Cllr Flick Rea will stand down as leader of the Liberal Democrats on Camden Council this evening, passing on the reigns to former MEP Luisa Porritt.

“It’s like a break-up. I feel okay but perhaps I’m not and I’m just going around telling people ‘I’m fine’ but it won’t hit me until we leave. ”

The would-be landlord of the Magdala Tavern has aired his frustrations that the venue hasn’t opened this year but has said he’s hopeful of it serving punters in 2020.

Two police officers are recovering after being hit by a car near Camden Market in the early hours of Sunday morning.

The driving force behind one of Hampstead’s best known theatres has been awarded a BEM in the New Year’s Honours.

A plan to build two houses in a leafy garden behind homes in Frognal has been approved by Camden Council’s planning committee, despite concerns about overdevelopment and a conveyor belt that will carry rubble away from the site.

It’s a Monday morning and MEPs are returning to Strasbourg for the first time since Boris Johnson’s Conservatives won the general election. Britain is leaving the European Union.

In the end it proved to be the battle for second place that was the most interesting part of the election night in Camden.

Only a handful of people will have seen the reaction inside Finchley and Golders Green and Chipping Barnet’s local Conservative associations when the Lib Dems and Labour confirmed they were standing in the seats.

Tory MP Mike Freer has battled his way to victory in Finchley and Golders Green, improving on his majority from 2017.

Tulip Siddiq is celebrating retaining her Hampstead and Kilburn seat, albeit with a slightly reduced majority.

Sir Keir Starmer has strolled to victory in Holborn and St Pancras, warning the party needs to “reflect” on a “devastating” election result.

Follow our liveblog as Barnet decides who will be the next MP for Finchley and Golders Green, Chipping Barnet and Hendon.

Follow our liveblog as Camden decides who will be the next MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, and Holborn and St Pancras.

The polls opened across north London this morning as the country decides who will form the next government and become Britain’s next prime minister.

Hampstead restauranteur Robert Newmark has admitted crashing his Ferrari into a St John’s Wood estate agent’s car after driving through a red light last Christmas.

The four main parties hoping to win in Hampstead and Kilburn were out in force in West Hampstead on Saturday morning, as just a handful of days remained before polling day.

West Hampstead’s Jim Carter and Imelda Staunton switched on the Fortune Green Christmas lights on Saturday evening, as hundreds gathered to see the tree lit-up.

Shelter in Crouch End are hoping to drum up donations by holding a Christmas raffle, where winners could a walk away with a hamper of prizes worth more than £600.

Politics has always been a family affair for Tulip Siddiq.

It’s not often that John Major’s government politicised anybody.

Johnny Luk has been twisting arms inside the Conservative Party.

It’s unusual to hear a candidate admit he knows he’s not going to win.

Christmas came to Hampstead last weekend as the Business Improvement District’s Village Christmas Festival and New End School’s Winter Fair took place.

Love Actually and Notting Hill star Hugh Grant has backed Luciana Berger in Finchley and Golders Green, praising her as a “principled politician with guts.”

Thousands of north Londoners were dramatically woken up in the early hours of this morning by a loud bang caused by a sonic boom.

A GP known to generations of Hampstead families died last month at the age of 90.

Dusk begins to set in on Hampstead Heath.

It’s been quite the year for Luciana Berger.

Any seasoned election campaigner has heard excuses from activists as to why they can’t deliver leaflets.


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