I am all for embracing different cultures in my country but over the years I have seen certain cultures that have segregated themselves from the Brits, and what's even worse they have no pleasantries no smiles, a very standoffish matter of fact persona, I see the way they talk to some people
Health & Communities
How our local community interacts can shape our lives. As can how we feel going about our lives in other parts of our city.
London should be a city where all can access and experience facilities, skills, and opportunities. This is the space to talk about what brings people together and achieves accessibility, equality and harmony.
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Wood Green was once a very harmonious place to shop, but as the years have gone by its just got worse & worse each time I visit the place and I have always wondered why does the area looks so grey & I've noticed it's all down to miserable poker faced people with standoffish att
In all shops there should be public seats allocated in a private area. It is about being decent and respectful towards all their shoppers,
There is frequent talk of the rise of crime, the importance of children's education, unemployment, careers and of depression.
Do you think public art, like the displays on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar square, can improve the feel of a place?
Do you ever shop online? Do you think online shopping has changed the face of your high street? Have you noticed some shops closing while others boom?
As trees filter pollutants from the air they are essential to improving the air quality of London.
1. The Mayor of London should make it policy for any tree that is felled in the capital to be replaced immediately/as soon as possible thereafter.
Since 1997 local politicians have seen their "pay" rise massively from expenses paid to the state today where they are remunerated exceptionally well for their time.
As unpalatable and shocking the voting result for Brexit proved to be, when I woke up and heard the outcome last Friday morning, I reluctantly accepted it without complaint, despite my acute disappointment and surprise.
Am a nude exhibitionist residing in London and lack public grounds for nudism to be exhibitioned at any time of my choice. London government must provide public grounds for nudism freedom all Over London. Example Green Park ought become a naked nudity exhibition Park in Central London.
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There are now over 1.1 million families with children living in London. However, many families don’t have the support they need to thrive and make the most of the opportunities London has to offer them.
Do you know your neighbours? Do neighbours in your area look out for each other and help each other out?
London saw in the new year with fireworks and last year celebrated occasions such as St. Patricks Day, the Diamond Jubilee, Diwali and of course the 2012 Games.
Do events that bring people together like these help to create stronger communities?
I have been extolling and promoting diversity for a few years now, being one of the main pioneers of the subject in Britain.
1.Why is there no area to discuss Government and Administration on TalkLondon? Given there is not I pose this question here: