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A devoted remain MP was quizzed this week by a young Brexiteer during a politics summer school.

In this week’s Ham&High we spoke to Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels actor Vas Blackwood told us about his life, loves and respect for former Labour leader Michael Foot.

Plans to part-privatise council homes and business in a multimillion-pound deal were reapproved within 40 minutes last night amid cries of “shame” from the public.

A serial-fraudster will spend four years behind bars following a scam in which he posed as a jet-setting businessman dealing in fine wine and champagne.

Chalk Farm tube station will be closed this weekend as work begins on replacing the station’s two lifts.

We spoke to Vicky Bingham about why she loves being headteacher of South Hampstead High School.

Bet your bottom dollar on this home in Stoke Newington, now the bookies’ favourite to win RIBA’s prestigious Stirling Prize.

A plan meant to safeguard the future of a 115-year-old library through its relocation has been condemned as “tragic”.

A parade of shops was sealed off by police today after a suspicious package was found inside WH Smith.

A teenage boy was shot in the foot while cycling through Regent’s Park.

A campaign group formed to defend schools from education cuts has hailed the impact of parents and teachers in forcing the government to better protect funding for students across Camden and Haringey.

A company has revealed plans to transform a popular post office.

A dispute over plans to build a basement development next to the world-famous Air Studios, in Hampstead, is to be decided by the Planning Inspectorate.

A former Belsize Park café and a former South End Green pub have been targeted by squatters amid a spate of attempted occupations of empty business premises.

A burglar who tried to force his way into a St John’s Wood house while the owner watched on has been jailed for a year.

Crime & Court

Thu, 18:22

A serial-fraudster will spend four years behind bars following a scam in which he posed as a jet-setting businessman dealing in fine wine and champagne.

Thu, 12:22

A teenage boy was shot in the foot while cycling through Regent’s Park.

Wed, 16:57

A former Belsize Park café and a former South End Green pub have been targeted by squatters amid a spate of attempted occupations of empty business premises.

Health

Thursday, July 13, 2017

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.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

A Muswell Hill woman is starring in a BBC ‘hidden disabilities’ campaign to raise awareness of the isolation different medical conditions can cause sufferers.

Tuesday, July 11, 2017

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

Environment

Friday, July 14, 2017

A community activist has rubbished council plans to start charging for waste collections.

Friday, July 7, 2017

The £12.6million transformation of Archway town centre is finished after almost 18 months of work.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

A plan to remove bins to reduce littering on waterways including the Regent’s Canal has kicked up a stink.

Politics

Yesterday, 15:21

A devoted remain MP was quizzed this week by a young Brexiteer during a politics summer school.

Wed, 14:47

The owners of the former Chippenham Hotel have been ordered to remove steel shutters and spruce up the long-neglected local landmark, after tenacious campaigning by local activists and publicity in the Wood&Vale.

Tue, 18:19

Haringey council’s Labour leader has fought off a motion of no confidence from within her party calling for her resignation.

Education

Yesterday, 15:21

A devoted remain MP was quizzed this week by a young Brexiteer during a politics summer school.

Thu, 17:06

We spoke to Vicky Bingham about why she loves being headteacher of South Hampstead High School.

Thu, 11:57

A campaign group formed to defend schools from education cuts has hailed the impact of parents and teachers in forcing the government to better protect funding for students across Camden and Haringey.

Heritage

Thu, 15:45

A plan meant to safeguard the future of a 115-year-old library through its relocation has been condemned as “tragic”.

Wed, 08:24

A threat to close a well-loved library. Angry neighbours forming a campaign in protest. A cash-strapped council accused of trying to make money from the sale of a public building.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

A once-beloved Maida Vale hotel and bar is being neglected by its owners and Westminster council is failing to act, the area’s MP has complained.

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