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Revealed: How busy is your councillor in solving local issues?

The amount of queries ranges from hundreds for the council leader to just a handful for nearly a quarter of councillors

Two-year-old boy left fighting for life after collision with car in Brent

A two-year-old boy and his grandfather were involved in a collision with a Ford Focus on Friday (August 26) leaving the child fighting for his life

Woman assaulted outside Soho bar after challenging man who 'racially insulted friend'

A woman was struck over the back of the head after she challenged a man who is believed to have racially insulted her friend, who is black

Driver found guilty after two-year-old died in Wembley car park collision at Asda

Hoden Aden told police she thought she'd struck a trolley but two-year-old Fahima Hassan died following the collision in Asda car park

Hillingdon Council pays millions to recycling giants Powerday - despite taking legal action against it

Hillingdon Council has been criticised for having a multi-million-pound contract with a recycling company to which it has denied planning permission

Woman dead after being hit by HGV in Southall

Uxbridge Road, The Broadway in Southall is closed both ways as police investigate the death

Council leader fears 'punishment' for refusing to back NHS plans to reform Ealing and Charing Cross Hospitals

Ealing and Hammersmith and Fulham Councils have refused to sign up to plans to reduce acute hospitals from nine to five in north west London

Video released of potential suspect in unsolved Yiewsley rape case

A 27-year-old woman was attacked and raped in an alley in Yiewsley in 2013 and police have launched a fresh appeal to find the man responsible

Eight-week closure for busy Southall road while engineers fix faulty pipe

A pipe in a Southall road stretching almost a mile requires repair due to corrosion - meaning engineers will need to be on site for nearly two months

Victim speaks out after conmen distract her and steal handbag Ickenham

A victim of a distraction theft has spoken out after two men pretended to help her with  car and then stole her handbag

Teen admits knife attacks during Hyde Park water fight unrest

Joshua Clements from Shepherd's Bush pleaded guilty to a litany of offences carried out after a water fight turned ugly

Rapist claimed to be Chelsea striker Loic Remy before attacking victim he met in Hillingdon bar

Andrew Robinson from Wembley told his victim he was Blues player Loic Remy before raping her in her Pinner home

Derelict former community centre in Feltham goes up in flames for second time in six months

More than 20 firefighters spent over an hour tackling the latest blaze on Wednesday evening

Heathrow border guards seize cocaine worth £140,000 found hidden in rucksack

A 39-year-old Czech woman has been charged with importing a Class A drug

Police arrest naked man who smeared car with human faeces in South Acton

Police tweeted to say officers had been called after the nude man apparently covered a parked car in human excrement

Shepherd's Bush flat fire was caused by 'tumble dryer needing repair'

London Fire Brigade has warned people not to use tumble dryers awaiting repair after firefighters believe this was the cause of a flat fire

Hayes students scoops prestigious award from University of Greenwich

Glady Ojera lives in Hayes and attended Bishop Ramsey school and was 'delighted' to have her achievements noticed by her university

Eye-catching new £10m 'spinal cord' Thames bridge would connect Brentford town centre with Kew Gardens

The proposed crossing, upstream of Kew Bridge, would cost an estimated £10m to build

Boy, 13, robbed at knifepoint on Tube at Oxford Circus after asking man for directions

Detectives want to speak to the man pictured in connection with the robbery, which they said had left the 13-year-old 'shaken and traumatised'

Proms violinist says return of 300-year-old instrument has 'restored faith in humanity'

Jane Gordon was reunited with the missing violin days before she is due to play at The Proms at the Royal Albert Hall

Notting Hill Carnival: What do residents REALLY think of the carnival?

We asked people what they thought of the carnival after a study revealed 90% of residents living in the area were not fans

Council leader visits Calais refugee camp and says 'we will not look the other way'

Stephen Cowan was speaking as Hammersmith & Fulham prepares to take on at least 10 young refugees displaced from the war-torn country

Jubilee Line Night Tube date announced as plans for extension stay on track

Now the Victoria and Central line Night Tube has officially launched, the dates for the Jubilee line have been announced

Learn more about plans for outpatient services at St Mary's Hospital to be provided in brand new building

Public exhibitions to allow members of the public to see the plans will be held in September

Families dress up in outfits from yesteryear as Georgian age returns to Kensington Palace

The annual Queen Caroline’s Garden Party saw visitors learn about the Georgian court, dress up in clothes from the age and watch duelling swordsmen

Drugs and imitation firearm found as police swoop on suspected gang members in Harrow

The raids come after shots were fired at police officers amid 'increased tension' between gangs in the borough

Four flee home gutted by fire in Chelsea

The occupants fled the building before fire crews arrived to fight the flames

DNA tests to be used to protect ambulance staff who are SPAT ON in London

Ambulance staff in the capital were physically assaulted more than 400 times last year

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'Wear what you want' beach party protest outside French embassy against burkini ban

Crime and Punishment to Harry Potter – the eight best books to read while locked in a Met Police cell

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