Tulip Siddiq is celebrating retaining her Hampstead and Kilburn seat, albeit with a slightly reduced majority.

The four main parties hoping to win in Hampstead and Kilburn were out in force in West Hampstead on Saturday morning, as just a handful of days remained before polling day.

Hampstead and Kilburn’s four main contenders to become the area’s next MP will face off in a question time debate hosted by the Ham&High and UCS Hampstead next month.

Police are investigating after a double stabbing in Kingsbury earlier this morning.

Detectives are linking the death of a woman in Harlesden yesterday to that of a man at Green Park Tube station on the same day.

Police are investigating the “suspicious” death of a woman in Ambleside Road, Harlesden.

Opening hours at Brent’s London Overground station’s ticket offices face drastic cuts, according to the RMT.

Brent Council has said all 18 homes proposed for the site of two much loved community centres will be council housing – but campaigners are still concerned by proposals to replace the community space with a “social enterprise hub”.

Judges visited Willesden Green on Thursday to see whether its high street is one of the best in Britain.

Brent Council’s cabinet last night voted through a plan to close Roe Green Strathcona Primary School – as teachers, parents and union members picketed the building.

London Overground services from Brent and South Hampstead to Euston will be running more regularly, Transport for London has announced.

The busy Kensal Corridor thoroughfare will be getting a makeover, after investment by Transport for London and Brent Council.

A merger between eight clinical commissioning groups (CCGs) in north west London including Brent and Westminster has been delayed until 2021.

More than a 100 neighbours from Harlesden raised their concerns about knife crime at a public meeting on August 22, after a spate of violent crimes in the area in recent months.

Three people have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old in Camden on Monday.

A man was killed in a hit-and-run on the north circular in Neasden in the early hours of this morning.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was killed when he was hit by a car on Saturday night.

A Wembley burglar who raided three Brent businesses as part of a spate of burglaries across north west London has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.

Police were looking to track down an Alzheimer’s sufferer who went missing on Saturday morning.

Firefighters are still tackling a blaze at a warehouse in Willesden, which has been raging since 9.20pm last night.

A man is recovering after a fire at a hostel in Priory Park Road, in Kilburn in the early hours of this morning.

Twelve fire engines and around 80 firefighters tackled a blaze at industrial units in Alperton last night.

Staff at Daniels Estate Agents said it was a “miracle” nobody was hurt when a bus ploughed into the shop in Chamberlayne Road.

Brent Council is set to pay out hundreds of thousands of pounds in legal fees to two staff members found not guilty of defrauding Copland School and Brent Council.

The Carlton Tavern could be reopened in April, nine months after the planning inspectorate told them to rebuild it.

A man was stabbed multiple times near Wembley Arena last night, after a gig by Jamaican dancehall artist Popcaan.

Allegations of bullying in Hampstead and Kilburn’s Labour branch have surfaced with the resignation of its chair, who is also a minister at a Harlesden church.

Lucy Casey has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the “unbelievably brutal attack” that killed Hannah Leonard.

Mother-of-one Hannah Leonard was stabbed to death in her Chalcots Estate flat by one or both of her drinking companions from the same evening, the Old Bailey heard today.

A Romanian man is set to stand trial in November accused of stabbing his pregnant girlfriend to death with a pair of scissors.


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