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An innocent father-of-two has been wrongly branded a terrorist after armed anti-terror police stormed his flat in a mistaken raid.

In his own words, father-of-two Garcia Diabaca, 31, tells of the terrifying moment when armed terror cops burst into his bedroom. They were at the wrong address and had the wrong man, but the consequences for the supermarket worker have been far reaching.

Potentially life-saving breast cancer screening check-ups for women in Camden have been delayed due to a shortage of specialist mammographers to carry out the service.

The Traffic Commissioner has issued Camden Council with a warning over safety blunders maintaining buses used to drive kids to school and pensioners to lunch clubs.

The Ham&High would like to hear from people living in temporary accommodation in Camden - such as hostels or bed and breakfasts.

The mother of a Jewish student from Golders Green found dead on a motorway 15 years ago has demanded to know why German police refuse to investigate an antisemitic cult’s links to the death.

A mother has condemned German authorities for closing an investigation into her son’s death - saying a miscarriage of justice continues 15 years after he was found dead on a motorway.

Victims of the contaminated blood disaster from Hampstead and Highgate have said a new public inquiry into the scandal must not be “another white-wash”.

Camden Council has been forced to apologise following revelations that buses used to transport children with special needs to school have been on the road without valid MOTs.

The Mayor of London issued a rallying call to young people across the capital today as he launched a new anti-knife campaign saying: ‘Don’t carry a knife, we need you alive’.

Councils are spending on less on domestic violence refuges. Solace Women’s Aid chief exec Mary Mason tells investigations journalist EMMA YOULE about the pressures – and what happens when women can’t get help

Emma Youle visits Jerkmaica for generous and succulent chicken and tender goat curry

If it bleeds it leads, the rather grisly saying goes in tabloid newsrooms.

Contaminated blood victims have today won the right to sue the government in the High Court in a new legal case over the health disaster.

A family has paid tribute to a “kind and gentle man” who has died after his clothes mysteriously caught alight while he was out for an afternoon walk.

Contaminated blood campaigners have renewed calls for the Department of Health (DoH) to play no part in a new inquiry into the scandal - amid fresh evidence of secret HIV testing carried out on haemophiliacs at a Camden hospital in the 1980s.

The top cop in charge of tackling acid attacks in Camden and Haringey, and across the capital, this week called for the sale of strong corrosives to be licensed – and tougher sentences for those carrying it.

It can cook meat, melt clothing and has been used in a spiralling number of crimes across London. The Ham&High investigates how easy it is to buy lethal acids online

A coroner has criticised the Whittington Hospital over its care of a young father who fled A&E before falling to his death.

The Ham&High would like to hear from people living in temporary accommodation in Camden and Haringey - such as hostels or bed and breakfasts.

Labour’s Catherine West has stormed to victory in Hornsey and Wood Green - retaking the seat she won for the first time in 2015 with a hugely increased majority.

The Conservatives have outstripped Labour in their use of Facebook dark adverts to try and influence votes in Hampstead and Kilburn, the Ham&High can reveal.

Villagey Hampstead and Highgate are among the most desirable places in the country to live - but these five maps reveal stark differences in social inequality throughout the borough of Camden.

A campaigner is taking a landmark legal case against the government over the contaminated blood disaster - providing new hope that victims of the health scandal will finally receive justice.

A major investigation has linked a former mayor to radical pro-paedophile activists in Archway in early 1980. EMMA YOULE reports on the Fallen Angels collective.

A former health secretary has presented evidence of “deliberate, provable acts of cover-up” in the contaminated blood scandal and demanded a Hillsborough-style inquiry into the tragedy.

Atomic anticipation greeted the return of bad boy of ballet and dance virtuoso Sergei Polunin to the Sadler’s Wells stage last night.

An offshore company ultimately owned by two Russian billionaire steel magnates invested in one of London’s most iconic gay pubs – that is facing an uncertain future.

A Ham&High investigation has revealed huge variations in the price of issuing dog passports at vets in Camden and Haringey.

An intrepid charity fundraiser who was hospitalised for exhaustion after completing 15 marathons in a row walking from London to Edinburgh is pounding the pavements again in aid of a good cause.

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