The leader of Camden Council has written to faith and community groups in the borough to express solidarity in the face of US president Donald Trump’s migration policy.
Camden Council has condemned US President Donald Trump’s executive order on migration because it creates a “second class” of British citizen.
BRIDGET GALTON meets the Jewish Chronicle’s literary editor Gerald Jacobs whose debut novel of familial love is set against the backdrop of the Holocaust
Ahead of his live broadcast from his local library in Primrose Hill, Liz Thomson talks to the writer about his latest memoirs, class, education, allotments, the ‘nastification of Britain,’ and trying not to turn into an ‘old git’
It was a yellow scrap of paper found in his mother’s Belsize Park flat that set human rights barrister Philippe Sands on a quest that led to personal and professional discoveries.
Reuniting a Michael Morpurgo story with ex-War Horse puppeteers– in the glade-like Regent’s Park theatre - sounded an enticing prospect for a children’s show.
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