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By a large majority the people of Brent voted to remain in the European Union in the 2016 advisory referendum (60 per cent versus 40pc).

Barry Gardiner, the Labour MP for Brent North, is a “representative” in Brent and his priority should be to look after the interests of Brent residents.

Today sees Willesden Green voters finally make it to the polls, after the ward’s election was postponed in May after the death of former Brent Mayor Cllr Lesley Jones.

A man gunned down outside Queensbury Tube station last night has been named locally as Leon Reid.

Students across Brent have won promises of council action on low wages and safety in public areas, including a study of whether to install lighting in a Harlesden park.

Activists and councillors across three boroughs took to the streets of Cricklewood to persuade businesses to clean up their shop fronts.

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