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Published: 14 August 2008

Patients in need of ‘wonder drugs’ face months of delays

CANCER patients with rare forms of the disease are being denied crucial treatment because hospitals fear they will be fined for using expensive drugs. > more
‘Parting shot’ sends out wrong message to parents
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Solicitor confident of High Court win for Academy campaign pair
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Olympics ace Tyrone was a fast learner!
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It’s a real feat for FA Cup new boys
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Schools row turns sour

Parents fear smear campaign after official’s discrimination claim

GOVERNORS fighting council plans to build two schools on the same site fear they could become victims of a smear campaign after a senior civil servant made... > more
Lib Dem’s crime pledge is undermined by ‘gaffe’ - THE Liberal Democrats have been accused of a major political blunder after senior party figures... > more

Family in search for truth about carpenter found dead in street
- THE family of a carpenter who died after collapsing in the street say their search... > more

Bishop, the ‘gentle dog’ freed with a tag
- WITH an expensive bark but a toothless bite, the struggle to tackle dangerous dogs on Camden’s... > more

‘Sunny’ student killed himself after discharge
- AN art student with a history of mental illness killed himself less than a week after doctors... > more

Cyclists face clamping for parking their bikes by railings
- EVERY day they face urban hazards including bicycle thieves, vandals and bendy buses... > more

Violin teacher leaves £2m house to National Trust
- THE National Trust are set to receive a multi-million-pound windfall thanks to the generosity... > more

Court steps ‘drug arrest’ drama as mass Asbo battle continues
- A MEMBER of the alleged TMS gang was arrested on the court steps as the... > more

Happy ending as book is revived for big screen
- IT’S a long-forgotten novel that tells the story of a prim governess called Miss Pettigrew and... > more

No gas supply for 25 years, but payment demands kept on coming
- WHEN Terence MacManus got a letter from British Gas warning him he was... > more

Labour’s old warhorse Foot takes on the developers
- FORMER Labour Party leader Michael Foot fears his “peace and privacy” is at stake... > more

Victim’s family ask to see murder investigation files
- THE family of a man knifed to death in Camden Town six years ago are to ask the Crown... > more

Popcorn kicks the bucket at top cinemas
- SWEET or salty? Large or small? Popcorn has always been a divisive snack – but now it appears... > more

‘Looting’ scandal: no sackings, no charges
- THE Town Hall has been accused of a whitewash after a scandal in which the homes of the... > more

Man on a mission with a congregation of millions
- HIS congregation numbers in the millions each year, his place of worship is the size of a small town... > more

Protest at threat to ‘sanctuary’
- A PROPERTY developer has vowed to fence off a communal courtyard in a King’s Cross council estate... > more

Round the clock bid for therapy
- A “NEW-age” therapy centre in Camden Market will learn next week whether it can stay open for 24 hours a day. > more

One life, one great night out!
- A MUSICAL extravaganza aimed at uniting young people from rival postcodes was hailed a success after... > more




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