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Thursday, May 25, 2017

Holborn and St Pancras Labour candidate Keir Starmer visited Kentish Town City Farm today to meet his daughter’s favourite horse, chat with volunteers and discuss the upcoming election.

Concerned parents and residents are determined to make the threat of toxic air a local election issue, as figures reveal that almost 55 per cent of schools in Hampstead are exposed to toxic fumes.

The Green Party will stand in Hampstead and Kilburn unless Labour agrees to pull out candidates in Brighton and the Isle of Wight by noon tomorrow.

The Conservatives have selected their parliamentary candidate to contest Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, in one of the most marginal constituencies in the country.

Opinion: An open letter to MPs on pollution

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Jessica Learmond-Criqui, of NW3, writes:

Camden and Haringey’s Labour MPs have pledged to fight the Conservatives after the prime minister said she will seek an election on June 8.

Sarah Hayward is stepping down as leader of Camden Council.

Bank customers have hit out at plans to close the Hampstead branch of Nat West Bank as part of a cull on 158 branches across the country.

Jessica Learmond-Criqui, of Hampstead, NW3, writes:

Exclusive: Guide Dogs for Blind to be kicked out by HS2

Thursday, March 30, 2017

The training centre for guide dogs will be forced to move so HS2 can expand Euston station.

The tragic death of nine-year-old chess champion Michael Uriely from an asthma attack is hearbreaking enough.

Cyclists have slammed a picture of children in face masks protesting against pollution as “ridiculous propaganda” that “has no logic to it.”

Schoolchildren and parents staged a protest against the pollution around schools throughout Hampstead and Highgate which they claim is choking them to death.

The WHO Chief has this week announced the link between air pollution and the deaths of 600,000 children

Community campaigners are demanding Camden councillors intervene to reduce the impact of the Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) as the High Speed 2 rail route (HS2) is going full speed ahead.

Protesters fear that decades of disruption and uncertainty in Camden after plans for the contro-versial High Speed 2 (HS2) railway received Royal Assent.

If you’re buying a property in London for the first time, welcome to the British outpost of the Wild West. Luckily, we’ve enlisted buying agent Henry Pryor, one of the most experienced sheriffs in town, to help guide you through the process of putting an offer on a property and, more importantly, getting it accepted.

Camden residents affected by the construction of High Speed 2 (HS2) should be given “fairer” compensation, a House of Lords report has recommended.

From Phil Jones’s point of view, the ethical standards, contained in the Nolan principles, by which councillors and cabinet members are judged need to be applied with the utmost rigour. Not only must there not be a conflict of interest, there must not be the appearance or perception of a conflict of interest.

Netley primary pupils will perform a play based on adults’ replies to their questions about growing up

Anger spilled over last night as Camden leaseholders confronted councillors about the “arbitrary” and “unfair” charges they say they are being clobbered with – as one councillor admitted it was “embarrassing” for him to hear their complaints.

Anger over the proposed cycle-superhighway CS-11 has fuelled calls for Hampstead to become an independent parish council, granting the area planning powers separate from Camden.

As Parliament returns, the MP for Holborn and St Pancras writes for the Ham&High on why tackling pollution is one of his top priorities.

Hampstead residents face the prospect of hundreds of HGVs thundering down Finchley Road twice a day for years to come after the O2 centre car park was named by HS2 as a potential lorry holding area for the construction of the railway.

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