December 11 2013 Latest news:
Tower Bridge is likely to remain closed in both directions until at least 7.30pm following a serious incident involving a pedstrian and a motorcyclist.
Muslim campaigners against the drinking and selling of alcohol are to march through Brick Lane this Friday in protest at the practice they claim is “sinful” under Islamic law.
Former world heavyweight champion boxer and convicted rapist Mike Tyson has been forced to scrap appearances in London after discovering he is banned from entering the UK.
Tube disruption on Boxing Day has been avoided, with drivers being offered a £350 bonus for working the festive Bank Holiday.
In past years.
Detectives investigating the murder of teenager Joshua Folkes in Palmers Green have made a fourth arrest, the Met has confirmed.
An e-fit has been relased of a man officers in the City would like to speak to in relation to the assault of a 13 year-old girl.
Detectives have released the name of a man who shot dead during a row at a party in Neasden on Friday morning.
A security application on a woman’s smartphone emailed her a photo of two men police would like to speak to after her device was stolen on a Tube train.
Here are some of the best pictures taken across the capital today as Londoners struggled in to work.
Police are appealing for help tracing man believed to be from north London after a woman claimed she was raped in a Brighton hotel bedroom.
Three men have been arrested on suspicion of murdering father-of-one Christopher Foster outside a pub in Borough in a case of mistaken identity.
Sir Bradley Wiggins has said he will be training for the next Olympics on Tuesday evening despite the perfect excuse for a night off - being knighted by the Queen.
Sir Bradley Wiggins, the first British cyclist to win the Tour de France in its more than 100-year history, will be knighted at Buckingham Palace today.
An iconic yet rarely seen watercolour of novelist Jane Austen is to auction today at Sotheby’s London, where it could fetch as much as £200,000.
Senior officials from the five leading sports have been called into a summit meeting with the Government today on how to tackle the scourge of match-fixing, it can be revealed.
Horrified market traders in London’s Petticoat Lane rescued a young woman found in a doorway beaten and stabbed with her face badly disfigured.