News Graham Badman wrote a report on Baby P but another case of neglect later occurred on his watch

The man who commissioned second report into the case of Baby P is facing questions tonight over his role as chair of Haringey’s Local Safeguarding Children’s Board after apologising for yet another child abuse case in the London borough.

Jason Owen was jailed over the death of Baby P

Baby P man back in jail for breaching jail terms

A man jailed for his role in the death of Baby P has been recalled to prison after breaching his bail conditions, sources said today.

Peter Connelly, whose death has prompted an increase in care proceedings

Baby P social workers lose appeal over dismissal

Two of Baby P's social workers have lost an appeal against an employment tribunal ruling that they were fairly sacked in the wake of the public outcry over the toddler's death.

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Baby P council foster carer left toddler on bus

Haringey council - criticised over the 2007 death of Peter Connelly - launch probe into how child was left in buggy on Enfield bus

Tottenham v Arsenal: The best north London derbies

Tottenham host Arsenal this Sunday in the Premier League with both teams desperate for a win.

'Lost' Banksy is withdrawn from auction

Mystery deepens over work that disappeared from Poundland wall

The artwork on the side of a Poundland shop on the corner of Whymark Avenue, Wood Green appeared before the Queen's Diamond Jubilee last year and had since become a tourist attraction

Arts Council unable to prevent Banksy Poundland mural from being sold overseas

Arts Council England has said it is unable to intervene in the sale of a Banksy mural removed from a wall in North London over the weekend.

Hilary Benn, the shadow Communities Secretary said: “All over the country, people on very low incomes will be asked to pay sums of money they simply cannot afford, just like the hated poll tax.”

Controversial plans to force millions of low income families to pay more council tax will be tested in court

Controversial plans to force millions of low income families to pay more in council tax from April are to be tested in the courts, it emerged today.

A view of Tottenham stadium White Hart Lane

New stadium crucial to Tottenham ambitions says former captain Ledley King

Spurs looking to build 56,000-seat arena to replace White Hart Lane

Chalk Talk: You don't have to be angry to join the NUT, but it helps

Unions, it is sometimes said, are a broad church, made up of members with a vastly differing array of opinions.

Rafael van der Vaart is a big fan of his on-loan team-mate Emmanuel Adebayor

Emmanuel Adebayor must stay at Tottenham declares Rafael Van der Vaart

Rafael van der Vaart has urged Tottenham to sign Emmanuel Adebayor on a permanent basis. Adebayor, who is on a season-long loan from Manchester City, scored twice on Sunday to inspire Tottenham to a battling 3-1 win over Swansea City, their first Premier League victory in six attempts.

Michael Kiwanuka says he feels lucky to have 'got his foot in the door' of the industry

Michael Kiwanuka: Britain's Otis Redding is ready for the big time

Voted the BBC's Sound of 2012, his breakthrough came with supporting Adele on tour. But the release of his first album is the real litmus test

Special measures school head quits

The headteacher of a school resisting academy status has resigned after it was placed in special measures.

Head teacher of school resisting academy status steps down

The head teacher of a school resisting academy status has resigned after it was placed in special measures.

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