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    Pensioner left fighting for his life in hospital after brawl outside Swiss Cottage pub

    Two men were taken to hospital by paramedics 

    Published: 30 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    POLICE are appealing for witnesses to a fight in Swiss Cottage that left a 72-year-old man with life-threatening head injuries last night.

    Police arrest man who posed as aristocrat to rack up £2,000 bill at King's Cross hotel

    Great Northern Hotel

    Officers were called to the Great Northern Hotel this morning. Photo: Richard Ash/Flickr

    Published: 28 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A MAN was arrested this morning on suspicion of fraud after posing as the aristocratic Duke of Marlborough and racking up a bill of more than £2,000 at a King's Cross hotel. 

    Bond film score composer David Arnold warns neighbour's swimming pool excavation will ruin work at legendary AIR studios

    Bond film score composer David Arnold warns neighbour's swimming pool excavation

    David Arnold and AIR studios, a mecca for some of the world's most talented musicians and composers [Pic: Paul Capewell]

    Published: 28 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    JAMES Bond film score composer David Arnold has told how he fears the legendary AIR recording studios in Hampstead will be made unusable by drilling work ordered by neighbours who hope to install a

    NUJ want to run 'stylish' cafe at refurbished headquarters

    The National Union of Journalists is based in King's Cross

    Published: 28 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    THE National Union of Journalists wants to operate a “stylish” new café on the ground floor and a venue for occasional live music at its King’s Cross headquarters, writes R

    39 years and counting: Britain's longest-serving prisoner denied parole again

    39 years and counting: Britain's longest-serving prisoner denied parole again

    John Massey was interviewed by a Parole Board panel for four hours

    Published: 28 March, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    BRITAIN’S longest serving prisoner John Massey has been told he has no chance of release for another a year after losing a parole hearing.

    Cookbook writer Ottolenghi tells Town Hall of late night noise worries over pet shop bar plan

    Cookbook writer Ottolenghi tells Town Hall of late night noise worries over pet

    Yotam Ottolenghi (pictured) and his partner Karl Allen have written a letter objection to Camden Council

    Published: 28 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    ONE of London’s most celebrated cookery writers has told how he worries Camden Town does not feel “completely safe” due to disruption caused by late-night bars operating close to

    Massively-stretched police cannot deal with all the calls, warns former PC

    Alex Stewart has quit the force

    Published: 28 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A FORMER police officer has warned that funding cuts have left the service “massively stretched” and “losing excellent officers hand over fist”.

    Tesco scrap plans to open new store in Belsize Park in face of huge opposition

    Conti Budgens

    Tom Conti and Andrew Thornton in Haverstock Hill

    Published: 27 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    CAMPAIGNERS who fought against plans to open a Tesco Express in Belsize Park are celebrating tonight after it was confirmed that the supermarket giant has shelved the proposals. 

    Love Where You Live: Restaurant staff join disabilities charity to spruce up neighbourhood

    Published: 27 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    RESTAURANT workers joined young people with learning disabilities to do their bit to spruce up the neighbourhood, in a Love Where You Live day. 

    Styling it out: Camden hairdresser beats hundreds to reach contest final

    Winning Camden stylist Craig Clarke with his model 

    Published: 27 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A CAMDEN Town hair stylist has shown he is a cut above the rest, after reaching the finals of a prestigious industry contest.

    Night bus services to be cut back after 24-hour tube is launched

    London Assembly Member Murad Qureshi says TfL must be sure to not leave passengers feeling unsafe

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    NIGHT bus services are likely to be hit this September when the 24-hour tube is launched. 

    No way to contact Camden Council due to out of order phone line

    The main switchboard in the new town hall in St Pancras is down

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    THERE is no way of telephoning Camden Council today (Monday) because of “technical problems” in the new Town Hall.

