December 13 2013 Latest news:
Exactly 25 years on from the Clapham rail crash, which claimed 35 lives when three trains collided just outside one of London’s busiest train stations, a small congregation has gathered in south London to remember the tragedy.
Bored commuters could soon be making two journeys to work every morning - but with half the hassle.
Barclays is to end its sponsorship of the capital’s Boris bikes, introduced by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson in 2010.
Fog has swept over London and the south east of England, causing the cancellations of 40 flights at Heathrow Airport.
Tube disruption on Boxing Day has been avoided, with drivers being offered a £350 bonus for working the festive Bank Holiday.
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Tower Bridge remained closed in both directions for hours yesterday following a serious incident involving a pedstrian and a motorcyclist.
The Mayor of London is to call today for “more careful” language in discussing the dangers of cycling in the capital, as he warns safety protests such as the so-called “TfL die-in” risk scaring people off.
The 25th anniversary of the Clapham rail disaster which claimed 35 lives will be marked by a simple ceremony this week.
Hundreds of London trains operated by Southeastern and Southern are affected by long delays tonight because of “slippery tracks”