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Survivors of child abuse at Islington care homes confronted Dame Margaret Hodge MP at a packed event at University College London.

A second trustee of Buddhist charity Rigpa Fellowship has been disqualified by the Charity Commission after failing to act on knowledge of serious abuse.

A Buddhist charity in the Caledonian Road remains under investigation following the death last month of its guru founder and the disqualification of an ex-trustee.

From a tiny industrial unit just behind one of Islington's busiest commercial arteries, a lifeline is quietly being extended to the homeless in London.

More than three thousand council houses bought under right to buy in Islington have been re-sold at a collective profit of £861million, new figures have revealed.

A second inquest into the death of a father-of-three who suffered fatal injuries in a high-speed police pursuit concluded today, with a jury finding the way the chase unfolded contributed to the death.

Ambulance staff lodged a complaint with the Metropolitan Police in the aftermath of a fatal high-speed pursuit, an inquest heard.

Fresh evidence was heard for the first time in more than 20 years today surrounding the death of father-of-three Onese Power, who died in 1997 after a high-speed police pursuit.

Members of the Muslim community have spoken of their fraught experience with the global "investment" scheme called Leverage, which scores of households in North and East London paid into.

A global "investment" scheme that targeted the Muslim community over two years has left some people claiming to be thousands of pounds out of pocket.

Vulnerable children from Hackney and Islington are being groomed to deal drugs hundreds of miles away - and rented out to gangs.

A provider for vulnerable young people has pocketed more than £1m from councils including Islington despite running an unregulated facility for at least seven years.

Sandy Marks' future membership of the Labour Party is uncertain even after a QC-led review confirmed the Gazette's revelations about the ex-mayor's pro-paedophile past.

An organisation acting for victims and survivors of abuse in Islington children's homes has responded bitterly to a barrister's conclusion that there was no evidence "organised" wrongdoing had taken place.

A chatty Big Issue seller who died alone in a hostel room. A table tennis-playing "teddy bear" who killed himself. At least four people who were homeless in Islington have died over the last 12 months, but no one is recording their deaths.

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