Category Archive: navinsays

May 23 2013

Navin Says: Terrorist Act in Woolwich

Like all peace loving, fair minded people I’m shocked and horrified with the terrorist act in Woolwich. I condemn this heinous and barbaric crime which is no more than an act of public execution – never seen before on the streets of London and I’m ashamed of it. London has one of the best police …

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May 23 2013

Navin Says: Terrorist Act in Woolwich

Like all peace loving, fair minded people I’m shocked and horrified with the terrorist act in Woolwich. I condemn this heinous and barbaric crime which is no more than an act of public execution – never seen before on the streets of London and I’m ashamed of it. London has one of the best police …

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May 22 2013

Navin Says: Mayor Making “Unsavoury”

Guest article by Cllr Navin Shah: The dictatorial behaviour of both the outgoing and incoming Mayors at the Full Council meeting gave an unsavoury and early taste of their contempt for the democratic process in Harrow Council. It was outrageous that the outgoing Mayor (one of the gang of 9 defectors) did not allow Cllr …

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May 21 2013

Navin Says: HCJ – no place in our borough

Guest column from Cllr Navin Shah… In recent months the “Harrow Council for Racial Justice” (HCRJ), which also calls itself the “Harrow Council for Justice” (HCJ), has become active in spreading rumours and falsehoods about various individuals and organisations in Harrow. I believe that HCRJ / HCJ is a front organisation run by Cllr Husain …

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Feb 01 2013

Navin Says: Boris repeats “sham” consultation for fire cuts

Boris Johnson was today criticised for over-ruling the London Fire Authority’s call for a full London-wide consultation on his proposed fire cuts. Yesterday the Mayor directed the London Fire Authority to make deep cuts and to consult on these changes. However, the consultation ordered by Boris will not include public meetings in each London borough, …

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Feb 01 2013

Navin Says: 999 services “devastated” in Brent and Harrow

Mayor of London Boris Johnson was confronted yesterday by local Labour London Assembly Member Navin Shah about cuts to emergency services in Brent and Harrow. Emergency services are being “devastated” with the proposed closure of Pinner and Civic Centre (Counter) police stations in Harrow, Willesden Green and Harlesden police station in Brent and the Central …

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Jan 17 2013

Navin Says: Boris Quizzed over Police Cuts

Boris Johnson was challenged today over cuts to the Metropolitan Police in Brent and Harrow. Mr Johnson and the Metropolitan Police Commissioner faced questions at City Hall from local Labour Assembly Member Navin Shah. Boris was questioned about cuts to frontline policing cover including cuts to police stations, police officers and the recent “sham” consultations …

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Jan 11 2013

Navin Says: Harrow’s Policing Consultation- “The Alice in Wonderland Plan”

I attended the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) Public Consultation at Harrow Civic Centre in Harrow on Thursday 10th January 2013. Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Stephen Greenhalgh hosted the meeting, accompanied by Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne to consult on the new policing model for London and its implications on Harrow. Cllr Thaya …

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Jan 04 2013

Navin Says: Harrow’s Stations Need Better Accessibility

The Mayor of London has revealed the names of the 28 stations that would be made step-free and no stations in Harrow have been added to the list. In Harrow, the two key stations that are least accessible for people with mobility difficulties are Harrow-on-the-Hill and Stanmore. I have been campaigning since I was first …

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Nov 19 2012

Navin Says: Call to identify dangerous junctions and streets in Harrow

Labour London Assembly Member Navin Shah is calling on local residents to identify dangerous junctions and streets in Brent and Harrow as part of Road Safety Week, coordinated by the charity Brake. The campaign GO 20 launches today (Monday). Navin Shah AM has joined the campaign’s call to increase safety on local roads for people …

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