The weekly political round-up

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The weekly political round-up
17th October 2014


The Evening Standard released it's Power 1000 list. Summing up the 1000 most influential people in London.
And the conclusion... The Chancellor George Osborne, for his work leading economic recovery and backing the capital as a global hub for financial and creative industries.
 
 
The new police plans for police to tackle young Muslims being radacalised.
 
A current poll for the new Labour London Mayor candidate and Prime Minister David Cameron trying for a second time to get a vote in Commons for and EU Referendum.
 

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