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I first discovered Camden Town, London when I was 15 years old. To me it was always the place to go for good music, the cool markets, shop fronts with giant objects (such as shoes) exploding from the walls and walking through crowds of punks and goths, to my ‘skater girl’ self, I was in my element! 396 more words
After a 12-hour debate last night, Dalston councillors voted overwhelmingly in favour of retaining the borough’s independent nuclear deterrent.
Speaking at the dispatch box for the first time as mayor, Selina Marr was asked by the council’s only SNP member whether she would ‘be prepared to press the nuclear button, you murderous Tory cow’. 357 more words
By Katherine Romig and Shawn Lynch
As you exit the tube at Camden Town, you’re immediately assaulted by the heart of the markets rows and rows of souvenir stalls and small vendors leading up the road to the Lock, the bass from Cyberdog leaking into the air, and the cacophony of overlapping voices of vendors and shoppers alike filling the street. 1,125 more words