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Published: 30 August 2007
UCL must not abandon its students to fund an academy

As University College London gears up to sponsor a city academy in Swiss Cottage, current student Alexandra King warns that the project could have an adverse effect on the already cash-strapped campus

MOST UCL students will probably be indifferent to the news that their... > more
A little vision is called for behind the British Library
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spacerspacer Letters
We need to keep mental health day hospitals open
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Treated as second rate?
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Footing the bill for centre that won’t meet our needs
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Cutting staff is easy – especially when you don’t have to deal with the fallout

AS the saying goes, ‘If it ain’t broke, why fix it?’
That question should find a home among the councillors on the Lib-Dem-Tory cabinet who have busied themselves in recent months pondering over economies to the nationally recognised Careline system. > more

Road is too narrow for the 393 bus
- BRIAN Fowler, like many others, has been misled by Transport for London (I like the 393, August 23). > more

Afghan hound to meet a greyhound
- ON June 14 you published my letter complaining that people were loath to part with their money while I was collecting... > more

Thanks to top station
- MY thanks to Euston station staff. On August 17 I had to go to the station to meet my sister-in-law from Watford, but got there too early... > more

Business as usual at market
- SET against a rich canalside heritage, Camden has long provided an eclectic and fascinating cultural experience for shopper... > more

Box clever?
- WHY don’t you add a small sudoku section in your journal? It is extremely helpful for elderly people. It will keep them alert and occupied... > more

A buzzer won’t bring me back to land of the living
- THERE is an old saying: “If you don’t like the plums, why do you shake my plum tree?” > more

Important questions over these diaries
- HAVING read the New Journal’s reports of the latest developments in the Salma ElSharkawy case, I am puzzled. > more

Who is responsible for health service debt?
- THE report that the Royal Free has £4.5 million of outstanding debt from private and overseas patients (Millions... > more

Model will mean high anxiety
- THE new mental health day service model for Camden I believe is detrimental to the stability of users. > more

Talks with culture department are continuing
- I WROTE to the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport a few weeks ago, seeking a meeting with... > more

Joining up the policy on homes
- THE New Journal deserves the congratulations of all Camden citizens for its campaigning journalism on Brill Place... > more

Let council build new housing
- FURTHER to your coverage of the Brill Place development, I am calling for the Labour government to change... > more

Recycling centre is unfriendly
- I COMPLETLY echo the sentiments expressed by Tom Young (Letters, August 23) regarding the misguided remodelling... > more

No one to help me
- I AGREE with Tom Young that Camden’s reorganised Regis Road recycling centre is user-unfriendly. Indeed quite threatening... > more

Hitting the vulnerable
- CONGRATULATIONS to both Ray Adamson and the New Journal for successfully securing a reprieve from Camden Council for extra... > more

Swimming baths are important
- MY family, including our two children, campaigned really hard to save the Kentish Town swimming baths. These are... > more

Swimming baths are important
- COUNCILLOR Philip Thompson has used the pages of this paper many times to defend the Lib Dems and the Tories for their... > more

Pool fight must go on
- COUNCILLOR Philip Thompson campaigned tirelessly to save the Kentish Town swimming baths and must have our gratitude... > more

Safe and enjoyable summer for young people
- IT was beyond silly for Natalie Bennett (Letters, August 23) to suggest any sort of connection between... > more

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