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At this time of year redwings and fieldfares often appear on our pavement rowan trees to strip the berries., writes Mavis Pilbeam, Islington, full address supplied.

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Watching and reading news about the fires in Australia it's clear that even people in richer countries can very quickly become climate refugees, writes Nicola Baird, Islington Green.

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Congratulations to Jeremy Corbyn, as an individual he ran and jumped like the racehorse Redrum, writes Michael McElligott, Amwell Street, Islington.

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It will be a bitter pill to swallow but it may be time for Remain campaigners to accept that Brexit will "git done" and rethink the focus of their energies.

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Did you see the pollution pods taken to Madrid for the COP25 climate conference? asks Nicola Baird, Islington Green.

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Just before Christmas is a strange time to take over as editor at a newspaper - just before an election is, frankly, ridiculous.

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Firstly I would like to thank the previous editor Ramzy Alwakeel for his bravery in relation to standing up to different issues that presented during his time at the Gazette, he certainly stood by the code of the paper - it should be bold and hold the council to account, writes Michael McElligott, Amwell Street, Islington.

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Are Jeremy Corbyn and Labour councillors so sure of the Irish vote in Britain they fail to support fragile and infirm Irish elders, by closing their last lifeline and refuge, the Drovers Daycentre at the Cally, writes Róisín Ní orráin, Islington, full address supplied.

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The widespread rollout of early intervention initiatives across the capital is key to our efforts to end the surge in serious youth violence, writes Jennette Arnold OBE AM, London Assembly Member for North East (Hackney, Islington and Waltham Forest).

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This election revolves as much around Brexit as which party offers the best routes for the future, writes Nicola Baird, Islington Green.

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