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25 Jun 2017
01:36
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Georgina Stober, 46, from Carshalton, south London, was detained at her home after extreme images and videos were allegedly backed up onto a Yahoo 'cloud'.
Georgina Stober, 46, from Carshalton, south London, was detained at her home after extreme images and videos were allegedly backed up onto a Yahoo 'cloud'.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4629788/Nurse-46-child-abuse-videos-saved-X-rate.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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25 Jun 2017
01:36
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London 'scum' explode firework onto sleeping homeless man
The three thugs walk into the underpass in London where a man is sleeping rough alone. They place the firework horribly close to the sleeping figure and leave the underpass quickly.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4632962/Scum-explode-firework-sleeping-homeless-man.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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25 Jun 2017
00:11
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Update 10:00 Evacuation of Chalcots Estate - Leader statement
LATEST 10:00 UPDATE “Hundreds of Camden Council employees, led by myself and the Chief Executive, worked right through the night to support residents from around 650 homes into alternative accommodation. This operation remains unprecedented in scale for Camden. “We have been further supported in this process by police and fire officers, the British Red Cross, and other voluntary partners. I thank all those who have played a part so far. “On the estate overnight we swiftly began work to address fire safety issues that the London Fire Brigade had identified and which led the Brigade to say late on Friday that residents should not remain in the buildings until these issues are resolved. “The concerted effort to carry out fire safety work overnight at the estate resulted in the fire service being satisfied that one of the blocks, Blashford (containing around 70 homes), did not need to be evacuated. “Two rest centres are housing a large number of residents, who have been provided with somewhere to sleep, food, drink and support. Many others were provided with hotel accommodation. “Social workers have worked to support vulnerable residents, and specialist care accommodation is available for those who need it. “Having to evacuate people from their homes is always going to be distressing for those residents, especially when we have to do it at such short notice. I know some residents are angry and upset, but I want to be very clear that Camden Council acted to protect them. Grenfell changed everything, and when told our blocks were unsafe to remain in, we acted. “We are now fully focussed on supporting our residents and their needs over the weekend and onwards.”

http://news.camden.gov.uk/evacuation-of-chalcots-estate---leader-statement/
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24 Jun 2017
22:41
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Grenfell Tower fire: Manslaughter charges could be brought over Grenfell blaze as every firm involved is reviewed
Every company involved in building or refurbishing Grenfell Tower will be scrutinised by police as officers consider manslaughter charges during the criminal probe.

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/grenfell-fire-police-consider-manslaughter-charges-as-every-company-involved-in-towers-construction-a3571586.html
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24 Jun 2017
18:36
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Post from Euston Square
Grenfell Tower fire: Bills for burnt furniture cancelled after local outrage
Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire will have payments for incinerated furniture cancelled following outrage that they were still being charged.

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/grenfell-tower-bills-for-burnt-furniture-cancelled-after-local-outrage-a3571926.html
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24 Jun 2017
12:15
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Post from Chalk Farm
Update on tower block safety checks
Media coverage this evening has compared the cladding on some of Camden's tower blocks to that alleged to have been used on Grenfell Tower in west London. In response a Camden Council spokesman said: “We have a different cladding system to Grenfell and the insulation used is made of rock wool material, which prevents fire spreading. “We also have fire resistant sealant between floors, which would stop a flat fire from spreading to neighbouring flats – as proved when a fire was contained at a flat in Taplow block in 2012. “We are doing further tests on the cladding in the lab at the Building Research Establishment at the moment and we will provide a further update once testing has been completed. “We remain ready to respond to any changes to fire safety advice following this tragic fire.”