    Antiques Roadshow expert Lars Tharp hunts for treasure at Danish Church's summer bazaar

    Antiques Roadshow expert Lars Tharp hunts for treasure at Danish Church's summer

    Lars Tharp with Elin Stone, chairwoman of the Danish Women in England

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By STEVE BARNETT

    IF there were any hidden treasures at the Danish Church of Saint Katharine’s summer bazaar on Saturday, they certainly wouldn’t have stayed that way for very long after the arrival of A

    Banks told to do more to help stop cashpoint scamsters

    Jessica Learmond-Criqui wants banks to 'step up their game'

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    HIGH street banks have been told they need to “step up their game” after taking weeks to provide police with grainy CCTV of robberies – impeding detectives’ attempts to stop

    New MP Tulip Siddiq to back Mary Creagh in Labour leadership contest

    New MP Tulip Siddiq to back Mary Creagh in Labour leadership contest

    Tulip Siddiq wants a wider debate, and is supporting Mary Creagh's bid

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    HAMPSTEAD and Kilburn's new Labour MP Tulip Siddiq has revealed she will support bookies outsider Mary Creagh in the Labour leadership contest.

    Parliament Hill girls join ex-soldiers on stage

    The students got to try on kit that was worn by soldiers in Afghanistan

    Published: 26 May, 2015
    By LEANNE PHINIKAS

    PARLIAMENT Hill girls got a glimpse of what is like to be a soldier, as they took part in a theatre workshop led by ex-servicemen.

    Police called to reports of stabbing on Hampstead Heath - but no victim can be found

    Officers could find no evidence of a stabbing

    Published: 23 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    POLICE rushed to Hampstead Heath last night after reports that a young man had been stabbed, but when officers arrived on the scene they could find no trace of a victim. 

    Parents protest at Torriano schools merger proposal

    Torriano Infants School is next door to Torriano Junior School

    Published: 22 May, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    PARENTS at a popular infants school in Kentish Town are campaigning to halt plans to merge with a junior school next door.

    New HS2 plans for Euston reveal how streets will be swept away

    The new HS2 plans for Euston were revealed in a slideshow last week

    Published: 22 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    TEMPERS flared this week as HS2 unveiled its latest designs for Euston Station and revealed the work will begin in 2017 and last until 2033.

    Fancy dress fun as Camden Town pub throws Eurovision party

    Eurovision singers get ready for action  [Photo: Eurovision/EBU, Andres Putting]

    Published: 22 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    It is nearly that night of the year again, when extravagant outfits, cheesy songs and often questionable voting tactics take centre stage, as countries go head to head in the finals of Eurovision.&

    Camden street style #41: Silky jumpsuits and custom-made denim

    Camden street style #41: Silky jumpsuits and custom-made denim
    Published: 22 May, 2015
     
    In our weekly online column, ALINA POLIANSKAYA looks at who's wearing what in Camden Town
     

    David Beer has chosen a cool, laid-back look for his day out in Camden Town.

    Labour councillors warned they may have to revisit the spending cuts they refused to make

    Theo Blackwell outlined his concerns in a memo to colleagues

    Published: 22 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    LABOUR councillors have been warned they may have to revisit suggestions for public spending cuts which they had previously rejected.

    Kids in Euston discover careers beyond 'footballers and popstars'

    Year two pupils at Netley Primary School take part in a careers workshop

    Published: 22 May, 2015
    By LEANNE PHINNIKAS

    CHILDREN as young as four thought about what they want to be when they grow up this week at a Euston school, as part of their annual careers day.

    Camden has a new mayor! Larraine Revah becomes borough's first citizen

    Outgoing mayor Lazzaro Pietragnoli hands over the mayoral chain to Larraine Reva

    Outgoing mayor Lazzaro Pietragnoli hands over the mayoral chain to Larraine Revah

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    THE red robe and gold chain were transferred to Camden’s new mayor at the Town Hall last night (Wednesday).

    The King's Cross code: Why Northern Line passengers are ignoring station signs to get to their trains quicker

    The King's Cross code: Why the signs send you the long way round to the Northern

    The long way - signs direct you away from the speediest route to the Northern Line at King's Cross

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    IT is known as the “King’s Cross code”: two fast-track routes to what, for those who take the long walk, might seem like the promised land of the Northern line platforms.

