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Council leader Julian Bell
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2016 will be remembered for all kinds of political change, and the tragedies of Aleppo in Syria and the plight...
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I wrote recently about how pleased I was that Ealing's cinema was finally on its way after many twists and...
Ealing cinema site
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Since I became leader of the council in May 2010 I have looked out of my office window and seen...
Council leader Julian Bell during a visit to the Calais refugee camp
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In August, I visited the refugee camp in Calais that is often referred to as ‘the jungle’. As you can...
Elizabeth Hurley and extras in the council chamber filming The Royals
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Anyone working or walking near Ealing Town Hall in mid-September might have noticed The Royals filming for a third series....
Welcome
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As a borough, everyone in Ealing should be proud of its diversity; of its long history of providing a home...
Ryan_Reynolds (by Gage Skidmore)
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The latest American blockbuster to bust blocks in the UK is The Hitman’s Bodyguard, starring Ryan Reynolds and Gary Oldman....
A40 at night
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With the arrival of Crossrail (the Elizabeth Line) in 2019, Ealing will become one of the best connected London suburbs;...
Greg Davies
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It is raining. A lot. And a normal Greenford street is not so normal today. A film crew is camped...
Brad Pitt (picture by SpreePIX)
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From Anna Friel and Emily Watson to Brad Pitt (pic by SpreePIX) and Ben Chaplin, there has been a little bit...
Zero per cent written in snow
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This month Ealing Council agreed to freeze council tax again for the eighth consecutive year – something that, to be...
Wallet with money
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This week (Tuesday, 16 February), the council’s cabinet approved plans for a scheme to encourage local firms to pay their...
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