April 24 2014 Latest news:
Street art by Banksy has gone on show in London ahead of an auction later this week, with the anonymous graffiti artist issuing strong condemnation of the exhibition.
A sale could be on the cards for famous London skyscraper The Gherkin as the 41-storey tower has been placed into receivership.
The RMT said next week’s strikes by Tube workers are ‘still on’ despite a statement this afternoon saying industrial action was ‘suspended’.
At least half a dozen police responded after a severed human finger was found in the grass at a Sutton park yesterday.
Campaigners for better air quality in London have mercilessly mocked Boris Johnson’s commitment to eradicating smog in a series of hilarious cartoons.
Dozens of people, including many on buses, were trapped in the grounds of Whipps Cross hospital this morning when workers found chemical waste at a nearby construction site.
The Twitter hashtag #London_is_not_safe has been trending in Dubai since Tuesday after a second violent attack on UAE nationals in under a month, while police seek to reassure visitors they need not worry.
What’s the quickest way to start an argument in London? Just ask; ‘Where’s the best place to get coffee?’ and see what happens.
The mother of three young children found dead in New Malden on Tuesday has been charged with their murders.
Inspectors called into a Crouch End nursery after a child was sent home with the wrong grandmother have uncovered a raft of serious safeguarding failings.