March 12 2014 Latest news:
Plans to introduce trains capable of driverless operation on to the Tube network have met with anger and incredulity from unions whose members would be affected.
A burglar who brutally stabbed a pensioner 22 times when he was caught snooping around the 73-year-old’s south west London house was today convicted of murder.
A London council is spending £25,000 on lighting up park paths by using a glow-in-the-dark coating instead of floodlighting.
QPR forward Loic Remy, who is on a season long loan at Newcastle, will face no further action after he was arrested over rape claims.
Dangerous conditions on the Thames caused by recent severe weather and flooding have sparked warnings to rowers from the RNLI.
TfL has released a round-up of which lines will be running when the second Tube strike in a week starts at 9.30pm on Tuesday night, with services across the network affected.
A 48-hour Tube strike - the first of two over plans to close ticket offices across the London Underground network - ends around 9pm this evening, but Transport for London does not expect normal service to resume until tomorrow morning.
See below for which trains are running on Thursday during the Tube strike in London.
UPDATE: Find out which Tubes are running on Thursday morning.
The Tube strikes are getting underway across London tonight, grinding the capital’s transport network to a halt, but people are divided over whether the unions are right to stage the 48-hour walkout.
The cream of the Premier League were among plenty of famous faces at last night’s NBA game between the Brooklyn Nets and Atlanta Hawks at London’s O2 arena.