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Redbridge Labour group name its cabinet

PUBLISHED: 15:40 05 June 2014

The new Labour cabinet (L-R) Back row: Cllr Muhammed Javed, Cllr Baldesh Kaur Nijjar, Cllr Neil Zammett. Middle row:  Cllr Ross Hatfull, Cllr Dev Sharma, Cllr Wes Streeting. Front row: Cllr Helen Coomb, Cllr Jas Athwal, Cllr Elaine Norman.

The new Labour cabinet (L-R) Back row: Cllr Muhammed Javed, Cllr Baldesh Kaur Nijjar, Cllr Neil Zammett. Middle row: Cllr Ross Hatfull, Cllr Dev Sharma, Cllr Wes Streeting. Front row: Cllr Helen Coomb, Cllr Jas Athwal, Cllr Elaine Norman.

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Jas Athwal, the leader of the Redbridge Labour group, has announced his party’s cabinet.

In a statement, Cllr Athwal said he was “sure” the cabinet, consisting of nine councillors, would succeed.

He said: “We have difficult decisions and testing times ahead but I am sure this Labour group will deliver the pledges we have made and restore trust in elected members.

“This team is determined to make sure Labour values into practice to deliver the best outcomes for the people of Redbridge.”

The Labour cabinet: Jas Athwal - leader, Wes Streeting (Labour’s deputy leader) - health and wellbeing, Neil Zammett - finance and resources, Elaine Norman - children and young people, Dev Sharma - adult care and older people, Muhammed Javed - housing, Ross Hatfull - community safety and enforcement, Baldesh Nijjar - environment, Helen Coomb - planning and regeneration.

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