In September, Barnet’s Labour leader has welcomed the party’s adoption of the internationally accepted definition of anti-Semitism – but warned there was a long way to go to rebuild trust with the Jewish community.

Cllr Barry Rawlings sai d he was gla d Labour decided to adopt the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’ s (IHRA) definition of anti-Semitism at a meeting in August.

A woman was living in a nightmare after food waste was left to rot in bins below her home.

Bea Buck, 49, of High Road, Finchley, said staff at KFC in High Road have been dumping food waste in bins near her home in Percy Road.

Workers at the chicken restaurant stopped using their bins behind their restaurant due to waste management firm, Biffa having difficulties in getting them emptied.

Detectives are investigating whether an incident in which a car hit pedestrians outside a mosque was an anti-Muslim attack.

Three people were struck by the vehicle outside the Al-Majlis AlHussaini Islamic centre in Cricklewood, north-west London, as it sped away following a row.

Two men in their 20s suffered minor injuries, and a man in his 50s is in hospital with a serious leg injury.

A grandmother felt “sick and stupid” after she was conned out of her credit card by a ‘traffic warden’ and a man pretending to be helpful.

Jane Thorne, 71, while outside Shore Pharmacy spotted a traffic warden taking a photo of her husband’s parked car – and another man approached her warning her she might get a fine. The ‘helpful’ man showed her the cash machine near the pharmacy and told her she could get a parking ticket from there, it wasn’t long before the man made off with her card and details along with the so-called traffic warden – his partner in crime.