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In a further blow to the Brent community Barnet councillors gave the green light for a rubbish dump on the borough borders.

The plan for Brent Cross to rival the two Westfield shopping centres seems to be dead, overtaken by Brexit uncertainty, higher costs and on-line shopping (Times, July 26), writes John Cox, Chelsea Close, Harlesden.

Campaigners in Brent are “delighted” that developers have delayed the expansion of the Brent Cross Shopping Centre.

Local politicians are backing campaigners who say Brent Cross West Thameslink station won’t be accessible enough for disabled people under current plans.

Campaigners against the Cricklewood rail super-hub have been left disappointed after Sadiq Khan refused to intervene.

A circus lorry trailer has caught fire in a car park in Brent Cross.

Brent councillors are demanding a public inquiry following Barnet’s green light for a rail “super-hub” in the face of huge opposition.

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