Harrow Council Labour’s administration has been slammed by the opposition Conservatives after it voted to investigate twinning the borough with an assortment of danger hotspots and destinations of personal choice, while cutting frontline services. At a Council meeting on 4th November, Labour councillors voted through a motion to:
"Explore the possibility of twinning with more towns and cities such as Balakot, Bhuj, Broken Hill, Hargeisa, Pattan, Port au Prince, Kingston, La, Tilburg and Tel Aviv."
The Conservatives voted against the motion, their group leader Cllr. Susan Hall declared: