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‘Too greedy’ Highgate mansion plans on edge of Hampstead Heath thrown out

Campaigners against plans to demolish a Highgate mansion overlooking Hampstead Heath have won a victory as the scheme was rejected.

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MP: ‘Benugo’s pulling out is victory for people power’

In an extraordinary victory for people power, the corporation which runs Hampstead Heath has backed down on plans to allow a chain to take over three family-run cafes after the strength of public feeling against the move became clear.

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Haringey promises adults with autism will be accomodated after legal threats

Autism campaigners are triumphant after Haringey Council promised to salvage essential disability services following legal pressure

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Benugo has pulled out of plans to take over Parliament Hill Cafe following backlash from outraged residents.

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