December 5 2013 Latest news:
Traffic officers were each ordered to fine at least 10 cyclists a month, according to an email sent by a senior police officer.
Thousands of cyclists laid in the middle of a normally busy central London street during rush hour on Friday evening to call for greater action on road safety.
This is the moment an east London councillor embroiled in a bitter race row had to be physically restrained by members of his party as order at a Havering Council meeting dissolved.
Cyclists and drivers will roll into City Hall this evening for a cycle-safety summit called in the wake of a series of tragic deaths on London’s roads.
Piccadilly line workers are to strike for 24 hours next week in a row over agreements being “ripped up”, with the union responsible threatening longer action in future if the dispute is not resolved.
Tube strikes could be a thing of the past if David Cameron gets his way.
A serving Met police officer involved in the so-called ‘Plebgate’ case will appear in court after being charged with misconduct for allegedly falsely claiming to have seen the incident.
Campaigners today take the first step in a legal fight over cuts to London’s fire service they claim are “reckless, wrong and will seriously endanger lives”.
We ran a caption competition earlier after Boris Johnson was pictured pouring concrete from a skip at a housing development in Greenwich, and these were some of the best responses we received: