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Nickie Aiken
Leader of Westminster City Council
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Sunday Politics London Jul 14
One week after London Pride joins us to talk about the LGBT+ work does
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London Councils Jul 8
London boroughs are hugely concerned that unaccompanied asylum-seeking children won't receive the care they need due to a breakdown in government plans to support them. The Home Office's National Transfer Scheme isn't working - read our press release:
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Nickie Aiken Jul 6
Proud to be celebrating with Westminster staff, the Lord Mayor and my fellow councillors
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Westminster Council Jul 5
We’re looking forward to tomorrow - & our LGBT+ Champion Cllr Adams have been checking out the rainbow crossing on Regent St. If you’re heading to the parade, keep an eye out for Team Westminster 🌈
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Nickie Aiken Jul 3
the best history teacher ever! Who’d have thought we’d be doing what we’re doing 30ish years on!
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Nickie Aiken Jul 3
Westminster teenagers got to see behind the scenes of the Cambridge Theatre today as part of a great initiative to open up careers on or off the stage. Great to be joined by shadow arts minister and
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Nickie Aiken Jun 30
Great crowd and fine weather for Day 2019 - and what a pleasure to talk to our City Lions together with
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Nickie Aiken Jun 20
Pleased to be welcoming Cllr and Cllr Tim Barnes to the Cabinet team – they’ll bring a wealth of experience and skills to help deliver a
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Nickie Aiken Jun 17
Great to visit - a new flexible workspace on Regent Street - to speak to entrepreneurs like Blaise Keen of about why the West End is a brilliant place for startups. Many thanks to James Cooksey of for inviting me
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Nickie Aiken Jun 12
Always a pleasure to grab a quick lunch with our talented apprentices. As ever, hugely impressed by their energy, ideas and determination to help build a
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Nickie Aiken Jun 12
Our survey regularly tells us that people rank poor air quality as a bigger concern for them and their families than safety on the streets. If we don’t address these challenges, families will leave our City
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Nickie Aiken Jun 12
I spoke at the opening session of today my message that cities thrive if they are places where working families can live comfortably & wither if people desert them. priority is to put residents first and to encourage mix and diversity
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LREF Jun 12
. says: “We need to be more practical and pragmatic when delivering affordable homes. 35% of something is better than 50% of nothing. Developers are businesses not charities.”
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LREF Jun 12
. says: “London will die if it does not become more affordable. It’s important that we have a range of people from all socioeconomic backgrounds.”
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Nickie Aiken Jun 10
I firmly believe that well run services targeted at helping our young people to develop into productive members of society have a massive role to play. Let's give our children the best start in life
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Nickie Aiken Jun 10
Pleasure to speak at the 40th anniversary of - perfect setting to announce that is reintroducing  direct funding worth £500,000 a year for youth services. an inspiration.
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Nickie Aiken Jun 6
Inspiring morning listening to social workers who are part of partnership. Joining us was - joint agreement we need more men to join social work, critical to provide strong male role models.
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Westminster Council Jun 4
‘You get a lot of experience talking to different people, and it’s heaps of fun with the people that you work with.’ Find out why Des volunteers with the & how to become a :
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Nickie Aiken Jun 4
Eid Mubarak! To everyone in Westminster celebrating, can I wish you a happy, peaceful and prosperous Eid-ul-Fitr.
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Nickie Aiken Jun 3
What a great sight to greet you on your arrival at the office! We're proudly flying the flag in front City Hall to show our support. Celebrating diversity has always been a key part of our campaign to build a
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