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Congestion Zones

by | 20th, October 2003

‘IT was once hard to be a fascist in north London. The most culturally diverse part of Britain was a liberal melting pot of colours, creeds and religions. But no more.

Meanwhile, over in the Z Zone…

Just one look at OK! tells us that things have changed and the best bits of north London now have red carpets where tarmac once lay, photo-me-booths manned by members of the paparazzi and A to Z Zones.

The A Zone stretches from Regent’s Park to Primrose Hill, taking in bits of St John’s Wood and fringes of Hampstead.

It’s home to Jude Law, who is seen playing football in Primrose Hill with children Iris, Finlay and Rudy. Of course, this being OK!, the kickabout becomes “Jude showed some impressive footwork and young Finlay showed some savvy moves of

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