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Chief Superintendent Richard Tucker fears an 'identity crisis' in police force facing huge cuts

Camden police chief’s warning over £800million cuts to force

Camden’s outgoing borough commander has told of his concern about the effect of being forced to slash police budgets by 40 per cent.

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A man died in the street in Camden Town

Police investigating man’s unexplained death in the street in Camden Town

Police are investigating the death of a man in Camden Town.

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Geoff Martin with some of the young readers edition team, from left edition editor Paris Francis (14), assistant editor Jessie Lodge (14), Jasmin Naylor (16) and Yasmine Zertiha (11).

Young journalists invited to write for Ham&High Young Readers Edition

Budding young journalists have the chance to write for their local newspaper as the Ham&High launches its third Young Readers Edition.

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Kings Cross station

Four injured in Kings Cross train crash

Four passengers were taken to hospital after a train crashed into a buffer at King’s Cross station today.

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Labour London mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has collated figures which he claims prove social cleansing is taking place in London

Labour mayoral candidate visits Haringey and vows to stop ‘social cleansing’

Labour’s newly elected mayoral candidate was on the campaign trail in Haringey today.

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Ed Davey. Picture: Anna McCarthy

Lightning proves the spark for journalist Ed Davey’s debut novel

An ancient Etruscan belief provides the inspiration for the BBC reporter’s Dan Brown-style action adventure, but north London also plays its part too, finds Alex Bellotti.

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Mezzorama is in Walm Lane

Restaurant review: MezzoRoma Lounge in Willesden

MezzoRoma may have an Italian sounding name but their cuisine promises to take you to countries stretched across the globe.

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Open House: Explore a Hampstead family home that is a marvel of contemporary architecture

The architect who re-designed this four storey Victorian house in Hampstead from three flats into a family home is no stranger to getting out of tight spots

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Kelly Street, Camden, NW1

Top 3 properties for sale in Kentish Town

Once regarded as being Camden’s poorer cousin, in recent years Kentish Town has become a highly desirable area to live and features some stunning properties

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Prince of Wales

Kentish Town: Period houses, cool cafes, local shopping and proper boozers

Kentish Town is climbing rapidly upmarket. Once dilapidated buildings have been spruced up, parks have been re-landscaped and municipal facilities given a new lease of life to set this previously shabby area firmly on the path to gentrification

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Views of north west London from the BT tower

QUIZ: Which north London neighbourhood is your spiritual home?

From Highgate to West Hampstead, North London offers a wide variety of dwellings, attracting many different types of people, but which part is best suited to you and your lifestyle?

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England's Sam Burgess (left) and Brad Barritt during the World Cup Warm up match at Twickenham Stadium, London (pic: Andrew Matthews/PA)

RWC: Saracens put Club England first

We’re one big group now says Barritt

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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger (John Walton/PA Wire)

Wenger provides update on Ramsey, Bellerin and Mertesacker ahead of Chelsea clash

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says Aaron Ramsey and Hector Bellerin will face Chelsea this weekend but Per Mertesacker could again miss out.

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