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James Bolam plays Harold Wilson in the BBC2 drama ‘The Plot Against Harold Wilson’
Things to make you go coup!

Is there more than a grain of truth in Chris Mullin's story of political plot and treachery? asks Illtyd Harrington

ON page 137 of Edna Healey’s smug autobiography she recalls phone calls from her friend Anne the wife of Cecil King.
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One hot Café night
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Steve Martin

Spike's banking on this


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Royal Free Hospital

New Journal uncovers radical cuts plan to save cash

THE Royal Free Hospital is to axe nearly 500 jobs in a cost-cutting drive aimed at reducing its crippling debt.
Staff are reeling from news that jobs are on the line as the cash-strapped hospital in Pond Street, Hampstead, desperately tries to balance its books. > more

Son charged with mother’s murder - THE son of a “perfect mother” found dead in her home on Thursday morning has been charged with her murder. > more

Tories reveal details of Standards row - CONSERVATIVE councillors have revealed the details of their official complaint which has left the Town Hall’s planning... > more

'Secret' plan to cut cops - THE Metropolitan Police has ruled that Camden has too may officers and is moving manpower to other boroughs, the New Journal can reveal. > more

Murderer recorded crime in his diary - MURDER-mystery fan Mark Papazian thought he had committed the perfect crime when he bludgeoned retired English... > more

Joan and peer voice their fears over park concerts - BAFTA-winning broadcaster Joan Bakewell and life peer Lord Moser are among protesters pleading with... > more

Mein Fuhrer's £450 court bill - A DOG named Mein Fuhrer has landed his owner with a £450 bill after terrorising other pets on Hampstead Heath. > more

Cabbies' protest aims to cause traffic chaos - TAXI drivers are planning to lay siege to the Town Hall and create gridlock on roads around King’s Cross in a... > more

Killer's search for fame ends in life behind bars - A SERIAL killer who murdered four strangers – including a popular Highgate couple – “to get my 15 minutes of... > more

Murderer's family made 100 help pleas - A MENTAL health charity has warned that cries for help from Daniel Gonzalez and his family were missed before he turned... > more

Two staff suspended at community group - THE Town Hall has confirmed it is investigating a regeneration body set up to improve neighbourhoods around... > more

Judge gives day centre a last minute reprieve - AN under-threat mental health day centre has been given a stay of execution following a bitter High Court battle... > more

Families struggle for places in schools admission tussle - SCORES of families have been told not to panic after being left without a secondary school place... > more

Pub sounds last orders - A HAMPSTEAD pub has closed its doors five months after opening – after its owner branded the Town Hall’s licensing department “a joke”. > more

4,000 outpatients seen without records as retrieval system fails - MORE than 4,000 hospital outpatients were seen without medical records in January... > more

More delay for PFI wing - THE long-running saga of the Whittington Hospital’s £45 million new wing looks set to drag on as further delays to the new building were... > more

Families left dry as pipes burst - BURST pipes left scores of families without running water at the weekend and sparked a furious ‘blame game’ row between... > more

Error gives shops reprieve - A TOWN Hall blunder has granted shopkeepers in Swiss Cottage fighting for their businesses an unexpected reprieve. > more

Sporting triumph as 5,000 turn out for centre's grand opening - THE grand opening of the new Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre saw 5,000 people turn out to take... > more

'We need to rent out fields' - THE noise from corporate events held in one of Camden’s most historic squares was “intolerable” and made windows rattle... > more

These new bins are just plain rubbish - OUTSIZE rubbish bins installed in a Highgate conservation area are causing a stink with residents. > more

Albert Hall hosts the capital's biggest school concert - MORE than 3,000 children from schools across Camden packed the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday... > more

Glenda joins fight to save museum - FORMER Oscar winning actress and MP for Hampstead and Highgate Glenda Jackson has joined the fight to save... > more

Anger as play area is junked for mobile office - A PLAYGROUND has been ripped up to make way for contractors preparing to repair a Swiss Cottage council estate. > more

Café shows Starbucks the way - A CAFé is expected to open in a shop that proved too hot for coffee giant Starbucks. > more

Legal bid over 'garden morgue' - PLANS to create a mortuary within touching distance of back gardens in Tufnell Park look set to be challenged in the courts. > more

All about Rimbaud - ARTHUR Rimbaud – the French poet whose former Camden Town home is at the centre of a rescue campaign – will be the subject of a... > more
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