December 12 2013 Latest news:
Today marks 25 years since the Clapham rail disaster, which claimed 35 lives when three trains collided outside one of London’s busiest stations.
A 12-year-old schoolgirl from Kingston who went missing on Saturday has been found safe and well.
The judge presiding over Mark Duggan’s inquest today told jurors they must resolve a “stark problem” involving contradictory evidence about how the gun he was supposedly clutching when he was shot came to be found under bushes 20ft away.
Two works of art by Damien Hirst worth around £33,000 have been stolen from the Exhibitionist Gallery in London.
A private provider has won the right to run visitor and security services at London’s Imperial War Museum, HMS Belfast and the Churchill War Rooms.
A 12-year-old boy living with severe health conditions has been treated to a tour of the world’s largest toy shop thanks to a charity which organises wish days for children facing life-threatening conditions.
The Government makes “no apology” for the new immigration rules which prevented former boxing champion and convicted rapist Mike Tyson from entering the UK, Immigration Minister Mark Harper said.
Two men have been charged with the murder of single father Christopher Foster outside a pub in Borough two weeks ago.
This is the cute kitten police had to break into a flat in north London to rescue yesterday.