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An innovation at this year's Palmers Green Festival will be Speakers Corner, held on the former bowling green.

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CHECK CHARACTERS IN DESCRIPTIONEnfield Dispatch is launching in October 2018. It will include local news, features about community projects and campaigns, comment and opinion on what’s happening in the borough, interviews with local people, and previews of local events.

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The Sunday Times has published an article about the Enfield 'coup' under the headline 'Labour council taken over by clan'

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Labour's national executive committee is to investigate allegations of irregularities in the selection of candidates for this year's council elections.

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Enfield Council has appointed a new Mayor and the Labour Group has appointed new Cabinet Members

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Local campaigners calling for the UK to remain in the European Union took advantage of the crowds attending Enfield's Charter Fayre to gauge the feelings of Enfield residents towards this most controversial issue. For their latest Day of Action, members of Enfield for Europe set up their Brexitometer in Church Street, Enfield Town, and asked visitors to the Fayre to use it to show how they thought decisions about Brexit should be made and about the future of EU citizens living here.

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Information about Nesil Caliskan from the website T-Vine

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The leader of Enfield Council's Labour Group, Doug Taylor, has been replaced by Nesil Caliskan, who therefore becomes the new leader of Enfield Council

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Council election results for wards in and around Palmers Green

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There are three councillors for each ward in Enfield.  You can therefore vote for three candidates, who don't have to all belong to the same party.  Provided they're on the electoral register, non-UK citizens can vote.  There's no need to take your voting card or any ID with you. Just a reminder that you can see candidates being quizzed in these online hustings. Online hustings No 1 - first-time candidates Online hustings No 2 - major issues Online hustings No 3 - party.......

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You don't need to be an expert pollster to forecast that the next administration running Enfield Council will be formed either by Labour or by the Conservatives.  But they won't necessarily win all the council seats between them.  Both of the two next biggest local parties - Enfield Green Party and Enfield Liberal Democrats - say they are determined to make a dent in the Labour/Conservative domination by winning some seats in this week's elections.  Both parties are entering.......

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In the third of four online hustings being organised by Francis Sealey of Enfield Voices and Emma Rigby of Love Your Doorstep, the interviewees are the leaders of the four biggest parties in Enfield: Dave Mitchell, Liberal Democrats Kate McGeevor, Green Party Doug Taylor, Labour Joanne Laban, Conservatives {youtube}M2XndO4Mq98{/youtube} <?php $ogImage = 'https://www.palmersgreencommunity.org.uk/pgc/images/2018/online_hustings_party_leaders.JPG';include.......

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In the second of four online hustings being organised by Francis Sealey of Enfield Voices and Emma Rigby of Love Your Doorstep, candidates from four parties discuss the most important issues: Lee David-Sanders, Conservatives (Highlands) David Flint, Green Party (Enfield Lock) Robert Wilson, Liberal Democrats (Grange) Ayfer Orfan, Labour (Ponders End) {youtube}w1iiAWSBUCY{/youtube} <?php $ogImage =.......

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In the first of four online hustings being organised by Francis Sealey of Enfield Voices and Emma Rigby of Love Your Doorstep, all the candidates are standing for the council for the first time: Chris Dey, Conservative (Grange) Alex McRae, Green (Upper Edmonton) Margaret Greer, Labour (Lower Edmonton) Guy Russo, Liberal Democrats (Chase) {youtube}4FqlFKrj7S0{/youtube} <?php $ogImage = 'https://www.palmersgreencommunity.org.uk/pgc/images/2018/election_2018.PNG';include.......

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