A commuter got a broken nose, cuts and bruises when two men beat him up in a ‘shocking and frightening’ assault at Wimbledon Station. The victim had tried to help when he heard one of the attackers threaten a woman, police said.
Cycling is becoming ever more popular as people look for cheaper ways to travel, but many people are put off by the challenge of storing a bulky bike, or lugging it on public transport for part of their journey.
Students at Brunel University London turned around and filed silently out of a debate on the Welfare State when Katie Hopkins, one of the panellists, started speaking. It is simultaneously hilarious and awkward.
The People’s March for Climate, Justice and Jobs will pass through central London on Sunday November 29 with more than 7,000 people from all around the UK. Here is a guide to the march - why it’s happening, where to go and what will be going on.