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Published: 10 July 2008
The secret NHS talks with Virgin

Health bosses courted Branson empire in polyclinic plan

THE New Journal today reveals the first proof that Camden’s health chiefs have secretly courted private companies to run a super-size clinic at University College... > more
‘What are you scared of?
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Candlelight vigil for Ben
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OutFoxed! Estate agent’s mini caught out in exclusive location
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‘They marched, then they stayed away but will parents’ message get through?
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‘Big Brother’ set to visit ‘known gang members’

TEENAGE “gang” mem bers are to be visited in their homes by council staff and police in a bid to steer them away from knife crime.
The idea of home visits was revealed on Friday after council chiefs from both sides of the Camden and Islington border met to discuss their... > more
Polyclinics was ‘Bevan dream’ - SETTING up polyclinics will realise the dream of NHS founder Nye Bevan, according to Health Minister... > more

‘Pupils would lose third of their playground space’
- DESIGN consultants told the Town Hall that rebuilding two schools on Edith Neville’s grounds... > more

Ricky makes missing Manon his pet cause with pal Ross
- COMEDIAN Ricky Gervais has turned dog detective to track down a pup stolen while... > more

Estate puts the brakes on in clamps swoop
- NEIGHBOURS on a Chalk Farm estate resorted to guerilla tactics to defeat an “army” of parking... > more

Teen victim suffers his third mugging of 2008
- BEING mugged has been described as a rite of passage by a Hampstead teenager who has... > more

Entrapment for cop shop mice!
- THEY spend each day chasing the bad guys, but it’s not just thieves and vandals that Camden police are up... > more

The Battle of Bournemouth
- HE is the man who could be king. Well, a king of sorts. King of Bournemouth. Or Bournemouth West, to be precise. > more

Crumbling cottage at heart of planning row
- IT is in one of the most desirable roads in Hampstead, where homes command seven-figure prices. > more

English Heritage attacks ‘waste’ of town house left to lie empty
- ENGLISH Heritage’s London chief has criticised the Town Hall for allowing... > more

Cracks in paving plan for a greener London?
- IT always seemed too good to be true, but the idea of futuristic pavements which cleaned the air... > more

Playwright dedicates opening night to dad
- WRITER Amy Rosenthal raised thousands of pounds for a rare cancer charity when she hosted a... > more

Coroner rules in governor’s death
- A SCHOOL governor died after tripping at his Highgate home, a coroner’s court heard on Tuesday. > more

Superstar George’s plea for more sun
- HE once had a hit with Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me – and now pop star George Michael... > more

‘Spongers’ help raise funds
- TEACHER David Benham knew putting himself forward for the Soak the Teacher stall was a mistake when... > more

Hawley cuts red tape?
- THE Hawley Arms – the popular Camden Town pub wrecked by fire – may have seen its fortunes reversed. > more

Money pours in after a wet start at school
- THE sun made a guest appearance at Eleanor Palmer Primary School on Saturday... > more

Pupils get tuned in to opera ahead of Albert Hall show
- IF you thought the only music schoolchildren listen to features a boom-boom beat... > more

Peace message at school
- LABOUR MP Frank Dobson urged pupils to work hard and respect each other as he opened a revamped... > more

Three charged
- THREE teenagers – Juress Kika, 18, Michael Alleyne, 18, and Jade Braithwaite, 19, all from Islington – have been charged... > more




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