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A Camden Town EU national has had his universal credit application refused after he failed to pass the "habitual residency test" - despite living and paying tax in the UK for nearly 20 years.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has delayed having a caesarean section in order to vote in today's Brexit vote - and if the Labour Party table a no-confidence motion tomorrow, she'll vote on that too, "under any circumstances" possible.

Dear Prime Minister. We live in turbulent times. Your deal is not acceptable to Parliament and EU members give you no leeway.

"With Universal Credit on one hand and Brexit causing uncertainty over immigration on the other, we'll probably have queues out of the door." That's the warning from Sean Canning, director of the Camden Community Law Centre, as it celebrates its 45th birthday.

Local Lib Dems have invoked arcane council rules to hold an extraordinary town hall meeting to hammer out Haringey's position on Brexit.

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