A protest by black cab drivers has again caused gridlock in London as cabbies take to the streets in their long-running battle with Transport for London over the way private hire vehicles, including Uber, are regulated.
Uber has said new regulations could mean ‘an end to the Uber you know and love’ as the High Court is set to rule on whether it is legal for smartphones to be used to calculate fares by private hire drivers.
The founder of a controversial Jack the Ripper museum in Cable Street has revealed he has received death threats from anti-gentrification protesters and compared them to ‘Hitler’s brownshirts’ - but insists he will not give in to their ‘bullying’ tactics.
Environmentalist Richmond Park MP and Tory girls’ dreamboy Zac Goldsmith has been picked as the Conservative Party’s candidate for London Mayor, winning the contest with 70% of the vote. Here London24 brings you some of the funniest Twitter reactions to his selection.
Police want to speak to the man in these images after someone was spotted exposing themselves and committing a sex act on the 2.35pm service from Liverpool Street station to Shenfield on Tuesday September 8.
A south-east London teenager died after a chunk of concrete was lobbed at the windscreen of his moving car in Brockley and today his family, who are ‘numb with pain’, are asking the public to help find his killers.
Car hire app Uber has slammed planned TfL proposals to change how minicab companies operate in London - but the proposed changes have been welcomed by black cab drivers and the London Assembly’s transport chair who said it was important to ‘protect’ passengers.
Frustrated commuters are stuck at Liverpool Street station because of delays on several lines due to an earlier signal failure. Disruption to journeys between Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale is expected until at least 8pm and there are severe delays on Abellio Greater Anglia and Stansted Express services.
Where is there a hidden realm of adventure you find through a wardrobe? No, not Narnia - Forest Gate. Police discovered a massive marijuana factory hidden in an east London loft, only accessible via a hole in a closet.
The police would like to speak to the man in this picture after a white van driver was beaten up in Harrow and chased down the road by two men in a Mercedes - who assaulted him again when he tried to look at his injuries.