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A judicial review in the high court is being sought over the failure of the director of public prosecutions (DPP) to investigate alleged breaches of lockdown rules by the prime minister’s adviser, Dominic Cummings.

A Willesden Green man has launched a crowdfunder to pay for a judicial review into why Dominic Cummings has not been penalised for breaking lockdown laws.

London’s overnight tube service may not return before Spring 2021 with union bosses warning there must be “no return to austerity”.

A drunken thug who fatally wounded a “visibly frail” pedestrian in a “senseless attack” in Camden Road has been jailed.

Commuters taking the Victoria line faced rush hour misery today due to a power failure.

A man has died after falling from Archway Bridge.

A man has been charged with driving offences after a cyclist was injured in Highgate.

Two perverts have been jailed for a combined stretch of 19 years for sexual offences against three boys in Hornsey, Muswell Hill and Islington.

A man has been charged with the fatal stabbing of a 25-year-old in Tufnell Park.

A teenager is in a “stable condition” in hospital after being stabbed in a Highbury street yesterday evening.

The owners of the Lord Palmerston have reassured customers the pub will open next month after refurbishment.

Neighbours fear for the future of a popular Tufnell Park pub after a scrawled notice announced it would be “closed until further notice”.

A woman who saw a Zeppelin airship crash into her village and a soldier unable to face the parents of comrades killed are tales being brought to life through the folk traditions of the First World War.

“On the surface it’s a traditional love story, in an unforgiving setting for a love story to unfold.”

It is the tale of an unforgiving bride, seeking revenge on the groom who has jilted her. Facada – a contemporary dance piece choreographed by Islington-based Arthur Pita and performed by ballet dancers, Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev – is part of the Solo Two presentation at the London Coliseum.

The kitchen, the heart of the home so still and lived in, is the perfect setting for this multilayered, multi-themed melodrama.

Harrowing and heart warming, the tale of a badly abused war evacuee carries a message of hope for those who see it this Christmas.

A car which crashed into a lamppost in the early hours of Sunday morning was left abandoned.

The Olympics in London last year was more than a celebration of sport, it was a celebration of each and every person that played some part in it.

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