Working lunches

LAST chance to see the gift and hospitality register for Camden’s councillors on the Town Hall’s website before the current lot are replaced with a new intake. Nothing scandalous to report but it’s always interesting to see who’s been catching the bill for working lunches for council leader Keith Moffitt lunch. They include Baroness Rabbi Julia Neuberger DBE, Simon Pitkeathley from business group Camden Town Unlimited (at Gordon Ramsay’s York and Albany no less), John Cooper from the Wellcome Trust, Jeffrey Adams of United House Limited (The Ivy) and journalists from the Evening Standard and the Ham & High.

The register shows Keith declined an invitation to the opening of a branch of Strada in West End Lane.

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