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Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was hit by a vehicle and died in Tooting.
A carer who used WhatsApp to share extreme films of a woman having sex with a snake, a horse and a dog wept as she was spared jail today yesterday.
The Circle Line is experiencing sever delays this morning due to an earlier signal failure.
Taking a driving test is a moment many people remember for life. The pressure, the nerves, the laughs from friends if you fail. Today the driving test is 80 years old, it was made compulsory on June 1 1935.
Art-loving Londoners get the chance to spend the night on laser equipped beds at the Hayward Gallery.
Police are appealing for help to find a 13-year-old boy with asthma who went missing from Hackney yesterday.
Open Gardens Squares Weekend will see allotments and stately homes open their gates for two days only.
Planned rail strikes have been suspended after talks over a pay deal, the arbitration service Acas has said.
A giant dinosaur resembling a T-Rex has been seen lying under what looks like a bloodstained blanket. The extinct reptile was noticed around 10am Monday in south London.
Two people have been killed on train lines to London today in two separate incidents.
Campaign group Stop Killing Cyclists will be holding a vigil in Southwark in remembrance of Esther Hartsilver, the sixth cyclist to die on London’s roads this year.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man hit a woman so hard in the face with a beer can that she is still receiving medical treatment two months later.
A 72-year-old man is in hospital with life-threatening head injuries after a fight outside a pub on Swiss Cottage’s Finchley Road on Friday night.
Councillors in Hackney and Islington say they would welcome any investment into Tech City as government plans to transform the Old Street roundabout remain a mystery.
Herne Hill residents were disgusted to see racist graffiti appear on the walls of a local jazz bar this week.
An assault rifle used in seven unsolved murders in Northern Ireland has been found in an Imperial War Museum display cabinet.
An Ecuadorian studying at King’s College London sat next to the sleeping victim on the N13, put his hand down her jeans then led her off the bus and raped her in his Hampstead home.
All trains via Tulse Hill have been cancelled due to a bridge strike, affecting journeys to London Bridge, West Croydon, Peckham Rye, Herne Hill, Streatham and Crystal Palace.
The new sculpture playground is Brutalist - it is based on concrete playgrounds from the 1950s and 60s - but is made from reconstituted foam.
Police are hunting a gunman who shot a man near a children’s playground in Brent as part as part of a suspected gang attack on Wednesday.
A female cyclist has died after being struck by a lorry on Denmark Hill, south London.
A woman from Newham was beaten so badly aboard a busy train at Canning Town that her teeth were broken and her lip was cut.
A homeless man has suffered a fractured skull and loss of hearing after being beaten by a man wielding a log in Camden.
Millions of commuters at St Pancras might be a bit confused but definitely won’t need a watch thanks to a new sculpture by Cornelia Parker.
A London artist has started a campaign for an anti-Margaret Thatcher museum in an attempt to “reclaim” her legacy from “sycophants” like David Cameron and Tony Blair.
Police want to speak to a “man in orange trousers” after a Southall man was headbutted so viciously in a rush hour altercation at Ealing Broadway that he had to be taken to hospital.
A teenage boy has been given a 12-month-detention order for his part in the death of Joe Walker, a 17-year-old from Stroud Green who was killed in a road crash last October.
Five people were arrested in London last night after thousands of anti-austerity protesters marched against austerity measures by the Conservative government following the State Opening of Parliament.
We’re constantly reminded Britain is a nation of overweight couch potatoes but for once this might actually help our planet.
Kingsbury residents who were left without water for almost 12 hours following a burst pipe and a pavement collapse yesterday now fear they may be exposed to raw sewage.
Police are looking for a toddler seen wandering along a busy road in Beckton.
Former MP Eric Joyce has avoided jail after attacking two teenagers in an ‘entirely unacceptable’ assault in a Chalk Farm shop.
TfL have released statistics analysing crime on London Transport in the year to March. In 2014/15 sexual offences reported to TfL rose by 35% on 2013/14.
As the Queen’s Speech marks the official formation of the Conservative government, anti-austerity protesters are planning to hold a demonstration in Trafalgar Square at 5pm this evening.
TfL said officers would patrol trains and all 144 stations set to remain open overnight.
‘Were there people in showbusiness who knew he was ‘dodgy’? Absolutely’
If you love the Royals, we’ve got lots of great pictures of the Queen here, and even a few of Prince Philip.
A 13-year old girl was raped by a man after meeting him the day before in Camden.
Chiltern Railways trains to and from London Marylebone are experiencing delays and cancellations this morning due to signalling problems.
Abellio Greater Anglia is to spend £30m cleaning its trains after customers sent in photos of flea bites they claim were received on board AGA services .
We all know being physically active is good for our health – regular exercise can help us lose weight, boost our mood and help to prevent disease.