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An open letter to His Excellency Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei from supporter of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, Jessica Learmond-Criqui.

Time is a precious commodity for politicians and there never seems to be enough of it.

A murder investigation has been launched after a 19-year-old, believed to be from Camden, was found with fatal stab wounds in a Kensington street in the early hours on Sunday.

The last century is rich with history: A Great War; a global depression; the rise, fight against and fall of fascism around the world; the Berlin wall coming down; the creation of a European Union; and the spread of prosperity around the globe.

The fascinating history of the Heath is to be revealed with the Heath and Hampstead Society’s unsuccessful legal challenge forming part of the organisation’s first guided walk of 2018. Society member Thomas Radice offers a preview of what walkers can expect to find out.

Reporter VICTORIA NOBLE delves deeper into a raft of serious allegations about upmarket restaurants Beach Blanket Babylon, as she finds all has not been glittering behind closed doors.

In his latest column, Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer outlines his priorities for the year ahead.

Those who have suffered due to the contaminated blood scandal will have to wait for justice even longer.

Highgate’s Dan Thompson has set himself a monumental challenge: to run 10k in every country in the world, fundraising for Cancer Research UK.

Here we share excerpts from a second story in our series on Waterlow Park’s memorial benches taken from new book: ‘In Living Memory: The Benches of Waterlow Park’ edited by Towyn Mason.

Weston and Haringey Parks Residents’ Association writes in response to Haringey Council chiefs’ decision to agree a developer’s plans to restore Hornsey Town Hall and redevelop the site in the heart of Crouch End.

An open letter to the people of Iran about Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from Jessica Learmond-Criqui.

An open letter to His Excellency Ayatollah Sayyid Ali Khamenei regarding Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe from Jessica Learmond-Criqui.

David Winskill, chairman of the Crouch End Neighbourhood Forum, shares his views ahead of Monday’s decision on developer Far East Consortium’s planning application to restore Grade II*-listed building Hornsey Town Hall.

Michael Polak is a lawyer at Church Court Chambers fighting for the release of a barrister detained in Bangladesh.

Green Party representative at the London Assembly and Highgate councillor Sian Berry responds to mayor Sadiq Khan’s housing plans.

Highgate’s Liberal-Democrat councillor Liz Morris has written to the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan ahead of a public meeting with the Met following a spate of moped enabled attacks. Here we print the full text of her letter. The public meeting with police takes place at the Royal British Legion, Muswell Hill Rd, N10 3NG on Tuesday, December 5 from 7-9.30pm.

Hornsey and Wood Green MP Catherine West urges the Government to do more to support small businesses ahead of Small Business Saturday.

Highgate’s Liberal Democrat councillor Liz Morris responds to the recent attack on Gail’s bakery.

Next year marks the 100-year anniversary since women won the right to vote.

More than three months on from the sudden evacuation of the Chalcots towers, we are still waiting for the council to release all the information residents need to help inform the promised ‘independent review’ of what went wrong.

After years of uncertainty and decay, there is finally an opportunity to guarantee the restoration of Hornsey Town Hall with a proposal to install an arts centre plus new restaurants and cafes for the public to enjoy this amazing building.

Lawyer Hamish Hunter is standing as a Conservative candidate for Hampstead Town ward in next year’s local elections. He campaigns and volunteers locally. Here he explains what makes Hampstead so special.

In-work poverty at a record high; child poverty rising; living standards stagnating as inflation outstrips wages; energy bills sky-rocketing; 20,000 fewer police officers on the street; draconian cuts to the education budget; accelerating student debt; NHS in crisis; social mobility in reverse.

As the two and a half minute standing ovation for Jeremy Corbyn’s Brighton speech subsided, delegates were left with much to celebrate and more to ponder.

As ever, it has been a fascinating conference, catching up with our Camden Conservative friends and even those from the other side! Yes, the other side was there and they seemed to be enjoying themselves.

With moped enabled crimes on the increase, Frognal and Fitzjohns Safer Neighbourhood Panel chair Jessica Learmond-Criqui calls for powers over police financing to be taken away from government.

Poet William Blake, perhaps the most famous member of the Druid Order, wrote, “I have conversed with the spiritual sun. I saw him on Primrose Hill.”

A baker who spent 45 years running one of the most popular bakeries in London has announced he is handing over the keys to his son.

John Horder, the hugging poet, passed away in his sleep on Wednesday, July 5.

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