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Football is still prejudiced against LGBT people. But Arsenal’s huge Gay Gooners fan club is fighting this. The Gazette speaks to chairman Dave Raval.

Fri, 16:43

Green and Lib Dem candidates are no threat to Labour in Islington – despite warning signs the party’s stance on Brexit could damage it locally, a senior party source has insisted.

Fri, 16:12

The headteacher of a special education needs school will be pounding the streets of London for a charity which is close to her heart.

Fri, 10:41

A man has potentially life-changing injuries after being stabbed near a doctor’s surgery in Canonbury this morning.

Fri, 08:20

A private hire vehicle driver who caused “horrific injuries” to the cyclist he ran over while distracted using his mobile phone has been found guilty of careless and inconsiderate driving.

Fri, 07:00

The fed-up owner of this sopping Holloway flat says a five-year leak from the council flat above has left her effectively homeless.

Thu, 19:19

Terry Stacy tonight stood down as Liberal Democrat candidate for Islington South and Finsbury.

Thu, 16:50

Veterans and dignitaries from Islington turned out to commemorate the Finsbury Rifles last night – 100 years on from their biggest loss of the First World War.

Thu, 16:35

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn scorned Islington’s “elitist” stereotype while launching his general election campaign today.

Sport

Yesterday, 19:36

Eskinazi ton puts defending champions in control

Yesterday, 14:52

His furrowed brow lifts slightly and the merest hint of a smile widens his mouth. He is not reacting to a joke but a happy memory.

Yesterday, 02:33

Hugely-promising Middlesex opener Nick Gubbins hit a century in the first day of the four day game against Essex at Lords.

Fri, 18:13

Opening batsmen hit centuries at Lord’s

Fri, 17:50

Kaylen Hinds is a young Arsenal footballer with the world at his feet.

Fri, 15:47

For a player who has more than 100 wickets in Tests and ODIs to his name, who is about to embark on his 13th summer season as a professional cricketer it seems strange to still be talking about promise.

Fri, 15:16

Layth Yousif’s latest Arsenal ‘Rewind’ column reviews the week that was...

Fri, 13:15

Special night for football, cricket and rugby fans

Thu, 10:00

No-one who was at Lord’s on that glorious late September evening last year against Yorkshire will ever forget Toby Roland-Jones running in from the Pavilion End like a man possessed to claim five wickets in 16 balls, culminating in a hat-trick to win the Championship.

Entertainment

Thu, 12:36

Flashback Records is one of the top record shop companies in the UK. But like all indie stores, it had to endure some tough times before the vinyl revolution came along. Owner Mark Burgess tells the Gazette about his change in fortunes.

Damien Lewis and Sophie Okonedo both shine in Edward Albee’s story about a man who falls in love with a goat

The Golden Egg Love Fest runs at the Shacklewell Lane Mosque over the weekend of April 22 - 23, offering music, dance, spoken word, yoga, food and spirituality

The artist’s work explores the differences between tangible places and abstract spaces

This crowd-funded record puts BSP back in the frame – food for hearts, minds and feet

The punk-slash-folk group plays at The Garage in Highbury on April 8, collecting food and clothes for those in need

Simon Callow, Matt Berry, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal, Charlotte Ritchie and Lily Cole talk to Zoe Paskett about working on the 70s comedy classic at Trafalgar Studios

Cressida Carré offers an intriguing provocation with her all-female revival of Laura Wade’s portrait of entitled white male excess

Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s extraordinary true story of how a satirical magazine was produced in the trenches of WW1

Set on the Suffolk coast where she grew up, Tallulah Brown’s new play has universal as well as local connotations

Luke Hallgarten grew up in Golders Green and attended Hampstead Garden Suburb primary and King Alfred’s before running away to join the circus

Liz Lowe meets Emma Duggan, the chef at Walnut, a soon to open eatery in Finsbury Park

The Scottish band are left searching for past passion and power in their first record since 1998

George Brown started out busking. Now she’s launching her debut EP, following in the footsteps of her SoCal heroes, finds ZOE PASKETT

The film’s approach would surely meet with the institution’s approval: nothing is too structured, nothing is forced, no judgment is made and the characters are allowed to express themselves largely free of the imposition of narrative

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