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There is a section of the new river path that curves round at the eastern end of Woodberry Wetlands, snaking back up towards Finsbury Park, where I have seen a rat every single time I run along it for two months, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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Greenpeace volunteers were in Broadway Market and Columbia Road Market at the weekend, writes Hackney Greenpeace.

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It is an emergency, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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Today we report on parallel London-wide scandals: that of homes sitting empty across the capital, and that of the lack of adequate permanent social housing.

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I'd like to show Meg Hillier and Diane Abbott that constituents care about protecting children in conflict, write Frances Reynolds, E9, and (many) other Save the Children supporters.

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Results day: two words that strike fear into the heart of any local newspaper journalist.

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I am writing in response to your Editor's Comment piece of July 25, 2019, "Big plans to burn half our rubbish"writes Cllr Clyde Loakes, chairman, North London Waste Authority (NLWA):

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I was in Bordeaux the day before this French port city recorded its highest ever temperature (41.2C on July 23), writes Nicola Baird, Islington Green.

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Christopher Addison would turn in his grave if he could see the state of Britain's social housing sector a century after his landmark Housing Act (and if people could turn in their graves).

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In this summer heat, time slows down, writes Will McCallum, Newington Green.

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