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

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

Business Secretary Alok Sharma has warned the coronavirus pandemic is the “biggest threat our country has faced in decades”, as a further 563 people died overnight of the “invisible killer” in the UK.

A “kind, generous and very, very funny” Willesden woman who died from coronavirus was given a “joyous and heartbreaking” send off by her neighbours.

Pupils at a Harlesden secondary school have been standing apart and planting saplings while the sun shines.

NHS workers are now being tested for coronavirus at the Wembley branch of Ikea.

Brent’s enforcement teams are helping police to catch those breaking coronavirus rules including those out in groups.

Nine more people have died in Brent and the number of positive cases has leapt to 265.

Celebrities have voiced their support for NHS workers by appearing in a video alongside staff at Northwick Park Hospital.

Harlesden-based company McVities is working with the government to supply more than 100,000 packets of biscuits to the country’s most at-risk people.

How are London’s nurses coping on the front line of the war against coronavirus? More qualified to answer that than most is Sharon Bissessar, a senior regional officer for the Royal College of Nursing (RCN).

Two more people have died of coronavirus at Northwick Park Hospital’s trust.

Huge thanks to NHS staff for their tireless efforts during the coronavirus pandemic is being beamed around Wembley Park.

People across the country are encouraged to thank NHS staff by clapping their hands from their doorsteps, balconies, gardens or windows tonight.

Brent now has 192 confirmed cases of coronovirus up 50 from two days ago.

The charity backing Northwick Park Hospital has launched an appeal to direct care packs and support to staff who need it.

Disabled residents have slammed local traders in Brent who they claim are hiking prices to profiteer from the coronavirus pandemic.

A quarter of the latest coronavirus deaths were at the trust running Northwick Park Hospital.

A charity that supports over 50s from LGBTQ+ communities has launched an emergency crowdfunder so it can train volunteers to use its telefriending service during the coronavirus pandemic.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has called for young people to ditch the bravado and stay at home to protect their elders from the coronavirus outbreak.

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.

A criminal defence lawyer warns “dirty, dilapidated courts” with unsanitary rest rooms and a lack of hand sanitiser risk spreading coronavirus.

All Brent’s council-run and community run libraries have now closed to limit the spread of coronavirus.

Public Health England reports 128 people have tested positive for coronavirus (Covid-19) in Brent as numbers continue to rise.

Some of those sleeping rough in London during the coronavirus pandemic will be able to self-isolate during the crisis

Northwick Park Hospital has declared a “critical incident” due to a surge in coronavirus patients.

Seven men face time behind bars after being sentenced for their part in a shocking street brawl in Maida Vale last year. The organised violence took place on January 2 2019 and saw 20 armed people turning on each other at the junction of Harrow Road and Great Western Road, W9.

Hampstead and Kilburn MP Tulip Siddiq has launched a website to gather resources for local people as the coronavirus pandemic continues.

A pizza giant has shown its support for hospital staff during the coronavirus pandemic with a hand-delivered batch of treats.

“St Paul’s Cathedral may be closed but we’re not,” says a Kensal Green vicar as coronavirus measures sweep the capital.

Two more people have died from coronavirus in Brent bringing the total in the borough to six.

Sudbury councillors have stopped location surgeries following government coronavirus guidance but will continue to help people by phone and video.

Kilburn Park Station on the Bakerloo line has been closed by Transport for London amid changes made around the capital.

Three more people have died at Northwick Park Hospital due to coronavirus.

Police are issuing a warning that no NHS workers are knocking on doors in Brent to test for coronavirus.

A former soap star has been made an ambassador of a dementia group in Cricklewood.

Act to help homeless people during the coronavirus pandemic or “people will be sick on the streets”.

Two Brent councillors have confirmed they are self-isolating in light of the most recent guidance on the coronavirus outbreak.

People are being told to avoid, pubs, clubs, theatres and to start working from home “where they possibly can” following the first government televised press conference on the coronavirus outbreak.

Neasden Temple is now closed to all devotees and has switched to ?online worship’ only to keep in touch with its thousands of devotees.

Health officials have now confirmed 20 people in Brent have tested positive for coronavirus.

Hundreds of community support groups have been launched across the country as neighbours offer support to one another during the coronavirus outbreak.

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.


Latimer, the development arm of Clarion, the UK’s largest housing association, is inviting London residents to come and see the newly opened second show home at its copper-clad Maida Vale development, NOMA.

Cauldron Foods’ comedy night will give vegans the last laugh as Vegan comics dispel vegan myths. is the UK’s ground-breaking platform and app dedicated to streamlining the relationship between waste collectors and treatment sites.

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