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A record number of anti-Semitic attacks have been recorded this year in Britain, with the highest number of incidents in the country being on our own doorstep in Barnet

As residents of the Chalcots estate demand an independent fire safety report into conditions inside the tower blocks, they invite the Ham&High inside to take a look.

Concerned Chalcots residents are consulting lawyers about the possibility of legal action against Camden Council over the sudden evacuation of their homes due to fire safety concerns.

A vicar has slammed “mindless” vandal who tagged a grave in The St Mary’s Tower remembrance garden in Hornsey Village.

Camden and Islington NHS Trust (C&I) has come under fire for failing to find a hospital bed for a paranoid schizophrenic when he begged for help days before stabbing his mother to death.

An inquiry into the contaminated blood scandal which has left 2,400 people dead is to be launched, the Government announced on Tuesday.

Breaking News: Huge blaze at Camden Lock market

Monday, July 10, 2017

Around 70 firefighters tackled a huge blaze that tore through Camden Lock Market in the early hours of this morning.

Vulnerable children are at risk of “significant harm” due to “serious failures” in Barnet’s children’s services, a shock Ofsted inspection has revealed.

A man has died after being hit by a lorry on the Euston Road.

Hundreds flocked to the final events of the Hampstead Summer Festival over the weekend.

Detectives investigating the death of a 15-year-old boy following an incident at Parliament Hill Lido in 1976 are offering a reward for information.

A five-year-old boy has died after being hit by a car near Brent Cross.

Last night I drove over the Westway flyover past the charred remains of the Grenfell Tower.

More than 1,000 fire doors were missing from the Camden tower blocks evacuated on Friday, the goverment has revealed.

The Hampstead Summer Festival kicked off with hundreds flocking to the art fair at Whitestone Pond.

George Michael fans gathered outside the star’s home in The Grove, Highgate, to mark what would have been his fifty-fourth birthday on Sunday.

Around 200 residents who have refused to leave their homes in the fire trap Chalcots Estate tower blocks claim they are being intimidated by security guards.

Ham&High editor Emily Banks writes:

More than 80 people have refused to leave their homes on the fire trap Chalcots Estate during the urgent evacuation last night.

Exposed gas pipes and inadequate fire doors are just some of the reasons in addition to the flammable cladding that the London Fire Brigade ordered the immediate evacuation of the Chalcots estate last night.

Residents are being evacuated from all five tower block on the Chalcots Estate in an emergency move tonight.

Around ten thousand revellers descended on Highgate’s Pond Square to enjoy a tropical-themed day of food and entertainment at Fair in the Square on Saturday.

One man is dead and 10 people have been injured in a terrorist attack that saw a van hit pedestrians outside the Muslim Welfare House in Seven Sisters Road.

A 95-year-old Holocaust survivor from West Hampstead has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for her services to interfaith cohesion and Holocaust education.

Camden Council is on standby to provide temporary housing to survivors left homeless in the Grenfell Tower Fire.

Tulip Siddiq used her general election victory speech to reasssure the Jewish community that she recognised there are issues in the Labour Party,

The polls are open and the Ham&High and Broadway teams are here to follow the local story of the general election as it unfolds in some of the most fiercely-contested seats in the land.

Vets have warned dog owners in Camden to be on alert after an outbreak of the highly contagious Parvovirus among pets.

Labour London mayor Sadiq Khan visited Hampstead on Saturday and warned that his ‘good friend’ Tulip Siddiq faced a tough fight to hold her seat in the key marginal.

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