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First time buyers will benefit from not having to pay stamp duty on homes costing £300,000 or less, the chancellor has announced.

Two North London eating disorder clinics will feature on a Louis Theroux anorexia documentary.

A ‘violent and abusive’ woman has been fined more than £500 and sentenced to eight weeks community service for attacking three nurses.

The trust that runs The Whittington Hospital has sparked outrage among campaigners after they discovered it had decided to team up with a firm linked to the Grenfell Tower fire.

A privately-run urgent care centre in St Mary’s Hospital has been slammed by the care watchdog for failing to protect children and vulnerable adults.

Actress and campaigner Natasha Langridge tells Bridget Galton why performing her monologue In Memory of Leaves on a barge at Camden Lock and Hackney Wick will focus minds on London’s social housing crisis

In-work poverty at a record high; child poverty rising; living standards stagnating as inflation outstrips wages; energy bills sky-rocketing; 20,000 fewer police officers on the street; draconian cuts to the education budget; accelerating student debt; NHS in crisis; social mobility in reverse.

A coroner has slammed an NHS mental health trust over its care of a man who committed suicide after waiting 40 hours for a hospital bed.

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.

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.

Camden residents held a final memorial for 61,000 souls buried in St James Gardens before the process of exhuming all of the bodies in preperation for HS2 begins.

How much do you think about your future? I don’t mean in a Mystic Meg way meeting a tall dark stranger in the supermarket or even making monthly pension contributions, but about the care you will need as you get older.

Hornsey Sixth Form College has even more reason to celebrate its 130th year as the A level class of 2017 notch up a 96 per cent pass rate.

After reviewing the situation, Camden Council gives green light to luxury development on the site of former poor house.

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

8 projects in north London picked up a prize at the RIBA London Regional Awards from a shortlist of 85 buildings.

A community choir is celebrating after they were selected to perform in a national event honouring the work of volunteers.

The Conservative Party’s Mike Freer won a third term in Finchley and Golders Green last night, but his majority has been slashed.

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.

Drill down into Britishness and what do you find? Is it from institutions like the BBC, the NHS or the OU? Or are we British because of common schooling experience and a love of Shakespeare? asks Hornsey author Martin Upham

A child psychiatrist believes that having conversations with your children from a young age is vital in building their self-esteem.

A Dutch woman who has lived in Muswell Hill and Crouch End for 46 years has said anxiety is “dominating” her life after being forced to fill in “relentless” and “excruciating” Brexit-related forms.

The English Democrats candidate for Holborn and St Pancras wants to give England its own parliament, “properly” celebrate St George’s Day and open a 24/7 NHS animal hospital.

The Ukip candidate for Hornsey and Wood Green has called for a war against female genital mutiliation and the restoration of the death penalty while upholding Christian values and the freedom of speech.

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.

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