corporation. I worked on the rescue of Canary Wharf, getting the Jubilee Line extension underway and on the Excel project.


Conservatives call on Mayor Rahman to scrap East End Life

The Conservatives presented a petition at the Council meeting on the 23rd February asking for the propaganda freesheet East End Life to be scrapped. Each year it costs us £1.5 million to provide a free pubilicity service for the controlling power in the Town Hall.

Conservatives choose their candidate for the General Election

Zakir Khan was selected as the Conservative Party candidate for Bethnal Green and Bow on Sunday 7th March 2010 at an Open Primary selection meeting. At a packed meeting he was chosen from a strong and diverse field of candidates.

Bethnal Green and Bow launches new website

Thank you for your support at the last election. Because of you, David Cameron is the first Conservative Prime Minister in 13 years and the Government’s plans to build a strong economy and a big society are in full swing. Now, to help us communicate with you, we've launched this new local website.