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Claire formally addressed the Cabinet session of the Council Chamber the week after the Grenfell tragedy, to demand that the construction of blocks of apartments in the borough be halted until the causes are investigated and determined.

Claire represents the residents of Markhouse Corner and Lea Bridge on the Council’s Public Transport Consultative Group, and Lea Bridge residents on the Greater Anglia Rail Users Group.  Claire is a volunteer, licensed Walthamstow Wetlands, active member of Friends of Cambrian Gardens, and enthusiastic local historian, who has published articles in the press, also on the Web, and videos on YouTube.

Above all, Claire Weiss is committed to implementing measures that take into account the effects of climate change on the people of Lea Bridge Ward, its green environment, its built environment and on critical stretches that cross the ward, such as the railroad, main roads and waterways.

Having raised her family here and having strong roots in the neighborhood, Claire is acutely aware that Lea Bridge, one of the borough’s most needy neighborhoods, is ill-equipped to sustain the massive development of high-rise, high-density residential buildings planned by the Council on the edge of the Borough’s polluting main roads. It is furious that the Council has approved plans by developers at quoted prices, but then caved in to them when they have failed to meet their original obligations to contribute to community facilities. A recent outrage has been the Council’s £1 million donation to the Lee Valley Regional Park Authority (LVRPA) for the extravagant rebuilding of their Ice Rink on Lea Bridge Road after they discovered they could not deliver on their own project.

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Upon leaving Smiler, Harris went on to create Iron Maiden at Christmas 1975,[15] the band’s name being inspired from a medieval torture instrument called the “iron maiden” (Iron Maiden), which appears in the film The Man in the Iron Mask. [16] Before Iron Maiden signed their contract with EMI in 1979, Harris worked as a cartographer in London’s East End until he was made redundant, at which point he undertook a job as a street sweeper.[17] [18] Harris has since been a member of the band.

Since its inception, Harris has been the band’s main songwriter and lyricist. His songwriting typically displays his trademark galloping bass patterns and progressive-influenced heavy metal songs with various tempo changes (as seen on the first album with the track Phantom Of The Opera). Harris frequently writes lyrics about mythology, history or themes inspired by books and movies, reflecting his interests and influences when composing.

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In 1563 Oxford’s eldest half-sister, Katherine, then Baroness Windsor, challenged the legitimacy of the marriage of Oxford’s parents in the Ecclesiastical Court. Her uncle, Golding, argued that the Archbishop of Cantorbery should stay proceedings since a proceeding against a queen’s ward could not be brought without prior permission of the Court of Wards and liveries.[19] In August 1564 Oxford was among the first to enter the court.

In August 1564 Oxford was among 17 nobles, knights and diese in the Queen’s retinue who were awarded the honorary degree of Master of Arts by Cambridge University and another was awarded by Oxford University in a Royal Progress in 1566. His future father-in-law, William Cecil, also received honorary degrees from the Master of Arts at the same progress.[23] There is no evidence of Oxford having received a Bachelor of Arts degree. In February 1567 he was admitted to Gray Inn to study law.[24] In February 1571, he was admitted to Gray Inn to study law.

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On April 12, 1571, Oxford achieved his majority and took his seat in the House of Lords. Great expectations attended his coming of age; Sir George Buc recalls the predictions that ‘he was much more like… to acquire a new erldome then to wast and lose an old erldom’, a prophecy that was never fulfilled.[33] In 1571, he was admitted to Gray Inn to study law.[34] In February 1567 he was admitted to Gray Inn to study law.