http://news.camden.gov.uk/update-on-tower-block-safety-checks/
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24 Jun 2017
08:08
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Hotpoint fridge freezer started Grenfell Tower blaze
The Grenfell Tower fire started in a faulty fridge and insulation and tiles on the block have failed safety tests, Metropolitan Police Detective Superintendent Fiona McCormack has said.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4632232/Grenfell-Tower-insulation-tiles-FAILED-fire-tests.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490
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24 Jun 2017
08:08
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Updated 22:07 - Evacuation of Taplow block - Leader statement
22:07 UPDATE: We are evacuating residents from all five blocks, starting immediately. If you have friends or family you can stay with tonight please do so. If you do arrange to do this but need longer term accommodation please come to Swiss Cottage Leisure Centre tomorrow and we will help you find accommodation at no cost To ensure your safety we are door knocking the blocks one at a time. We are doing that in the following order: 1. Taplow 2. Burnham 3. Bray 4. Blashford 5. Dorney You will be able to get back into your block over the weekend to collect more of your possessions, however this will be under escort from the London Fire Brigade. In the meantime we recommend you pack a bag with enough items to last 2-4 weeks. 21:05 UPDATE : As a result of on-going checks the decision has been taken to decant residents from all five tower blocks at the Chalcots estate. We have council staff on site providing information and guidance to residents who are being provided with temporary accommodation. Where residents can stay with family and friends we are encouraging them to do this. But if this isn't possible we are providing temporary accommodation. Councillor Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council, said: “Camden Council is absolutely determined to ensure that our residents are safe and we have promised them that we will work with them, continue to act swiftly and be open and transparent. “Last night the Chief Executive and I led a public meeting to listen to the concerns held by residents of the Chalcots estate. Upon hearing from residents we immediately instructed a joint fire inspection with the London Fire Brigade. “Today the London Fire Brigade completed a joint inspection of the blocks with Camden Council technical experts. Together we decided that the Taplow block needs to be temporarily decanted while we undertake urgent fire safety works so that residents can be fully assured of their safety. This means that we need to move residents from their homes and into temporary accommodation. “We anticipate that these works will be completed within three to four weeks. We realise that this is hugely distressing for everyone affected and we will be doing all we can, alongside the London Fire Brigade and other authorities, to support our residents at this difficult time. The Grenfell fire changes everything – we need to do everything we can to keep residents safe. “You will appreciate that this is an emerging situation and we will be providing regular updates.” Follow @camdentalking and camden.gov.uk/news

http://news.camden.gov.uk/evacuation-of-taplow-block---leader-statement/
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24 Jun 2017
08:05
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Have your say on Euston
The Council has developed principles for a plan to guide development around and above Euston station, and we want to know what you think. Euston station is changing, with HS2 Ltd preparing for construction, and Network Rail, Crossrail 2 and Transport for London also thinking about how to design the station. A fully redeveloped station would maximise opportunities for new homes, jobs, open space and routes through and around the station. We are preparing a plan for development in the Euston station and tracks area with the Greater London Authority and Transport for London, which will both inform, and be informed by, emerging designs for the stations at Euston. Get involved We have prepared some principles to guide the plan, and want feedback on these from residents, community groups, voluntary organisations, businesses and anyone who uses the station. The overarching principle is to design Euston as a new piece of city with a world-class station, and a mix of homes (including genuinely affordable housing), economic uses, open space and cultural facilities, which knits into and reconnects existing communities and areas. The key principles that we think help to achieve this include: Best use of space An outward looking-station, fostering stronger relationships with nearby communities and places Respecting the history of Euston Designing for the future Boosting the economy Quality open space A network of healthy streets to link into the surrounding area. Read more about the principles and give us your views by 5pm on Monday 3 July. We will use your feedback to refine the principles and help shape a draft planning brief for the Euston station area, which we will consult on next year. Drop-in events You can also come along to a drop-in event to learn more and give comments: Tuesday 13 June 12.30 to 7.30pm St Pancras and Somers Town Living Centre (Francis Crick Institute) 2 Ossulston Street, NW1 1DF Wednesday 14 June 9.30am to 12.30pm Ampthill Square Tenants Hall, Barnby Street (opposite Stoutbeck), NW1 2RS Thursday 15 June 5.45 to 8.15pm HPod, Cumberland Market, Regent's Park Estate, NW1 3RH Tuesday 20 June 9am to 12 noon Surma Community Centre, 1 Robert Street, London, NW1 3JU Find out more Visit our Euston Area Plan website Sign up for updates on planning in Euston Visit our HS2 webpages.

