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The coroner in the inquest into the death of Jeremiah Duggan in Germany in 2003 has reached a narrative verdict. Here it is in full.

Former Hornsey and Wood Green MP Lynne Featherstone said she wishes the UK had a different voting system after her crushing 11,000-vote defeat at the hands of her Labour rival.

The polls are open and the Ham&High, the Wood&Vale and Broadway teams are here to follow the local story of the general election as it unfolds in some of the most fiercely-contested seats in the land. Find out who to follow right here.

Police are seaching for the body of a man reportedly seen floating under the water in one of Hampstead Heath’s male bathing ponds.

A live band energises this third instalment from the languid hip-hop maestro.

Hopkins brings home the bacon in the latest of this excellent, long-running mix series.

The serious case review into Child D paints a grim picture of an early upbringing in a family involved in “gang and drug-related violence” and underpinned by drug use, stints in prison and foster care.

The parents of a baby who suffered unexplained fractures to its ribs, arm and leg less than a month into its life have walked free from court after the trial collapsed, it has been revealed.

Tottenham Hotspur is free to plough ahead with work on its new 61,000-seater stadium from today, after the last family firm blocking construction work decided against further legal action.

The Department for Education has launched an inquiry into Mohammed Emwazi’s former secondary school, to see if lessons can be learned to prevent radicalisation.

Community leaders in Queen’s Park have appealed for calm and unity in the wake of the revelation that the notorious terrorist Mohammed Emwazi grew up in the area.

On the eve of the decision on plans for the overhaul of the East Court of Alexandra Palace, we take a look at the grand vision that could soon become reality.

Network Rail has escaped a fine that could have run into millions of pounds for Christmas engineering work overruns at King’s Cross and Paddington stations - despite rail regulators finding it led to “unacceptable” service levels.

The murder of Alexander Litvinenko was an “act of nuclear terrorism on streets of a major city”, the barrister for his widow said at the opening of a public inquiry into his death eight years ago.

Plans to relocate Muswell Hill library have come under fire after the council included the “well-used and popular” community resource in its budget cuts proposals.

Bosses at Alexandra Palace who are slowly turning its commerical fortunes around have agreed to a £500,000 cut in the grant from Haringey Council used to plug its finances.

Some of the most vulnerable people in Haringey will be hit hardest of all over the next three years in a raft of cuts as the council is forced to hack another £70million from its budget.

Gravenurst’s lauded Nick Talbot, whose tragic death aged 37 was announced this morning, releases unheard material and two early albums that only reinforce his talents.

The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra are employed to superb effect in this spine-tingling concert with the singer-songwriter.

Kelis comes out on top with nifty reinterpretations of career classics and a feast of fun from her latest album.

Final detailed plans to repair and refurbish the entire eastern end of Alexandra Palace, home to a Victorian theatre and the BBC studios that first broadcast high-definition television, have at last been submitted to Haringey Council.

Brit rockers wring every ounce of emotion from this debut set - but is it enough?

Tottenham Hotspur fans have voiced their frustration at “a growing disconnect” between themselves and the club and have “never felt as distant from the club as they do now”, according to the official supporters’ trust.

Young offers fans intimate solo and lavishly orchestrated versions of the same songs, with typically mixed results.

Plenty of lesser-known nuggets and curios from the birth of rock’n’roll, scattered among the big hitters in a great-value set.

Scots synth titans go through the motions on their new studio LP.

Signed to Sufjan Stephens’ label on the back of an internet-enabled word-of-mouth explosion just last year, it’s hard to believe these Indianapolis-born sisters are still just teenagers.

Fourth album for indie stalwarts loses some grit while setting misery in both the gaunt and the grand.

Following two well-received EPs in 2012 and 2013, London outfit Bear’s Den decamp to Crouch End’s Church Studios to polish their poignant, philosophical folk-pop for their debut proper.

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