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The Times series is a group of north London newspapers published weekly by Newsquest in the London Borough of Barnet and surroundings. The series includes the Barnet & Potters Bar Times, Edgware & Mill Hill Times and the Hendon & Finchley Times. The newspapers are mostly distributed free with a small amount sold. The total readership of the four titles as of October 2014 was 72,707. [1]

In 2013, the Times claimed to have been banned from reporting on the matches of Barnet Football Club. [2]

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  1. "Readers", Barnet & Potters Bar Times, 30 July 2015.
  2. "North London's Times Series hit by 24-hour football ground ban - Journalism News from HoldtheFrontPage".