The Mayor of London issued a rallying call to young people across the capital today as he launched a new anti-knife campaign saying: 'Don't carry a knife, we need you alive'.

The top cop in charge of tackling acid attacks in Brent and across the capital this week called for the sale of strong corrosives to be licensed - and tougher sentences for those carrying it.

It can cook meat, melt clothing and has been used in a spiralling number of crimes across London. The Times investigates how easy it is to buy lethal acids online

Search our table of London MPs' expense claims to find out how much your local MP spent in 2015-16

A single-mum has warned of the pitfalls of online dating after being set up with a man who was once on a list of Brent's most wanted criminals by match-making site OkCupid.

As one of his final acts as Prime Minister today David Cameron delivered the news victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal have been expecting for months.

A Brent and Kilburn Times campaign calling for justice for victims of the contaminated blood scandal has been nominated for an award recognising the power of local newspapers to lobby for positive change.

Northwick Park, St Mark's and Central Middlesex hospitals are losing the equivalent of 208 nurses' salaries every year because of people who don't turn up for their appointments. EMMA YOULE finds out how the figures compare with the rest of the UK - and asks what can be done about the problem

Hundreds of people are due to protest outside Parliament today over one of the biggest treatment disasters in the history of the NHS.

Around one in 10 hospital appointments are missed every year in England leading to wasted NHS resources.

Victims of the contaminated blood scandal face a Christmas of uncertainty as the government has once again delayed making amends for decades of suffering.

The head of the London Fire Brigade has revealed he still remembers exactly where he was on the day a horrific house fire in Neasden killed a mother and her five children.

Agony for victims of health scandal as government looks set to make them wait yet again for proper compensation

Fire response times will increase under proposal to axe 13 engines

A drug smuggler who absconded from an open prison having served barely a quarter of his sentence is still on the run a year after he was last seen in north west London.

Our probe reveals £2.1million cost of local MPs but type of payments that caused 2009 expenses scandal are very much a thing of the past.

This was the scene as thousands of junior doctors marched on Whitehall waving "Save the NHS" placards to oppose "unfair and unsafe" changes to working contracts.

Victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal have reacted with fury over a delay by the Department of Health in allocating £25million promised by the prime minister.

Parents who take their children out of school for holidays during term time can be fined £60 - and those who don't pay may find themselves in court.

Our investigation has highlighted the many ways victims of the NHS contaminated blood scandal continue to be failed decades on. Now investigations editor David Powles and journalist Emma Youle outline the improvements badly needed

In this special report, Emma Youle uncovers the scandal of tainted NHS blood that infected thousands with HIV and hep C

The Brent & Kilburm Times is looking to speak to girls who have had the HPV injection, or their parents.

The secondary school that ISIS executioner 'Jihadi John' attended in St John's Wood has said it is 'shocked and sickened by the news'.

A tropical storm that has been battering the Caribbean has a 60 per cent chance of hitting the south of England, the Met Office has warned.

A man who was struck by a train at Kilburn Tube station this morning has died, British Transport Police have confirmed.

Swiss Cottage station is currently closed and the Jubilee Line partially suspended after a person fell onto the tracks at Kilburn station this morning.


A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.

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