The Independent London Newspaper
13th February 2016

One week with John Gulliver

    Community art school misses out on cash bid

    Isobel Langtry, left, and Errol Jackson’s daughter Nicky Aubrey, a HSA trustee

    Isobel Langtry, left, and Errol Jackson’s daughter Nicky Aubrey, a HSA trustee

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Dame Diana Rigg has a way with words

    Dame Diana Rigg

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    HATS off to the distinguished theatre and film actor Dame Diana Rigg! (Pictured, above).

    Ed calls on people power for an end to inequality

    Ed Miliband

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    ED Miliband is slowly moving out of the shadows – and back into real politics.

    Time for a dig at road repairs

    Single lane Parkway traffic misery with an ambulance trapped in the gridlock

    Single lane Parkway traffic misery with an ambulance trapped in the gridlock yesterday afternoon (Wednesday)

    Savage and ‘sensitive’ information

    Bob Savage

    Bob Savage

    Published: 28 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Making a Stradivarius on the hoof

    Simon Majaro

    Simon Majaro

    Published: 28 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A modern morality tale, with no sign of salvation

    Empty apartments at Solstice Point in Parkway

    Empty apartments at Solstice Point in Parkway

    Published: 14 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Unrest on the wild side

    Workers on the Heath at South End Green yesterday (Wednesday)

    Workers on the Heath at South End Green yesterday (Wednesday)

    Published: 14 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Keep up the fight Eleanor!

    Eleanor Botwright

    Eleanor Botwright

    Published: 14 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Contractor repairs: Taxpayers have a right to value for money

    The house in Belsize Park

    The house in Belsize Park

    Published: 7 January, 2016 
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    HOW important a telephone call can be!

    Extra mural activity

    The open-air ‘gallery’ in Hartland Road

    The open-air ‘gallery’ in Hartland Road – including the FT artwork, below

    Home in on Housing Bill

    Housing Bill Protest

    Published: 7 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    ARE we about to see the death of council housing in Britain?

    Digging deep for hampers

     New Journal Christmas Hamper Fund

    Paddy Farley and Julie Palmer from Murphy’s, with the New Journal’s Sarah Starkins

    A Ray of hope for local press

    Sir Ray Tindle with Ashley Highfield, chairman of the News Media Association

    Sir Ray Tindle with Ashley Highfield, chairman of the News Media Association

    Published: 17 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Cherry Court block a site for sore eyes

    A new life begins at Cherry Court – officially opened on Monday

    A new life begins at Cherry Court – officially opened on Monday by council leader Sarah Hayward

    ‘Apartment’ living comes at a high price for Joe and Louise

    Joe Ryan and wife Louise pay nearly £190 week to live in a two-bedroom flat

    Joe Ryan and wife Louise pay nearly £190 week to live in a two-bedroom council flat

    Published: 10 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Why it’s hats off to Arsenal fan Ernest OBE

    Ernest Hecht wearing his Arsenal cap with the Yeomen of the Guard

    Ernest Hecht wearing his Arsenal cap with the Yeomen of the Guard

    Published: 10 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Tributes to ‘noble’ servant Chris Martin

    Chris Martin

    Chris Martin. Picture: www.gov.uk

    Published: 10 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A doctor and the novelist we almost never knew

    The crowd at No 38 Brunswick Square for the unveiling of a Bloomsbury plaque

    The crowd at No 38 Brunswick Square for the unveiling of a Bloomsbury Group plaque. Picture: Marchmont Association

    Real radicals of Camden

    Nicola Seyd and Tom Costello

    Nicola Seyd and Tom Costello

    Published: 3 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Right on at the Left Book Club

    Published: 3 December, 2015
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    CAN past glories ever be recaptured?

    Scandal of the ‘ghost’ block

    The empty block of flats at the rear of the private Princess Park apartments

    The empty block of flats at the rear of the private Princess Park apartments, below

    Sands’ lessons from the past

    Chairman Nick Flynn, Philippe Sands QC and director David Evans

    Star speakers, from left: Chairman Nick Flynn, Philippe Sands QC and director David Evans. Picture: Dartmouth Park Talks

    Did I fall for a glitzy political swindle at No 10?

    Prime Minister David Cameron and London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith

    Prime Minister David Cameron and London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith

    Published: 12 November, 2015