While I agree with others about the short time between the two flights, I just flew Norwegian into Gatwick over the Holidays from Seattle. I arrived at 7:00am and we were the only flight which meant that I blew through immigration and customs. I was seated in the front of the plane, my bag was ready for pickup after leaving immigration, and I entered the unsecure area of the south terminal within 15-20 minutes from departing the plane. It would have been longer if other flights had arrived at the same time, I was seated at the back of the plane, baggage was the last to unload, etc..
The good news is it is a five minute ride via tram from the south terminal to the north terminal. As you leave the tram and enter the north terminal proper the EasyJet check-in counters will be directly in front of you. There are A LOT of EasyJet check-in counters. Both times I was there activity was light and there were Kiosk's available for what I assume was the standard check-in for ticket/baggage tag, which would leave you just needing to drop off baggage, go through security, and walk to your gate.
The unsecured areas of both the south and north terminals I thought were small in comparison to Seattle.
Unfortunately Global Entry is only available when you ENTER the United States, but British immigration was four or five basic questions and customs was nothing more than walking through the "nothing to declare" door. If you travel to the UK frequently they do have their own version of Global Entry but based on my three trips there it is really not necessary.