In November, Harrow Police bust three men and seized a large quantity of Class A drugs with a street value of £30,000.

Drugs including a large quantity of heroin, cocaine, over a kilo of cannabis and ammunition were found at an address in Orchard Grove.

Councillor Krishna Suresh commended the police for their swift and urgent action.

Also in November, Harrow will benefit from hundreds of new council homes after it was awarded a £32 million grant by the Mayor of London.

Harrow Council was awarded the 11th-highest amount of funding in the capital, which will help build 618 homes in the borough.

A flat fire in which an 81-year-old woman died was caused by petrol being poured throughout the property.

The body of Ratna Alexander was discovered by the London Fire Brigade at a block of flats on Willow Court.

Detectives investigating the incident said the fire was not caused by a gas explosion as first thought.

Harrow fell silent on Remembrance Sunday to mark one hundred years since the end of the First World War.

Community members and armed forces representatives turned out in droves to pay respects to those who gave their lives.

The annual parade left St Anns before heading to Harrow Civic Centre and war memorial.