December 18 2013 Latest news:
Neighbours of a man stabbed to death in east London last night have spoken of their shock that such a thing could happen on their “nice, peaceful” street.
Three of the biggest 10 property deals in the world next year will take place in London, according to new research.
Four men have been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 16-year-old student Peter Hagan at a birthday party earlier this year.
A person has died and two others are injured following a road collision in north west London.
The trust running Queen’s Hospital has been put into special measures after a watchdog issued a damning report exposing unsafe A&Es, understaffing, long waiting times and poor planning.
A Transport for London cycle lane blunder has left buses unable to stop at a busy east London bus stop.
A Newham College lecturer recorded making homophobic remarks has been sacked.
Boris Johnson is happy to accept that he has the “IQ of a baked bean”, after being challenged over his comments on inequality and intelligence.
Firefighters in the capital have been called to the aid of more than 3,000 people trapped in toilets or bathrooms in the last four years, the London Fire Brigade (LFB) revealed today.
The coroner presiding over the inquest into Mark Duggan’s death in Tottenham at the hands of armed police has this morning told the jury he will accept a majority verdict rather than a unanimous decision.