    Is your toothache related to emotional problems? Retiring dentist links teeth and the mind

    Is your toothache related to emotional problems? Retiring dentist links teeth an

    Vicky Lee – seated, wearing red – with patients and friends at her  birthday party

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By AMY SMITH

    FOR many, a trip to the dentist is a dreaded affair and people will often put up with excruciating toothache before making an appointment.

    Row builds over future of Travis Perkins site in West Hampstead

    Row builds over future of Travis Perkins site in West Hampstead

    The site in West End Lane

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    A ROW over plans to turn a block of offices and shops in West Hampstead into affordable and private housing has erupted after a leading UK building supplies firm accused the council of putting mone

    Protesters storm National Gallery demanding sacked union rep is reinstated

    Protesters storm National Gallery demanding sacked union rep is reinstated

    The 'Reinstate Candy' demo at the National Gallery

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    PROTESTERS stormed the National Gallery on Friday after its bosses sacked union rep and well-known Camden activist Candy Udwin.

    Former Haverstock pupil faces prison in United States after admitting aiding terrorist group

    Former Haverstock pupil faces prison in United States after admitting aiding ter

    Mahdi Hashi said he was left to sleep on a marble floor in a 'scalding room' and fed only beans and bread

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    A FORMER Haverstock school boy is facing up to 15 years in prison after admitting he had aided a terrorist group in Somalia.

    Neighbours fail to stop philosopher Alain de Botton's guesthouse plan for Hampstead back street

    ALAIN de Botton’s plan for a modern hotel in the heart of Hampstead village has

    The proposed hotel for Streatley Place, and philosopher Alain de Botton, who founded social enterprise Living Architecture

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By GEOFFREY SAWYER

    ALAIN de Botton’s plan for a modern hotel in the heart of Hampstead village has won planning permission from councillors, despite a welter of objections from neighbours.

    Shooting victim forced to relive trauma of the night her best friend was gunned down

    Sabrina Gachette

    Sabrina Gachette, right, and her mother Pauline Aubrey 

    Published: 21 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    When Sabrina Gachette hears an ambulance tearing past her Camden Town flat, she is cast back to the night she was caught in the crossfire of a gangland shooting which left her best friend dead and

    Greens’ Sian Berry wants to be Mayor of London

    Green councillor Sian Berry. Photo:Sven Klinge

    Green councillor Sian Berry. Photo:Sven Klinge

    Published: 21 May, 2015

    Tassimo Partnering with Terracycle to Make Recycling Coffee Pods Easier

    Tassimo Partnering with Terracycle to Make Recycling Coffee Pods Easier

    Coffee giant Tassimo, the creators of an incredibly successful system of “pods” which are slotted into at-home machines to make the perfect cup of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate, have an

    Monty Python star launches edible playground at Queen's Crescent school

    Michael Palin helps youngsters at Carlton Primary School plant some herbs

    Published: 19 May, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    MONTY Python star Michael Palin told children at a Queen's Crescent school that when he was young, he loved any opportunity to get outside.

    Pregnant woman left with broken bones after King's Cross robbery

    Police are searching for the teenage suspect 

    Published: 19 May, 2015
    By LEANNE PHINIKAS 

    A HEAVILY pregnant woman has been left injured after being violently robbed in King's Cross on Saturday afternoon (May 16).

    Maajid Nawaz blames tactical votes for election loss, insisting 'nation did not want Lib Dems to be hit so hard'

    Maajid Nawaz blames tactial votes for election loss, insisting 'nation did not w

    Maajid Nawaz has analysed why the Lib Dems lost votes in Hampstead and Kilburn

    Published: 18 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    MAAJID Nawaz has partly blamed “tactical voting” for the searing defeats suffered by Liberal Democrats, including the Hampstead and Kilburn constituency.

