March 7 2014 Latest news:
A bungling armed robber who tried to hold up a bookies with a sawn-off shotgun hidden in an umbrella failed to make off with any cash and was caught by police after he took his balaclava off before he had even got to his bicycle to escape.
A judge-led public inquiry into the work of undercover police officers is to be launched following the “profoundly shocking” findings of a review into corruption in the original Stephen Lawrence murder investigation, the home secretary Theresa May has said.
A cigarette-smoking bird started a flat fire in south London last night, blaze investigators believe.
The number of children Tasered by police in London has gone up six-fold in four years, say campaigners.
More than half of the UK universities that feature in new international rankings are in London.
A floral tribute to a couple’s murdered son has been ordered to be removed by a housing association after ‘requests from other residents’.
South Londoners Nick Ford-Young and Peter Fiennes set up their musicians’ social network Meet and Jam last summer after a simple Google search revealed a gap in the market.
A ‘triage’ desk offering startups the opportunity to benefit from the collective skills of 120 business gurus has been launched.
After performing some more verbal acrobatics during ‘AskBoris’ on Monday, the Mayor of London is definitely still keeping all his options open.
Making use of spare parking spaces Anthony Eskinazi has grown ParkatmyHouse to more than 500,000 customers, connecting drivers with homes and businesses to make extra cash.