March 12 2014 Latest news:
A crash on the M25 which left a man with serious injuries has caused the closure of the junction 3 slip road which joins the M20.
A former West Ham star took part in a gang rape after a night out clubbing in Romford, a court heard.
Rapper Professor Green has been charged with drink-driving following an incident on the road where he lives.
The opening in a few weeks of a new £25billion terminal at Heathrow will not be plagued by the same errors that led to the catastrophic start-up of the west London’s airport’s Terminal 5 six years ago, bosses have said.
Bob Crow, leader of the Rail, Maritime and Transport union, has died of a heart attack today.
A 60-year-old Sikh man accused of attacking a drinker with a ceremonial dagger has been cleared after insisting he acted in self-defence.
A pedestrian who pulled an armed robber off his moped as a gang attempted to smash their way into a central London jewellers this afternoon said the experience was “like watching a scene from a Guy Ritchie movie”.
A policeman who repeatedly punched a suspected shoplifter in the head, pulled her by the hair and pinned her down has escaped a jail term after the judge said the victim was ‘no shrinking violet’.
Scotland Yard is appealing for members of the male gay community who have been befriended then robbed while out in Soho to contact them.
A knife-wielding cyclist ‘viciously’ attacked driver after he accidentally knocked him off his bike outside a hospital.