May 24 2013 Latest news:
The Department for Education today gave approval for 102 new free schools across the country.
A man has been charged with 13 offences, including indecent exposure and knifepoint robbery.
Four men arrested in an operation by the Met Police’s Flying Squad have been charged with conspiracy to rob.
A number of Tube lines will be partially suspended for maintenance work this weekend, and road closures will be in place in a part of east London for a cultural festival to take place.
A charity yesterday launched a new service pairing eating disorder sufferers with someone who has recovered from a similar condition.
Five men have been arrested by police investigating organised cyber-criminals who are believed to have compromised an American Express Black Centurian charge card account and spent over half a million pounds on Rolex watches, wine, diamonds, designer luggage and dining.
A cafe owner who was assaulted by former Mayor of Camden Brian Coleman has called for him to stand down as a councillor after his conviction this morning.
Former Conservative chairman of the London Assembly Brian Coleman has performed a last-minute U-turn and pleaded guilty to assaulting a woman as his trial was due to start this morning.
The way people in Boston dealt with the deadly bombings earlier this week was “remarkable”, Prince Harry said at the London Marathon today.
The London Marathon’s charity has awarded more than £3.5million to 91 sporting projects in London and Northampton, it was announced today.
Travel around the capital this Sunday will be severely affected by the London Marathon, with closures on the Tube, Overground and suspended bus services, Transport for London (TfL) said.
A fire has ripped through a house in East Barnet, destroying the property’s roof and first floor.
Two men who died in a police pursuit have been named.
An inquest will open today after two men died following a police chase in South Tottenham.
A bankrupt stockbroker who was jailed after defrauding millions of pounds from some of Britain’s shrewdest business people was today ordered to pay a nominal £1 fee.
Cold weather and late-running engineering works led to train delays this morning.
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