http://news.camden.gov.uk/have-your-say-on-euston/
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24 Jun 2017
05:01
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Post from Camden Road
Bike Week 2017 events
With national Bike Week 2017 just around the corner, Camden Council is reminding residents about the events on offer this year to help promote cycling in the borough. Running from Monday 12 to Sunday 16 June 2017, each event will feature a ‘Dr Bike', free bike marking, cycle skills courses as well as practical advice and information to help you use your bike more. Monday 12 June 11am to 3pm - Great Queen Street. Pedestrian Square at junction with Drury Lane. Tuesday 13 June 11am to 3pm - Lincolns Inn Fields. Gate Street corner. Wednesday 14 June 7am to 10am - Bike Breakfast. Somers Town Community Café, Ossulston Street. This event is being run by Camden Cyclists. 11am to 3pm - Primrose Hill Bridge, Regents Park Road. Pedestrianised section. Thursday 15 June 11am to 3pm - Russell Square. South corner by Montague Street. Friday 16 June 11am to 3pm - Byng Place, north side. With the Metropolitan Police featuring Exchanging Places Sunday 18 June 11am – Camden Peripherique bike ride. 15 mile led bike ride organised by Camden Cyclists. Regents Park. Chester Road junction with the Broadwalk. Finishes at Regents Park.

http://news.camden.gov.uk/bike-week-2017-events/
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24 Jun 2017
05:01
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24 Jun 2017
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Grenfell Tower fire reaction
Commenting on Camden Council's latest reaction to the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, Cllr Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council, said: “Our thoughts remain with the victims of the tragic events at Grenfell Tower and we have offered our support to Kensington & Chelsea. In the immediate aftermath of the tragic fire at Grenfell, Camden's housing team initiated additional tower block inspections and a review of fire safety. We are ready to fully support any national investigation into materials, building standards and safety regulations. It's vital for all of London's residents who live in high-rise buildings, that we learn from investigations into what caused and exacerbated the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower. “Whilst the arrangement of the cladding and insulation used on Camden Council's buildings differs* from that at Grenfell, and a fire in one of our clad buildings in 2012 was contained, it is still understandable that this week's tragedy, and the speculation about its cause, has worried people in other high-rise buildings. “We want to do as much as we can to reassure those residents, which is why we immediately initiated extra property inspections. These include checks of exterior cladding, and an overall review of the fire safety of our buildings. This is in addition to the ongoing programme of Fire Risk Assessments that all housing blocks on our estates are subject to. "Camden Council believes in public housing and we invest in it. We are determined to continue to ensure that our existing housing and our new developments are not only safe, but of high quality. We believe that local authorities are best at delivering solutions at a local level and this is our message to the Government. “We value our relationship with our residents and the Council has met with residents' associations and written to residents who live in our tower blocks to let them know we are carrying out these checks. This engagement work will continue and we'll do everything we can to keep concerned residents informed as our safety review progresses. “The council also continues to work closely with our local MPs and key partners and with the London Fire Brigade to ensure that fire safety procedures continue to meet the latest advice and guidance for all properties. We stand ready to respond to any changes to fire safety advice following investigations into this tragic fire.” *The design of the Camden cladding differs, using a vertically fixed panel system, rather than the horizontally fixed cassette system used at Grenfell. Previous statement made by Cllr Georgia Gould, Leader of Camden Council, on June 14: “Our deepest sympathies go out to all those involved and affected by the fire at Grenfell Tower in west London, and particularly to the families and friends of those who have lost their lives in this tragedy. London's emergency services have done their utmost to tackle an incredibly challenging situation and I want to thank them for their dedicated and brave actions. “We are on standby to provide support, such as temporary housing, to Kensington and Chelsea Council and are liaising with the Royal Free Hospital to ensure casualties have assistance in place when they are ready to leave hospital. “Anyone who has concerns about friends or relatives at Grenfell Tower should contact the Police emergency telephone number on: 0800 0961 233. “If you would like to donate clothes, blankets etc. to support the victims there is a collection at NW5 Project, The Hut, Islip St until 6pm today. The Kensington and Chelsea Foundation have also set up a 'Grenfell Tower Appeal' for donations at www.thekandcfoundation.com/donate." Simon Tuhill, Camden Borough Commander at London Fire Brigade: “The London Fire Brigade have been responding to the major fire at Grenfell Tower in Kensington. “I want to reassure Camden residents that we remain on standby to keep them safe. In the event of a fire, please ring 999 as normal – we are here and ready to respond.” Cllr Gould added: “Camden Council has robust fire policies and procedures in place for our properties. Our Housing and Property Officers work closely with the London Fire Brigade and our partners to ensure they reflect the latest fire safety guidance." On Wednesday (14th) afternoon, the Leader and Councillor Pat Callaghan, Cabinet Member for Housing wrote to Camden District Management Committees and Tenant and Resident Associations to confirm additional fire safety checks will be made on council housing blocks. Read the full letter.

