The current ban on evictions ends on June 25. The government must extend the deadline and overhaul the system.

As part of their online learning, Year 6 pupils at Wembley Primary School were asked to write a poem about how they were feeling about life in lockdown. Here are some of the amazing results.

“Like a tattoo I can’t erase.” - a Willesden Green singer decided to raise money for charity with her new single after hearing about a rise in domestic violence during lockdown.

Northwick Park Hospital’s medical director has warned that people who delay getting treatment could be putting their long-term health at risk.

Police are investigating an incident in which a child was stabbed on Friday afternoon (May 22).

We will bring you the latest updates from north London and the response of the authorities to the coronavirus crisis.

Here are images of just some of the thousands of pubs that have played such an important part in London’s history and culture.

I’ll be publishing daily updates from my north London flat, as the country adapts to a health crisis and a culture of “social distancing”.

A fixture of the north London comedy circuit is going online – with ticket prices dependent on the audience members’ situation during coronavirus lockdown.

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“I’ve never been prouder of the dedication shown by all of our key workers,” says Brent’s environment chief, praising waste collection workers and street cleaners.

“Community has never been so important,” according to a senior councillor launching a new campaign.

A Wembley music producer will perform a 24-hour DJ mix to raise money to support NHS staff and volunteers.

Neasden Temple is taking part in a community care initiative in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

MP Dawn Butler has given her backing to the new shadow cabinet after missing out on the deputy leadership in a ballot of members.

Brent Council has put out an appeal for residents to support its efforts to help the most vulnerable during the coronavirus pandemic.

Brent businesses are being encouraged to come forward if they are eligible for support grants.

Sir Keir Starmer, MP for Holborn and St Pancras, has been elected by Labour members as the party’s new leader.

Signs being put up in Brent will show people how far apart they should stand if they need to leave their home during lockdown.

Brent’s London Assembly member is among hundreds of thousands of Brits stranded abroad after flights were suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A Willesden newsagent and his wife found Elsa the cat in the courtyard at the back of their store, ready to give birth, despite the freezing weather.

Now, more than ever, local journalism matters – and here’s how you can give your support.

With the closure of venues the livelihoods of thousands of artists and entertainers has been affected. Here’s how some familiar faces from the comedy circuit have adapted to lockdown.

Boris Johnson has banned people from leaving the home except for certain reasons, outlawed gatherings of more than two people and shut retailers selling non-essential goods – threatening police fines for anyone who ignores new measures.

On Sunday I gave £4 to someone who was begging. Aren’t I quite the hero?

On Monday (March 16) ministers and officials will consider measures including banning mass gatherings and lengthy household isolation for the elderly.

A meeting of the community and wellbeing scrutiny committee comes as Brent Council’s leader has moved to reassure residents.

The health secretary has said elderly people will be asked to self-isolate for up to four months.

Ten more people have died in the UK after testing positive for coronavirus – including one at Northwick Park Hospital.


The new NHS Test and Trace service launched across England on May 28 forms a central part of the Government’s coronavirus recovery strategy to help us all get our lives back to something like normal. Here we explain how the system will work and answer some of the key questions which have been raised by members of the public.

Schools across the country have been preparing for some of their pupils to return to the classroom. Here is how one group of schools has been getting ready to make sure pupils can be taught safely and get on with lessons.

The Government is encouraging people to stay alert as many take their first steps back to their workplace.

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