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As the weather improves, more of us relax outdoors and you can feel the true diversity of the borough.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

Recently I was on the Tube to Westminster when I was made to feel extremely uncomfortable.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

As a Member of Parliament, my absolute priority is to campaign for the security of residents. As such, I have been particularly shocked by recent assaults and muggings in Queen's Park and Kensal Rise.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

With knife crime up 52 per cent, robbery up 59pc and gun crime up 30pc London is unfortunately becoming a dangerous and lawless city, with Brent having one of the highest crime rates.

Last year you published an article about the call, by Wembley History Society, for Brent Council and Quintain Ltd to put the tile murals on the walls of the Bobby Moore Bridge subway at Wembley Park back on public display (Times), writes Philip Grant, address supplied.

I recently visited the mother of a young man stabbed on the streets of Brent.

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Following years of hard work by the Harlesden Neighbourhood Forum, both the London Borough of Brent and the Mayor of London's Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation in late March agreed to send the draft Harlesden Neighbourhood Plan to a vote in a local referendum.

Like most of us, I am appalled by the violent crime epidemic sweeping the country.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in from Times' readers this week.

The police are struggling to cope with years of cuts and underfunding from this Conservative government and we have seen rising levels of violent crime since.

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It has been a relentless few months in Parliament, with each day bringing a new raft of votes on the fundamental questions of Brexit.

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