http://news.camden.gov.uk/camden-council-leader-sends-deepest-sympathies-to-those-affected-by-the-grenfell-tower-fire-in-west-london/
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24 Jun 2017
03:48
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'Just calm down': Sadiq Khan in angry row with Conservative over Palestine march policing
Sadiq Khan was embroiled an extraordinary row at City Hall as he was grilled by a Tory assembly member about a march where Hezbollah flags were seen.

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/just-calm-down-sadiq-khan-in-angry-row-with-conservative-over-palestine-march-policing-a3572256.html
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LDNnews
24 Jun 2017
01:16
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Post from Euston
Woman who spat at and punched rail worker in 'disgusting' racist attack at Euston station is jailed
Toni Pottle said the staff member was "lucky it wasn't an uppercut, I'm from the endz"

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/crime/woman-who-spat-at-and-punched-rail-worker-in-disgusting-racist-attack-at-euston-station-is-jailed-a3571996.html
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23 Jun 2017
19:55
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Post from Camden Town
Statement from Borough Fire Commander on fire safety work at the Chalcots Estate
Statement from Borough Fire Commander on fire safety work at the Chalcots Estate

http://news.camden.gov.uk/statement-from-borough-fire-commander-on-fire-safety-work-at-the-chalcots-estate/

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Euston

London Euston is the southern terminus of the West Coast Main Line - serving Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow.

Euston was the first inter-city railway station in London. It opened on 20 July 1837 as the terminus of the London and Birmingham Railway.

The site was selected in the early 1830s by George and Robert Stephenson, engineers of the London and Birmingham Railway. The area was then mostly farmland at the edge of the expanding city of London. The station was named after Euston Hall in Suffolk, the ancestral home of the Dukes of Grafton, who were the main landowners in the area.

Objections to the station by local farmers meant that, when the Act authorising construction of the line was passed in 1833, the terminus was relocated to Chalk Farm. However, these objections were overcome, and in 1835 an Act authorising construction of the station at its originally planned site was passed, and construction went ahead.

The original station was built by William Cubitt. It was designed by the classically trained architect Philip Hardwick and initially it had only two platforms, one for departures and one for arrivals. Also designed by Hardwick was a 72 foot-high Doric propylaeum, the largest ever built, erected at the entrance as a portico and which became known as the Euston Arch.

The station grew rapidly over the following years as traffic increased. It was greatly expanded in the 1840s, with the opening in 1849 of the spectacular Great Hall, designed by Hardwick's son Philip Charles Hardwick in classical style.

In the early 1960s it was decided that a larger station was required. Because of the restricted layout of track and tunnels at the northern end, enlargement could be accomplished only by expanding southwards over the area occupied by the Great Hall and the Arch. Amid much public outcry, the station building including the Arch was demolished in 1961-2 and replaced by a new building. Its opening in 1968 followed the electrification of the West Coast Main Line.

A few remnants of the older station remain: two Portland stone entrance lodges and a war memorial. A statue of Robert Stephenson by Carlo Marochetti, previously in the old ticket hall, stands in the forecourt.

On 12 May 1907 the City and South London Railway (C&SLR, now the Bank branch of the Northern Line) opened a station at Euston as the terminus of a new extension from its existing station at Angel.


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