    Keir Starmer says he's not experienced enough as he rules himself out of Labour leadership contest

    Activists campaigned for Keir Starmer to run in Labour's leadership contest

    Published: 18 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    NEW Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer has ruled himself out of a bid for the Labour Party leadership.

    Trembly knees in Camden Town: Spurs legends Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa drop in on La Patagonia

    The last time Villa won the cup: Ossie and Ricky meet restaurant manager Noah Mi

    The last time Villa won the cup: Ossie and Ricky meet restaurant manager Noah Mirelman

    Published: 18 May, 2015
    By STEVE BARNETT

    THEY might have kept their fans waiting, but the cheers still rang out loud when Tottenham legends Ossie Ardiles and Ricky Villa finally rolled into Camden Town last week.

    IN PICTURES: The Great Hampstead Bark Off

    Scarlett Villa with Yuko, the long-haired Akita, and Clare Anderson (right) with Snoop

    Published: 15 May, 2015
    By STEVE BARNETT

    THERE was only one message leading the pack on Sunday as pooches of all shapes and sizes went on parade at Hampstead Heath: “Keep Calm and Adopt A Dog.” 

    WATCH: Haverstock School beat school from Merseyside in UK Schools Cup Final

    Published: 18 May, 2015

    Haverstock School have won the Playstation Schools Cup Final this afternoon (Monday) after beating Stanley High from Southport, Merseyside, in a penalty shootout. The Chalk Farm school fell behind to a goal in the fourth minute at Reading's Madejski Stadium but fought back with an equaliser from Charlie Clark. With the scores level, Haverstock went onto win 4-3 in a tense shoot-out.

     

     

    In pictures: Jamie Oliver visits Kentish Town school for Food Revolution Day

    Jamie Oliver with some of his famous pals and children from Rhyl Primary School at the Food Revolution Day 

    Published: 15 May, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA 

    IT was a day of foodie fun at a Kentish Town School today when TV chef Jamie Oliver came to visit as part of a drive for all kids to be taught about food. 

    Bookmakers shorten odds on new MP Keir Starmer taking over as Labour Party leader

    Keir Starmer is listed among bookmakers as possible successor to Ed Miliband

    Published: 15 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    BOOKMAKERS have shortened their odds on new Holborn and St Pancras MP Keir Starmer becoming the next leader of Labour Party.

    Funeral for lifelong library campaigner this Saturday

    Belsize Park poet Beata Susanna Duncan has died aged 93 

    Published: 15 May, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A LIFELONG supporter of Camden's libraries, Beata Susanna Duncan, has died aged 93.

    Up for rent: Former Belsize Park home of Dutch master Piet Cornelis Mondrian

    Up for rent: Former Belsize Park home of Dutch master Piet Cornelis Mondrian

    The flat once home to artist Piet Cornelis Mondrian is yours for £475 per week

    Published: 15 May, 2015
    By DAN CARRIER

    A UNIQUE artist’s studio that was home to the geometric, abstract Dutch master Piet Cornelis Mondrian after he fled the growing threat of Fascism, is available to rent.

    For Maude: BAFTA's best actor Jason Watkins and his partner Clara on the heartache of losing daughter

    For Maude: BAFTA's best actor Jason Watkins and his partner Clara on the heartac

    Jason Watkins, named best actor at the BAFTAs, and his partner Clara Francis at their Camden Town home

    Published: 15 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    When the bright lights flash and the cameras begin to roll, actor Jason Watkins temporarily conceals with make-up the tattoo bearing the name of his daughter that is etched into his arm.

    Patients taught DIY dialysis care at St Pancras Hospital

    Patients taught DIY dialsyis care at St Pancras Hospital

    Twenty-seven-year-old William Tackie is now able to spend more time following his passion for music while managing his own dialysis treatment at St Pancras Hospital

    Published: 15 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT

    NHS patients are being shown how to treat themselves in a new “self care” dialysis unit in St Pancras Hospital.

