Campaigners condemn council after library is emptied at night
Books and furniture are stripped from Kensal Rise library, which residents are campaigning to keep open
Campaigners fighting the closure of a London library opened by Mark Twain in 1900 have accused the Brent council leader of betrayal after the library was stripped of books and other property in the middle of the night.
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