Brent councillors this week awarded themselves a 17.6 per cent pay rise - but slashed the extra allowances for people sitting on scrutiny committees.
He came top in Kilburn four years ago with a winning 2,162 votes in the local election. But in the early hours of this morning it was announced John Duffy had lost his seat, coming last with just 412.
Labour has won its biggest majority in Brent's history after a night that saw the Conservatives lose half their seats and no Lib Dems elected.
Join Nathalie Raffray and Mathilde Frot as they report the news and results as they come in live from 10.30pm at the Brent Civic Centre tonight.
Police are investigating allegations of postal fraud in Dollis Hill.
Tomorrow is May 3, when voters across London will be casting their ballots in local elections.
Brent's chief exec has issued a stern warning to election candidates after false rumours began circulating that a veteran councillor had died.
A Welsh Harp Labour councillor has launched a leadership bid against Cllr Muhammed Butt to "transform" Brent Council should she be re-elected tomorrow.
Air quality campaigners have pledged to hold all councillors to their anti-pollution promises after the May 3 election.
Brent's Liberal Democrats have pledged to fight back in next month's local election after severe losses in 2014.
A Women's Equality Party (WEP) candidate standing in Queen's Park wants everyone to know their employer's gender pay gap.
A campaigner who helped put the plight of Windrush migrants onto the national agenda is standing for election in Queen's Park.
The Green Party is hoping to win its first ever council seats in Brent with a focus on air quality.
Brent Conservatives would launch an urgent review of the Invest4Brent scheme which owns houses as far away as Hemel Hempsted and Banbury if they win control of the council in next month's elections.
People in Brent are being urged to register their vote if they have not already done so.
Brent Labour Party has launched its manifesto ahead of May's elections, as it hopes to hold onto the borough for another four-year term.
A new community centre, The Yellow, opens in Wembley Park in the heart of the Brent community. From October 1, the hub will offer a selection of arts and fitness classes, many of which will be free.
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