Squatters who have taken over part of the former Royal Mint complex are “under siege” and claim they are being starved out, after slipping into the complex opposite the Tower of London on Monday night.
A Walthamstow family on their way to Disneyland for a trip of a lifetime were pulled off their Gatwick flight at the last minute by USA security officials, who gave no reason as to why the Muslim group were being denied access to America.
Commuters at Holborn may have been left puzzled this morning when instead of familiar “beware of thieves” announcements, they are met with these ‘Metropolitan Police’ posters instead - warning them to watch out for Tories.
The People’s March for Climate, Justice and Jobs will pass through central London on Sunday November 29 with more than 7,000 people from all around the UK. Here is a guide to the march - why it’s happening, where to go and what will be going on.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt today agreed to negotiate the junior doctor contract with the British Medical Association (BMA) in talks held by conciliatory service Acas, but the BMA say his consenting so late is ‘political game playing’.
Squatters occupying the council’s former offices in West Hampstead say they are willing to discuss handing back the keys - but would like use of the building to provide Christmas dinner for homeless and elderly people.
London medics will join junior doctors nationwide in a ‘full walkout’ December 8 and 16 and offer only emergency care on December 1 after 98 per cent voted in favour of industrial action, the BMA said today.
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