March 8 2014 Latest news:
Senior fire brigade managers begged the police to falsely declare the Dagenham scrapyard blaze in November a “major incident” so they could recall striking firefighters, apparent secret documents obtained by the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) suggest.
After performing some more verbal acrobatics during ‘AskBoris’ on Monday, the Mayor of London is definitely still keeping all his options open.
A Lib Dem councillor has been referred to his party’s national standards board over his refusal to apologise for a “Nazi slur” he made at a north London council meeting.
Politicians went flipping fast as they beat reporters in a Parliamentary Pancake race to raise money for charity.
Hundreds of British-based Ukrainians on Sunday staged a protest outside London’s Russian Embassy against the build-up troops in the Crimea region.
A senior east London councillor was gagged after comparing a grieving opposition politician to Oswald Mosely’s fascist Blackshirts.
An east London council took four years to tell a full-time carer from Barking that her home contained asbestos.
Brick Lane tenants are being warned they will be fined if they keep their restaurants open late - even if they don’t run one.
Brentford have one more hurdle left to cross after the Greater London Assembly elected to approve their new stadium proposals.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson was out visiting fire crews and soldiers in south London who are working around the clock to save a water treatment plant at Kenley from flooding.
Only two London boroughs have no homes at high risk of flooding, according to data obtained by the London Assembly.
Talks to avert a second strike in two weeks by Tube staff resume on Monday.
London Underground services have returned to normal this morning after 48 hours of travel chaos, but fresh talks will be held today to try and prevent it happening all over again next week.
Prime Minister David Cameron will call on the United Kingdom to unite when he gives a keynote speech from the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park this morning.
A 48-hour Tube strike - the first of two over plans to close ticket offices across the London Underground network - ends around 9pm this evening, but Transport for London does not expect normal service to resume until tomorrow morning.
See below for which trains are running on Thursday during the Tube strike in London.