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Wembley headteacher accused of punishing kids who can't afford lunch by putting them in isolation

Katharine Birbalsingh, who is the headmistress of Michaela Community School, has found herself in a row over school dinners

Brent woman receives suspended sentence for using stolen disabled blue parking badge

Sahra Elmi Yusef pleaded guilty at Hendon Magistrates' Court to using the stolen badge and was almost sent to jail

Harrow and Brent schools first to roll out Political Literacy course in wake of Brexit

The course, which is certified by AQA, aims to encourage young people to become engaged in politics after the EU referendum

Man in hospital with head injury after Wembley fight

The man, believed to be aged around 30, was found in Ealing Road on Thursday (July 28) morning

Raid in Wembley uncovers THIRTY-ONE people living in a four-bedroom house

The only woman in the household was living in an unlit, unheated and rat-infested shack in the garden

Here's what to expect from London's biggest pizza festival MySliceFest at Wembley

getwestlondon spoke to the innovative pizza companies and vendors who'll be selling pizza by the delicious slice

London Mela is saved as it gets a new home for 2016

Organisers have change of heart as London Mela is set to go ahead despite being cancelled earlier this year

Revamped Greyhound Pub re-opens in Wembley after £400,000 refurbishment

The pub has now been renamed The Arch and has been turned into a bar and restaurant as a result of Heinken UK's investment

University of West London graduates celebrate by taking to stands of Wembley Stadium

Did you or your friends make our gallery of photos from the university's graduation ceremonies?

Rogue landlord in Wembley jailed for claiming his tenants were illegal squatters

Rehan Sheikh was sentenced to four months in prison and ordered to pay compensation totalling £11,000 to the evicted tenants

New tenants move into the first council homes built in Brent for 30 years

The homes were built as part of Brent Council's new homes programmes which aims to build 700 houses by 2019

Next Summer Sale: When is it and what time do west London stores open?

Clothes, homeware and more are set to have prices cut from Friday - sop don't miss your chance to grab a summer bargain

What's going on in west London this weekend, including the annual London Vegan Beer Festival!

A mouth-watering vegan beer and food festival is coming to west London this weekend, along with a host of other activities and events

Man hit by police car outside Wembley Stadium is in 'critical condition' as witnesses sought

The 40-year-old man suffered a fractured skull and a broken leg when he was hit in the early hours of July 10

Detectives appeal for witnesses to come forward after woman is raped in Wembley

The horrific incident was reported at around 8pm on Sunday and police are investigating

Beyonce Formation World Tour: Best fan photos from Wembley Stadium concerts

The queen of the charts came to Wembley Stadium with her incredible Formation World Tour; here are YOUR best photos from the show

Beyonce Formation tour: What time do doors open and Wembley concert start time

One of the biggest singers in the world comes to London - find out when doors open and when the icon takes to the stage

Beyonce at Wembley: What can you expect from Formation tour gig at Wembley Stadium?

The queen of the charts makes her hotly anticipated return to the capital – but what can anticipating fans who have got tickets look forward to?

Six great places in west London to go for a milkshake

If you fancy cooling down this summer, why not head to one of these great diners and cafés for a refreshing milkshake?

Man jailed for storing £150,000 of drugs and shotgun in his Acton off-licence

Mohammud Chowdari used his premises at Grapvines off-licence to store cocaine, cannabis and a shotgun

Plan for Crossrail link to Wembley and Old Oak Common welcomed by council

The call for a Crossrail link comes from a Local Plan consultation that will be out later in the year

Transport for London unveils new bus priority scheme at Brent Park

The 206 route was re-routed on June 18 and the new scheme will ensure the bus route can run direct from Drury Lane to Brentfield Road

Comedian's tube trek reaches Kensington on World Refugee Day in aid of charity

Ben Van der Velde is walking to every London tube station in aid of charity Refugee Council

Fire stations across west London to celebrate 150 years of the Brigade

Fire rescue demonstrations and a chance to meet your local firefighters are among the fun-packed family days being held across west London

Twickenham Stadium officially the best venue in the world

The stadium was named 'venue of the year' in the Stadium Business Awards

Meet the man planning to run 20,000 central London roads this year

Costin Boldisor got bored running the same routes every week, so he set himself an unusual challenge

Severe weather warning for west London could cause flash flooding one week after North Harrow Station was closed

Flash floods could return to west London as weather forecaster explains why some areas have been hit by downpours while others have remained dry

Fox startles Wembley resident into calling police after finding it on her bed

The wild animal terrified the woman, who called Metropolitan Police officers out of fear

Court appearance for man charged in connection to armed robberies at bookmakers in Wembley and Harrow

Darren Maunder has been charged with five counts of robbery and four counts of possession of a firearm after handing himself into police


Wembley is part of the London Borough of Brent and today is one of the most ethnically diverse districts in the country. The prime landmark is Wembley Stadium, rebuilt 2003-2007 at a cost of £827-million, and Wembley Arena, a concert venue built in 1934.

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