May 26 2013 Latest news:
Allegations that London’s deputy mayor for policing conspired with council officials to commit misconduct in public office will not be investigated by the independent police watchdog, it was announced today.
A London council today lost a Court of Appeal legal fight over how it funds policing of unlicensed sex shops, saying it would mean a “free-for-all for the sex industry”.
Tube union bosses have threatened “the biggest wave of industrial action in 30 years” if Tory politicians get their way and review pensions for London Underground workers.
The Mayor of London has said he will not “rule out” the use of water cannons in the future because that is not what Londoners would want.
Two users of a Walthamstow soup kitchen have begun legal proceedings to prevent its eviction by the council.
Three in four people living in west London boroughs near Heathrow airport are set against expansion, it emerged today as results of recent referendums were released.
Thousands of lawyers are hitting London’s streets today to raise money for charities providing free legal advice.
The Mayor of London has claimed a new bus service for London will be cheaper than some current buses, even though they will cost around £50,000 more.
A future rise in rough sleepers in London could be triggered by the “missed middle”.
The Mayor of London has said that now is the time to “to wake up, smell the coffee and accept the reality that Heathrow is full”.
The momentum of Boris Johnson “is frankly unstoppable”, House of Commons leader Andrew Lansley said today.
The comedian Eddie Izzard has hit out at London Mayor Boris Johnson whilst maintaining he is ready for the challenge of pursuing politics himself.
The government was today accused of “backtracking on public health” by omitting a pledge to bring in plain packaging for cigarettes from last week’s Queen’s Speech.
Far right group the English Defence League has announced plans to march through Tower Hamlets this summer.