    In pictures: Star-studded night at Latin UK Awards in Camden Town

    La Patagonia restaurant staff Adrian Cocco, Mila Salvatierra and Noah Mirelman celebrate winning the award for best Argentinean restaurant 

    Published: 14 May, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A CAMDEN Town restaurant scooped a prestigious industry award at a star-studded ceremony last night. La Patagonia scooped the prize for best Argentinean Restaurant at the Latin UK Awards (LUKA

    Boy George loses planning appeal over glazed extension

    Boy George loses planning appeal over glass extension

    A planning inspector ruled against Boy George's home improvement plan

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    CULTURE Club frontman Boy George must continue to endure “poor levels of natural lighting” at his Hampstead home after his attempt to overturn a Town Hall planning decision was dismisse

    Keir Starmer insists voters did not reject Labour's 'progressive ideas' but message was not clear enough

    Labour MPs Tulip Siddiq and Keir Starmer

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    SIR Keir Starmer insisted yesterday (Wednesday) that voters had not rejected Labour’s “progressive” policies at the general election, but conceded that the party had not been clea

    'Kids are more interested in video games than pets': Palmers pet store in line to become new Camden Town bar

    The original Palmers pet store, and its current site in Parkway

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    IT was once one of London’s most famous pet shops, with a vast array of exotic creatures and able to count Winston Churchill and Charlie Chaplin among its customers. 

    British Museum hires terror security consultants

    The museum will use bollards to stop 'hostile vehicles'

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    SECURITY experts have been called in by the British Museum to keep the building and visitors safe from terrorist attacks. 

    Conservation group objects to Stefano Gabbana's garden lights plan for new Primrose Hill home

    Conservation group objects to Stefano Gabbana's garden lights plan for new Primr

    Italian designers Dolce and Gabbana

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    PLANS to brighten up the garden at the new Primrose Hill home of the founder of fashion powerhouse Dolce & Gabbana are hanging in the balance after neighbours objected to the works. 

    Police find block of cannabis the size of a 'house brick' floating in Camden Town canal

    Grand Union Canal cannabis

    The class-b drug was found floating in the Grand Union Canal. Picture: Met Police

    Publishd: 14 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    POLICE officers in Camden Town found a block of cannabis the size of a house brick floating in the Grand Union Canal

    Coroner tells mental health staff to learn from death of woman who jumped from balcony

    Published: 14 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    MENTAL health hospitals in Camden have been told they must learn from their mistakes after a suicidal woman was wrongly discharged less than an hour before she took her own life. 

    Cereal Killer Café, complete with beds, launches in Camden Market

    Twin brothers Alan and Gary Kerry at the new Cereal Killer Café in the Stables Market 

    Published: 13 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    A NEW café where you can eat cereal in bed has opened in the Stables Market. 

    Elderly man rushed to hospital with broken leg after collision in Camden Town

    Camden High Street accident

    Police closed Camden High Street after the collision

    Published: 13 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    AN elderly man was left with a broken leg and badly bleeding after being trapped under a van in Camden Town this afternoon. 

    Bridging the gap between young and old at Camden Intergenerational Week

    Students at Haverstock School join some older people to discuss everything from food to films 

    Published: 13 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    PEOPLE young and old have been coming together this week to share their wisdom, play a spot of bingo and build bridges as part of Camden Intergenerational Week. 

    WATCH: Gluten Free Festival to take over Camden Market

    A gluten-free wrap from Feed Me Primal, who will have a stand at the festival this weekend 

    Published: 13 May, 2015
    By ELLIE DALIGAN

    AS healthy food trends continue to gain in popularity, Camden Market is getting ready to host its own Gluten Free Festival. 

    Charity bike ride to Tavistock Square for tenth anniversary of 7/7 bombings

    Miriam Hyman, left, who was killed on a bus in Tavistock Square, pictured with her sister Esther, who runs a charity in her memory 

    Published: 12 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    CYCLISTS are gearing up to ride in memory of those lost in the London bombings, as the tenth anniversary of the attacks approaches.

