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Safety checks and estate visits are taking place in Brent to ensure all its 37 high rise towers are checked “without delay” following the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

A Muslim community in Wembley has condemned the terror attack in London Bridge urging the government to ‘find’ and ‘punish’ criminals severely.

Calling all budding musicians - a free busking academy is launching at Wembley Park.

The flag at Brent Civic Centre is flying at half mast today in solidarity with all those killed and injured in yesterday’s alleged terror attack in Westminster, which saw four people die.

Wembley Park is to become the largest development site in the UK for rental properties with the promise of 5,000 new homes.

The green light has been given to axe Brent Housing Partnership’s contract with Brent Council with Conservative party opposition demanding a better service for residents in the future.

More than 18,000 people streamed into Wembley Park to take part in this year’s spectacular fireworks celebration, despite the wintry weather.

Brent Council has committed to resettle 50 vulnerable Syrian refugees, fleeing from persecution in the Middle East.

Both the stadium and arena in Wembley are lit up in red, white and blue in solidarity with France after crowds out celebrating in Nice were killed and injured in a lorry attack.

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