April 21 2014 Latest news:
Eric Pickles has attacked five London councils for behaving like Russian president Vladimir Putin over their alleged attempts to drive local newspapers “out of business”.
Trees planted at a World War I memorial garden in east London to mark the deaths of 18 children killed in a bombing have been stolen by vandals.
Boris Johnson has been left in a right flap after the Mayor of London was made the star of a copycat version of the insanely popular Flappy Bird.
Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, is being tipped as Labour’s candidate to fight the London mayoral elections in 2016.
History is being made in Westminster today – and unsurprisingly politicians are not involved.
Boris Johnson urged to not let London become a ‘no go area for buskers’ and grabbed a guitar to lunch the #BackBusking campaign.
Maria Miller has resigned as Culture Secretary after telling David Cameron her expenses row had ‘become a distraction from the vital work this Government is doing’.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park reopens to the public tomorrow. So today was obviously perfect for a photocall – and unsurprisingly Boris Johnson and Prince Harry stepped up to the plate.
Inspectors are examining allegations of “governance failure, poor financial management and fraud” at Tower Hamlets Council.
The Mayor of London has been accused of complacency for his call for “a sense of proportion” over high air pollution levels in the capital.
The mother of Mauritian student Yashika Bageerathi broke down in tears today as she called on Immigration Minister James Brokenshire to free her 19-year-old daughter from Yarl’s Wood immigration centre.
They may look like the product of power going completely to Boris Johnson’s blonde head - but actually the 101 yellow Boris Bikes you may spy dotted around the capital in the coming months have a completely reasonable explanation.
A “protest jam” against the move to ban unlicensed busking in Camden was staged on Sunday afternoon.