    Female comedians stand up against domestic violence at Camden fundraiser

    Comedian Shazia Mirza will be among those taking to the stage

    Published: 12 May, 2015
    By ELLIE DALIGAN 

    TOP comedians are coming out in force to support women and children who have faced domestic violence.

    Driver held up at gunpoint in West Hampstead for a watch and a diamond ring

    Armed robbery in Dynham Road

    Armed officers attended the scene in Dynham Road

    Published: 11 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A DRIVER was robbed at gunpoint in broad daylight on Thursday just metres away from a polling station that was busy with people casting their ballot. 

    Stars come out in Camden Town for celebration of Latin culture

    Phantom of the Opera star Geronimo Raunch will receive an award for vocalist of the year [Picture: Nicky Harwood]

    Published: 11 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    STARS from the worlds of music, sport and entertainment will be heading to Camden Town on Wednesday to celebrate the best of Latin culture in the UK. 

    Swarm of bees hitch a ride on car in Belsize Park

    The Smart car covered in bees in Belsize Park 

    Published: 11 May, 2015 
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    THERE was quite a surprise in store for one unlucky driver, when a swarm of bees hitched a ride on their Smart car in Belsize Park. 

    Man charged with murder after body found lying in road opposite Castlehaven Open Space

    Police arrested a man in Leicester on Saturday

    Published: 11 May, 2015
    By WILLIAM McLENNAN

    A 23-year-old will appear in court today charged with the murder of a man who was found collapsed in Camden Town last week.

    Why do Brits fancy themselves as baristas?

    A cup of coffee - Why do Brits fancy themselves as baristas?

    BUYING hot drinks from stylish high street establishments has become an integral part of the day to day lives of millions of Brits.

    Look out for your limited edition New Journal election special with full results service on the streets today!

    Look out for your limited edition New Journal election special with full results

    The New Journal election special beat the presses at 8am

    Published: 8 May, 2015

    BEATING the presses at 8am this morning, the New Journal's limited edition election special is on the streets today (Friday), just hours after the general election results in Camden

    Holborn and St Pancras gets its first new MP since 1979: Sir Keir Starmer elected

    Holborn and St Pancras gets its first new MP since 1979: Sir Keir Starmer electe

    Sir Keir Starmer is the new MP in Holborn and St Pancras

    Published: 8 May, 2015
    By TOM FOOT and DAN CARRIER

    THE Labour baton was passed from Frank Dobson to Sir Keir Starmer this morning (Friday) as the former director of public prosecutions was elected in Holborn and St Pancras with a landslide majority

    PEEPS: Election day special

    Lorna Russell trying to get the vote out in the final moments

    Published: 8 May, 2015
    PEEPS: the week in local politics

    l THE key to Labour’s success in Hampstead and Kilburn was an army of determined members and volunteers getting the vote out.

    Full story: Tulip Siddiq defends Hampstead and Kilburn parliamentary seat for Labour

    Tulip Siddiq on stage at the election count in Somers Town with her family

    Published: 8 May, 2015
    By RICHARD OSLEY

    CAMDEN got its first new MPs for 23 years this morning (Friday) as Labour held the knife-edge Hampstead and Kilburn constituency, and extended its lead in its traditional power base of Holborn and

    Eco Warriors and Year Two for Change victorious in Camden Town primary school elections

    The winning team from Year Two for Change at Holy Trinity and St Silas School 

    Published: 8 May, 2015
    By ELLIE DALIGAN 

    THE adults weren't the only ones casting their votes yesterday.

    Eighty-year-old man found dead at Hampstead Tube station

    British Transport Police are not treating the death as suspicious [Photo: Lachlan Fearnley]

    Published: 8 May, 2015
    By ALINA POLIANSKAYA

    AN elderly man has been found dead at Hampstead tube station this morning. The death is not being treated as suspicious 

    Live updates: General Election 2015

    LIVE UPDATES FROM HOLBORN AND ST PANCRAS AND HAMPSTEAD AND KILBURN FROM THE CNJ REPORTING TEAM 

     

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