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A man has been tested for Ebola in the UK the Department of Health confirmed.
A Kate Middleton look-a-like was over run by fans as she read the Gazette in a photo shoot for Prince George’s birthday.
Get more booze buses on the road and double the fine for being drunk in public says a new report, as figures show alcohol-related incidents cost London’s emergency service £60million-a-year.
We all know that London is the political, financial, cultural and sporting capital of the England but it was revealed this week that it has a less welcome title - Sexually Transmitted Infection (STI) capital of England.
An Archway woman left brain damaged after having to wait more than 100 minutes for an ambulance has been awarded a compensation package worth £5million.
Despite our unfriendly reputation, more people in London have signed up to donate their stem cells than in any other part of Britain.
A vegetarian restaurant in Wembley has been closed down after it was found to be overrun with cockroaches.
A surgeon at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel has become the first to live stream an operation across the globe using a pair of Google glasses.
The bungling junior surgeon who removed a pregnant woman’s ovary instead of her appendix at a hospital in Romford has been allowed to keep his job.
A group of more than 20 UK music festivals has banned the sale of “legal highs” and will take part in a “digital blackout” on Monday to highlight the danger of taking the drugs.
A petition for TfL to make ‘invisible disability’ badges for the Tube that mimic their iconic ‘baby on board’ ones has received an outpouring of personal messages and support.
The Mayor of London has been accused of complacency for his call for “a sense of proportion” over high air pollution levels in the capital.
Pollution levels have hit level 9 this morning in London and the South East as a perfect storm of Sahara dust, emissions from Europe and domestic dirt plague the UK.
Millions of people with health problems have been warned not to overdo it as much of the UK continues to experience high levels of pollution.
Thousands of homes in north west and east London are to be built as part of regeneration plans revealed today in the Budget.
Scientists have developed a new blood test that could detect whether or not a person will develop dementia within three years.
A 12-year-old boy who was fed nine litres of goat’s milk a day has been taken away from his mother after a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.
Seriously ill patients are being sent to a Premier Inn as a north London hospital uses budget hotel beds to free up space on wards.
A pregnant north London mother claims she almost miscarried due to malnutrition because she is unable to cook in her council flat kitchen in Finsbury Park.
The health benefits of riding Boris bikes outweigh the hazards, a new study has found.
Women at a London abortion clinic were shocked to be told they were more likely to sexually abuse children if they had a termination.
Women who take Britain’s most popular contraceptive pills are being warned they risk potentially life-threatening blood clots.
A mentally-ill woman has given birth to a baby boy after a High Court judge ruled doctors at the Royal Free London NHS Trust should perform an urgent caesarean section.
A 10-year-old east London girl who was injected with glue by accident at Great Ormond Street Hospital has won a multimillion-pound payout after she was left permanently brain-damaged.
E-cigarettes can be bought for a few pounds and have been hailed as a revolutionary weapon in the fight against smoking, delivering a nicotine hit without the harmful toxins found in tobacco.
The founder of a nationalist group that staged ‘Christian patrols’ on Brick Lane and invaded the East London Mosque has resigned and rejected his past behaviour.
A woman could have drowned when she was trapped under her bike after two youths pushed her into a canal.
During these sultry July afternoons and endless balmy evenings the nervous musings of young comedians in London drift to dreams of triumph on the Edinburgh stage.
If you’ve been wandering around bereft of purpose, a wet-eyed stare fixed on your blank face, then no doubt you too are as gutted as I am that The Drowned Man has finally come to an end.
We’ve been called P.I.G.S.