May 21 2013 Latest news:
Campaigners are planning to appeal the conviction of a pub landlord who was jailed for the murder of a teenager 10 years ago.
Almost three quarters of residents in Hounslow are against expanding Heathrow Airport.
Half of all overseas tourists visiting UK in 2012 came to London, according to figures released today.
George Michael fell from a car going around 70mph on the M1, a witness has claimed.
The RHS Chelsea Flower Show opens to the public today, but celebrities and VIPs, including the Queen, have already had a look at the floral displays.
Londoners are not talking enough about dementia, a poll from the Alzheimer’s Society has found.
The Queen received a guided tour from her grandson at the world’s most famous flower show today.
The boss of security firm G4S is to retire, just months after he came under fire for his company’s botched handling of its Olympics Games contract.
Linas Matailis was killed almost instantly at the European Metal Recycling (EMR) plant in Scrubs Lane
Frightened witnesses saw a tragic victim of gang warfare die from knife wounds in front of them, the Old Bailey heard today.
A range of changes to the capital’s Congestion Charge begin today with a rise in the penalty fee.
A burglar has been found guilty of killing a retired businessman after beating him up.
A gunman tried to kill a double amputee after shooting her partner dead, a court was told today.
Ten ministers have written an open letter saying that “human stability” would be “confused and undermined” if plans to introduce same-sex marriage in Britain go ahead.
The Mayor of London has claimed a new bus service for London will be cheaper than some current buses, even though they will cost around £50,000 more.
Radical preacher Abu Qatada has been denied bail at an immigration tribunal.