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Brent Central's Deborah Unger is relying on the "huge hole" full of people who want neither a left nor a right wing government to vote Liberal Democrat instead on Thursday, December 12.

Hoping to take all the leave votes in Brent North on election night is Wembley-born first-time candidate Suzie O'Brien.

Ten days before heading to the polls, 400 Hampstead and Kilburn voters grilled candidates on some of the election campaign's biggest issues at UCS Hampstead.

London mayor Sadiq Khan has branded the EU Settlement Scheme a failure as figures show almost two thirds of people in Camden have failed to register.

The Conservative candidate for Brent Central believes he can topple Labour's Dawn Butler in the upcoming General Election despite her huge 27,000 majority two years ago.

A Brent councillor has resigned after seven years representing Barnhill citing family reasons.

The Lib Dem candidate for Hampstead and Kilburn has said the party's policy to legalise cannabis could help stem youth violence and gang crime in Brent.

Brent's climate emergency declaration is nothing more than a "public relations stunt", according to a parliamentary candidate.

Questions are being asked why Brent North's Conservative parliamentary candidate has been allowed to stand after sending anti-Muslim tweets.

Campaigners in Willesden Green have accused the council of "dithering" after losing a seven-year-battle to save their much-loved pub

A government inspector has called last orders on a valued pub in Willesden Green that will now be demolished to provide housing.

Nine neighbourhoods in Brent are among the 10pc most 'deprived' in England, according to government figures.

Jo Swinson's battle bus parked up in Kensal Rise at the weekend in the hope of picking up disillusioned Labour voters.

With 27 days to go until the 2019 general election the battle is on as all parliamentary candidates have been selected for Brent Central, Brent North and the Hampstead and Kilburn constituencies.

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.

Brent Council is set to increase council tax by 3.99 per cent and could make cuts of almost £7.5 million to help balance next year's budget.

Brent North's MP pledges to hold the government's "feet to the fire" over climate change issues as he says the borough's air quality is "toxic".

Fifty members of Extinction Rebellion Brent, including a former police officer, a retired firefighter and a doctor, spent last week protesting against the government's perceived lack of action on climate change.

On one side, the world's biggest used car dealership. On the other, plans for the the biggest development in London since the 2012 Olympics.

A senior Brent councillor said the council will "continue to embrace" everyone in the borough after a nationwide report highlighted the scale of xenophobia at schools following the EU referendum.

A child abuse victim has accused the government of taking his lifeline after officers stopped his disability payments.

The leader of Brent Council has been nominated for a national award that celebrates those from ethnic minority backgrounds.

A Neasden man with severe epilepsy has been told to live on £16 a month by government welfare bosses and threatened with a court case by Brent Council over an alleged overpayment of housing benefit.

A Dudden Hill councillor has thrown his hat in the ring to become Brent's next London Assembly member.

The wife of a contaminated blood scandal victim told the ongoing public inquiry into the issue that the fallout from her husband's 30 years of illness almost led to her own suicide.

Wembley Park is to become a new council ward in Brent as the tower blocks springing up around the stadium see the population in the neighbourhood increase dramatically.

The ex-deputy headteacher of Copland Community School has had his claim for unfair dismissal struck out by a judge after almost 10 years.

A Cricklewood film-maker has made a documentary showing the final hours before another Cricklewood man, Ahmed Hussain Siddiqi, lost his home.

Dawn Butler MP has said she is "gutted" by the Labour Party results in the EU elections despite it topping the ballot in Brent.

A Czech national living in Kilburn has slammed the "administrative mess" that resulted her being denied a vote in yesterday's EU elections.

Voters will elect 73 members to represent the UK in the European Parliament on Thursday.

A Jewish LGBT charity has joined voices criticising a "harmful" open letter signed by a number of north London faith leaders - including the founder of a Dollis Hill primary school.

Navin Shah is to step down from his role serving Brent at City Hall to concentrate on projects close to his heart,

Former Brent Council housing stock bought under Right to Buy in the last two decades has been sold off into private hands for a collective profit of £176million, new figures have revealed.

The wife of a Harlesden man who was forced by the government to leave his family and return to Jamaica has spoken of the distress his "brutal" last-minute deportation caused their teenage children.

A homeless pensioner stormed the end of Brent's full council meeting after councillors had spent nearly two hours condemning austerity.

Campaigners from the Bridge Park Community Council (BPCC) met their Labour councillors at the weekend as the dispute over the proposed sell-off and redevelopment of the Bridge Park Community Leisure Centre continues.

The Convervative candidate for mayor of London has apologised to readers of the Kilburn Times offended by his historic comments linking Diwali holidays to the community becoming a "crime-riddled cesspool".

Kensal Green councillors are fighting to keep the ward from breaking up as boundary changes hit Brent.

Pupils at a Harlesden secondary school held their first parliament debate - and got a pledge from their MP that they could hold the next one at the House of Commons.

Brent North MP Barry Gardiner scolded divisive Remain and Leave campaigners in a speech before Tuesday's "meaningful vote".

All 55,000 Europeans living in Brent will have to register to settle in the UK if Brexit happens or be considered "illegal" with no rights to remain.

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