April 17 2014 Latest news:
Trees planted at a World War I memorial garden in east London to mark the deaths of 18 children killed in a bombing have been stolen by vandals.
A 22-year-old woman left blind in one eye and emotionally scarred after being struck on the face with a belt on a night out has led a desperate appeal to trace her attackers.
An innocent family was caught in the midst of a suspected gun fight after two cars collided outside a primary school.
Fans of Leonardo DiCaprio were targeted by a gang of pickpockets who preyed on innocent tourists at the UK premiere of the Wolf of Wall Street in Leicester Square.
Specialist Trident officers have launched an investigation into a suspected shooting yesterday afternoon.
A man murdered the mother of his four young children when she threatened to leave him by attacking her with a hammer then dousing her in fuel and setting her on fire at their home in Walworth.
A bungling burglar stashed stolen medicine, toiletries and a pair of bolt cutters in his car, then parked it just yards away from a pharmacy he had broken into, on the same street he lived on in Croydon.
The woman murdered in Hackney on Friday has been named by police as 60-year-old Judith Nibbs of Charles Square Estate.
A woman was tasered as Trident officers arrested nine people in a midnight raid in Mitcham which saw a high-powered Skorpion machine pistol taken off London’s streets.
One of the three sisters bludgeoned in a brutal hammer attack at a Marble Arch hotel room lost an eye and has been left with ‘only five per cent brain function’ say police.