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Students across north London will be getting their A-level results today. Our live blog will bring you the latest results and reaction from students and schools in Barnet, Hendon, Edgware, Enfield, Harrow, Haringey, Borehamwood and Elstree.

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    concerned British citizen 3:32pm Thu 14 Aug 14

    Well all of this is wonderful to see the joy on the students faces, unfortunately the same can't be said for our son/student living in Harrow.

    After we lost our home due to racial violence Harrow Council Housing prevented my son from going to school for many months even though he was born in Harrow and lewft our family on the streets.

    They did this because we were a vulnerable family without a voice and they thought they could just batter us into the ground for speaking up about Harrow Councils deliberate failures to do anything for our family (instead they preferred to keep everything quite and misinform people who enquired on our behalf)

    We are still stuck in the single room in Harrow we managed to secure for ourselves 14 months later.

    Harrow Council are a disgrace and provide nothing for homeless families or vulnerable families in need that speak up about injustice ion Harrow.

    Our son is now struggling with school to get an education after being left without any contact or idea as to how to proceed with eductation.

    Whatever you do - avoid speaking the truth or speaking up about any Council failures if you know whats good for you as in our opinion they have a ruthless vindictive side that never forgets and they will deny you everything and run you ragged in a multitude of reviews and complaints processes but ultimately hinder you as much as they possible can.

    Pure evil, in our opinion and experience.

    Linda and John Harrow residents and their Harrow born son basically told to get out of Harrow or left to die on the streets without any help.

    Score: 1

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