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The treatment of the Markaz is one of the greatest stains on the reputation of Barnet
If the Markaz choose to walk away because of the cost of the delays and their appalling treatment by the Council, no one could blame them.
We must put a stop to modern slavery in Barnet and across the world
Ishaan Shah calls on Barnet Council to address the root causes of modern slavery
Barnet Early Years Alliance continues to fight for its survival
Barnet’s Maintained Nursery Schools (MNS) continue to thrive and be pioneering in their approach in spite of ongoing challenges.
The vulnerable have scant legal protection
Caroline Walton's 92-year-old mother is facing eviction from the residential care home she has lived in for the last six years
Taking notice and connecting
In this month's Barnet wellbeing column Rory Cooper says life in lockdown can feel like Groundhog Day.
Local blogger on animal welfare and women's rights
Local blogger is up for Animal Star Award and shares her experiences as UN Women UK Delegate for the Commission on the Status of Women
A note from the editor
I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to edit Barnet Post
Making connections that matter
Ruth, a befriender for Age UK Barnet, reflects on her experiences.