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Camden Council and the police are set to hold a public meeting in the wake of a recent spate of knife crime in West Hampstead.

A sixteen year old boy has been charged with grievous bodily harm with intent over the Billy Fury Way stabbing which left another teenager in a “critical condition” in hospital.

William Hill have been cleared of any wrongdoing over the death of Jacob Marx in 2013 outside of a Camden Road branch of the bookmaker’s.

A father has admitted fraudulently trying to buy his Kilburn council flat under the government’s right-to-buy scheme – despite having lived in Watford for five years.

Betting chain William Hill Ltd was responsible for a “dangerous muddle” during construction of the shop sign that fell and killed lawyer Jacob Marx in Camden Road, a court heard yesterday.

Two perverts have been jailed for a combined stretch of 19 years for sexual offences against three boys in Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Islington.

The 200kg William Hill sign which crushed and killed New Zealander Jacob Marx in Camden Town had been “dangerously insecure for a long period of time”, a court has heard.

Three young men have been charged in relation to two moped smash and grabs after police executed search warrants across Islington, Camden and Haringey.

A pharmacist has been jailed for one year for fraud after forging documents and subletting his Arkwright Mansions flat, owned by Camden Council.

Two men who carried out a sudden vicious attack, leaving their victim with life-changing injuries, have been jailed.

The co-manager of travelling male strip troupe The Dream Idols has been jailed for tax and benefit fraud after evading justice for more than a year.

A man has been charged with robbery following a raid on a supermarket.

A father who allegedly shook his six-week-old son to death claimed the boy died after falling out of his baby bouncer, a court has heard.

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