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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and husband Richard have are both now on the fifth day of their hunger strike in protest at her continuing imprisonment in Iran.

Lib Dem councillor and newly elected London MEP Luisa Porritt has been named deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats in the European Parliament.

Brookland Infants and Nursery School in NW11 is hoping a summer fair next week will help them fight back against cuts to education budgets.

"It's a step into the unknown. I have no idea how things will go."

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has announced she is again beginning a hunger strike - this time joined by husband Richard even as they remain thousands of miles apart.

Barnet Council has launched a much-awaited review of its library provision this week.

The Department for Education (DfE) has backed the controversial Abacus Free School's move to Hampstead's old police station.

Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has reiterated his demand that the Iranian authorities release Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe - on the day her daughter Gabriella turned five.

Worms, bats, and a lack of funding for affordable housing have scuppered a developer's plans to build a retirement village on the Gondar Reservoir site in West Hampstead.

It's Tuesday evening, and Cllr Joseph Ejiofor is holding court in his office in Wood Green.

A Cricklewood film-maker has made a documentary showing the final hours before another Cricklewood man, Ahmed Hussain Siddiqi, lost his home.

Camden Council could lose two seats currently held by the borough's opposition Tories after it wrongly told the Boundary Commission that it was set to shed hundreds of voters.

Former Labour Party spin doctor and Gospel Oak local Alastair Campbell has been kicked out of Labour for voting for the Liberal Democrats in last week's European Parliament elections.

Camden councillor Luisa Porritt has been elected as one of London's new European Parliament members, in a great night for her Liberal Democrat party.

There will not be a Judicial Review of the decision to approve the 100 Avenue Road construction management plan (CMP), a High Court judge ruled this afternoon.

Islington and Camden's highest ranking police officer makes difficult decisions "every day" about which crimes to investigate due to budget cuts.

Victims of the contaminated blood scandal spent decades criticising the bureaucratic and demeaning charitable trusts that were set up to provide them with financial support.

The City of London Corporation (CoLC) has formally adopted a new gender identity policy that has implications for the Kenwood Ladies' Pond after a controversial consultation last year.

The management of Heathside Preparatory School in Hampstead has been chastised by Ofsted in a report published this morning - even as inspectors praised other key improvements made since last year.

Voters will elect 73 members to represent the UK in the European Parliament on Thursday.

Haringey Council leader Joseph Ejiofor has reshuffled his cabinet at the end of a turbulent week in the borough's politics.

Kilburn councillor Maryam Eslamdoust became the first Iranian-born woman to be elected to public office in Britain last night, as she was confirmed as the new mayor of Camden.

The Foreign Secretary yesterday said he was "very, very concerned" by the plight of a detained British resident - Crouch End's Aras Amiri.

Sacked former Haringey Council leadership candidate Zena Brabazon returned to the cabinet last night as she was elected deputy leader of the council.

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