The Independent London Newspaper
3rd September 2015

Letters

One week with John Gulliver

    Tributes to honourable life of Brian

    Brian Woodrow

    Brian Woodrow

    Published: 27 August, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Dark episode shows how Kafka is with us in Camden

    Conditional bail notice served to the woman

    Conditional bail notice served to the woman

    Published: 27 August, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Eyes of the spy who caught the truth of Somers Town

    Edith Tudor Hart, c1936. Picture: Wikipedia

    Edith Tudor Hart, c1936. Picture: Wikipedia 

    Published: 27 August, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Walk a mile in their shoes: the remarkable children living with horrific fire burns

    Bronwen Jones with her family – Dorah is sitting on her lap with little Perlucia

    Bronwen Jones with her family – Dorah is sitting on her lap with little Perlucia next to her. 

    Published: 20 August, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A welcome in the hillside

    Jeremy Corbyn

    Jeremy Corbyn meets and greets an adoring public in Ebbw Vale

    Can the lone figure at the back of the Commons lead the way?

    Monday evening’s rally

    Labour leader contender Jeremy Corbyn more at ease sharing the spotlight with the other speakers at Monday evening’s rally

    Wanted: a home for a Bengali hero

    Kalyan Kundu

    Kalyan Kundu

    Published: 6 August, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A tangled tale of pensioner ‘care’...

    Homeless and sick: Maurice Warawi

    Homeless and sick: Maurice Warawi

    Published: 30 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Rock-star Corbyn’s solid support

    The queue to hear Labour Party leaderdship contender Jeremy Corbyn speak

    The queue to hear Labour Party leaderdship contender Jeremy Corbyn speak at Central Baptist Church in Bloomsbury on Tuesday

    Facing up to criticism

    Published: 30 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    D-word sticks in their throats

    The saviours who keep the Henderson Centre going

    The saviours who keep the Henderson Centre going: (from left), Claire Avant, fundraiser for Age UK Camden, Ann Mir, former trustee of Age UK Camden, Laurie White, manager, Linda Chung, leading figu

    Welfare Bill to take us back to the workhouse?

    Ms Howell, director of the Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury

    Caro Howell, director of the Foundling Museum in Bloomsbury

    Published: 23 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Remarkable Binh, the happy woman

    Binh Doan

    Binh Doan. Pictures: Jonathan Cocking

    Published: 16 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    No sweet talk on the sugar drink tax

    Sheila Hollins

    Sheila Hollins

    Published: 16 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    JC at the Durham Gala

    Published: 16 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Perfect gift turns up in clearance sale

    David Glasser receives his gift from David Mazower

    David Glasser receives his gift from David Mazower at the launch of the Out of Chaos exhibition last week

    Low pay at Marks and Sparks is risky business

    Activist group Craftivist Collective

    Activist group Craftivist Collective holding a ‘stitch-in’ protest outside M&S in Angel last month over low wages 

    Wright move for Athlone fighter

    Jeremy Wright

    Jeremy Wright

    Published: 9 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Peter West - music-making maestro

    Peter West playing for Camden pupils on Tuesday afternoon

    Peter West playing for Camden pupils on Tuesday afternoon

    Published: 2 July, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Art, identity, migration: a century of Ben Uri

    Detail: West Indian Waitresses by Eva Frankfurt-her, from the Ben Uri collection

    West Indian Waitresses by Eva Frankfurt-her, from the Ben Uri collection

    Here’s health to Mr Courage!

    David Whalley at his desk at the Oldham Chronicle

    David Whalley at his desk at the Oldham Chronicle

    Foodbanks - A fact of life

    Ros Mahony and Nancy Lee at the foodbank

    Ros Mahony and Nancy Lee at the foodbank