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Barry Gardiner MP has defended attending a Black Lives Matter protest in Hyde Park saying a test revealed he was not a Covid-19 carrier.

London’s overnight tube service may not return before Spring 2021 with union bosses warning there must be “no return to austerity”.

Police wish to speak to the man in this image in connection with the “random” and “violent” attacks of a teenage girl on a bus in Harlesden.

A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a two-year-old boy was shot in Harlesden.

Brent had the highest death leaps in the UK between the first 10 weeks of the year and these last 10 weeks, according to figures.

Met chiefs are urging the public to come forward as a two-year-old boy shot in Harlesden battles for his life in hospital.

A child and three adults were rushed to hospital after being shot in Harlesden.

The mother of Zadie Smith and Ben Bailey-Smith has written a moving tribute to George Floyd who died on May 25 in Minneapolis.

Brent Civic Centre showed solidarity with the global Black Lives Matter campaign by lighting up its building in Wembley Park.

A Harlesden grocery store has been closed by police for ongoing criminality.

Brent Central’s MP is urging “predominantly young people” to avoid illegal street parties while the pandemic is still live following a block party in Harlesden.

Eleven police officers were assaulted at an illegal street party that saw more than 500 people descend on Church End & Roundwood.

Massive crowds attended an illegal street party in Harlesden as police helicopters hovered overheard.

People are being told to avoid Kilburn High Road as a building is “about to collapse”.

A “massive haul” of cannabis plants were found in a Neasden “factory” during a mid-night drugs raid.

Children in the Philippines have put Roe Green on the map by wearing centenary T-shirts sent by Kingsbury villagers.

Brent remains the borough with the highest number of coronavirus deaths in the capital.

A councillor crossed boroughs to give “exhausted” fire crews sandwiches after they tackled a blaze in Park Royal.

Armed police descended on Kilburn after a man was seen brandishing a gun.

Police have launched an investigation after a “shameless” driver ran from a hit and run on the A406.

A Kensal Green author has joined forces with a West Hampstead bookseller for a “wine o’clock” taster of his third supermarket and wine industry satire.

Barbers, hairdressers, beauty salons, vape and mobile phone shops are the businesses most likely to be breaking covid rules.

A Kenton hospice has been gifted a £1,000 grant by a local charity to buy essential personal protection equipment (PPE).

A Harlesden burglar has been jailed for six years for a string of offences in west London.

The UK’s biggest regeneration project in Old Oak Common is back on track and the mood optimistic despite uncertainty surrounding the Covid pandemic.

Soldiers from the Grenadier Guards enjoyed a hearty thank you meal from Neasden Temple’s community in recognition of their work during coronavirus testing.

A railway station that will serve a major regeneration scheme in Brent Cross has been given the go-ahead by councillors.

There have been 439 deaths from covid-19 in Brent with a rise of more than 100 since the beginning of the month.

Cleaners and porters say they were left “embarrassed” and “sad” after they were turned away from a donation of shoes for staff at Northwick Park Hospital.

Union and safety representatives in Brent have advised now is not the time to reopen schools in Brent.

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