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Welcome to the website of Barnet Alliance for Public Services, an independent, non-party political community campaign.
To get in touch with us or if you have any comments please email us: BarnetAlliance4PublicServices@gmail.com

Barnet Alliance – AGM

BAPS invites you to hear

Ines Newman, author of
'Reclaiming Local Democracy',
talk about Reclaiming Local Democracy: the future for Barnet
and take part in the discussion,

which will follow the Annual General Meeting of Barnet Alliance for Public Services.

Wednesday, 10 Sept 2014, 6.30 for 7 pm
Greek Cypriot Centre
Britannia Road N12 9RU

The AGM is open to the public and free to attend. It is an occasion to reflect on the work we have done in the past year and to look forward to the year ahead. It is also an opportunity for people to join BAPS or renew their membership, and to contribute to the community campaign to defend and improve public services in Barnet.

Tea/coffee provided

Open activists meetings

BAPS holds activists meetings that are open to every interested resident or worker in Barnet. They are held on Wednesdays 6:30-8:30 PM at the Greek Cypriot Centre, Britannia Road N12 9RU, North Finchley. All Welcome.

However, we are now in the process of reorganization,hence for the time being we will have meetings every other Wednesday.

BAPS MEETINGS TAKE PLACE NOW EVERY 2 WEEKS –

The next regular activists' meeting will take place on Wednesday 17 September

Contact us on 07534-407703, or barnetalliance4publicservices@gmail.com, to find out when the next meeting is.

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Hugh Rayner, RESIGN!

Protect the integrity of Barnet Council - Hugh Rayner, RESIGN!

Hugh Rayner, RESIGN!

We, the undersigned, call Hugh Rayner, councilor for Hale and Mayor of Barnet, to resign or be suspended.

He has not denied that he did not declare his interests when sitting on committees and voting on issues that affected him, which is a criminal offence and an abuse of his public office. In addition, the allegations of his unfair treatment of his tenants, which he also has not denied, are unethical and immoral. For these reasons he is not fit to hold the office of councilor and mayor, and he should go.

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