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Islington Council has made yet another data gaffe – by leaking personal information of 559 ex-employees to its own former leader.

Islington homeowners and tenants face a five per cent council tax increase – but town hall leaders promised there will be no cuts to frontline services.

People in Islington are “far more likely” to be affected by the latest increase in rail fares, according to MP Emily Thornberry.

Islington’s education leader has promised that the council is ready to take action against government cuts to schools.

An anti-Fabric Islington councillor thinks the town hall is on a “slippery slope” after the Farringdon club was allowed to re-open.

Three-hundred worshippers are set to lose their mosque after Islington Council’s planning committee approved its demolition.

An Islington councillor has accused the town hall of showing “no confidence” in its own licensing policy after the decision to close Farringdon club Fabric was overturned in court.

Furious campaigners have lodged a formal complaint over the granting of £2million in Lottery cash to the Cally Park clock tower visitors’ centre.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn says he will be “proud” to speak at Finsbury Park Mosque’s anti-hate crime meeting on Tuesday – as today marks one year since it was nearly blown up in an arson attack.

Jeremy Corbyn tonight said the Holloway Prison site is the “biggest opportunity” in his 33 years as MP to help solve Islington’s housing crisis.

Housing campaigners have urged Islington families to continue fighting the Housing Act – despite the government abolishing its hated “pay to stay” policy.

When people think of Islington landmarks, the town hall is at the top of most lists. Built in 1922, the Gazette finds it has defined power in the borough ever since.

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A piece of art by a man who once painted lines on playgrounds hangs in Jeremy Corbyn’s living room – and it’s so good the MP is in the market for another one.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn today said Jamal Mahmoud’s killing at Pentonville Prison is a “tragic warning lesson” – and criticised government “under-funding” of the Caledonian Road jail.

It may not be the most attractive building, but 55-61 Brewery Road in Holloway is still home to 300 worshippers at York Way Masjid. With demolition on the cards, director Mukhtar Osman asks James Morris: ‘Where else is there?’

Labour-controlled Islington Council took a lot of flak last month after shutting Fabric. As the sole opposition member, Green Cllr Caroline Russell was spared this. But, as she tells James Morris, life is difficult in the land of Labour.

Farringdon superclub Fabric will begin its appeal against Islington Council’s closure decision at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court next month.

A year ago, Jeremy Corbyn promised Islington North ‘won’t be forgotten’ after he was elected Labour leader. Twelve months on, James Morris asks community leaders across his constituency whether he has kept his word.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon offered heartfelt thanks to constituents after his re-election as Labour leader.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn was this morning re-elected as leader of the Labour Party.

A new Paddy Power bookies is a “step back” for the Cally.

Islington Survivors Network has accused the town hall of being obstructive to historic victims of care home abuse.

St Luke’s Community Centre hopes the “penny will drop” over council cuts to its early dementia service.

Superclub Fabric has renewed its vow to appeal Islington Council’s decision to revoke its licence.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn today promised to fight plans to abolish his Islington North constituency of 33 years.

A pensioner was left badly bruised after falling over a loose paving slab – one day after her friend had reported “shoddy repair work” to Islington Council.

Islington South and Finsbury MP Emily Thornberry this afternoon said “the fight is on” against plans to re-draw constituency boundaries.

A report has recommended Jeremy Corbyn’s Islington North constituency seat be abolished.

Fabric this morning rounded on Islington Council after the Farringdon superclub was shut down.

Farringdon superclub Fabric is set to close after Islington Council revoked its licence tonight.

Alcoholism is a real problem in Islington. Work is going on to tackle street drinking in the St John Street area, where a shop’s application for an 8am licence was rejected.

Islington Council is sitting on £37million of unspent donations, new figures have revealed.

Farringdon “superclub” Fabric has “strongly contested” claims by police officers that drug abuse behind its doors is widespread – and has proposed a string of changes to its operation to cut the risk of further deaths there.

Embattled Farringdon nightclub Fabric is “a safe haven for the supply and consumption of illegal drugs” with lax security, licensing chiefs will be told on September 6.

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has snubbed Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour party.

Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn this afternoon said he remains confident of winning the Labour leadership election - despite 130,000 party members being excluded from voting.

Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership of the Labour Party was backed by 72 per cent of constituency party members at a packed meeting last night.

Islington Council has commissioned two specialist charities to tackle youth violence.

The government has refused to back the Islington employment commission – which has helped 1,000 people into work since its launch nearly two years ago.

Anarchists have cancelled a march on Boris Johnson’s central Islington house on Friday night.

Over 300 anarchists are expected to march on Boris Johnson’s central Islington home next Friday night.

Islington’s top councillor last night came under fire over damp housing - and admitted there are “real problems” with many of the out-dated buildings.

A children’s charity has launched legal action against Islington Council, accusing it of failing to house a vulnerable 14-year-old boy being held in police cells.

Islington Council leader Richard Watts is inviting people to grill him in a Question Time-style meeting tonight.

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