May 22 2013 Latest news:
The distraught mother and girlfriend of Harold Hill teen Champion Ganda, who was stabbed to death two weeks ago, have spoken of their grief for the aspiring rapper who loved his family.
A music academy in east London backed by a top producer and a school for autistic children in Lambeth are among the free schools which have been approved today.
A sixth person is due in court today charged with the murder of a teenager in Pimlico.
A mum and toddler were injured after a crash with a scooter whose driver initially fled the scene.
Two Londoners and a man from Hertfordshire today received lengthy jail sentences for counterfeiting pound coins, some of which may still be in circulation.
London’s heathland, grassland and woodland are under threat, a report launched by Sir David Attenborough tonight will say.
Plans to redevelop the Shell Centre site on London’s South Bank have been approved.
Street signs which have stood in Downing Street, Abbey Road and other notable locations across the capital sold for thousands of pounds at auction today.
Police are appealing after a 63-year-old woman was injured in a “cruel and nasty” attack in which she was hit on the head by a bottle of vodka.
Banned dolls containing a poisonous chemical that can cause cancer have been unwittingly sold to families in Barking Market.
A serving Metropolitan Police officer has been found guilty of making indecent images of children.
Two air crew members have been arrested after hundreds of thousands of pounds’ worth of cocaine was found at Heathrow Airport.
Yassin Omar Mohamed was smashed over the head with a bottle at close range
Police have today released 16 new images of men they wish to speak to in connection with violence at an FA Cup semi-final match between Millwall and Wigan last month.
Campaigners are planning to appeal the conviction of a pub landlord who was jailed for the murder of a teenager 10 years ago.
A London MP has backed calls for Mayfair to be reinstated on the Monopoly board.