December 12 2013 Latest news:
Islamist firebrand Anjem Choudary has told Muslims they “should know better” than to sell alcohol, ahead of a march he will attend in Brick Lane tomorrow against the “sinful” practice.
Exactly 25 years on from the Clapham rail crash, which claimed 35 lives when three trains collided just outside one of London’s busiest train stations, a small congregation has gathered in south London to remember the tragedy.
A destroyed Dalek, part of R2D2 and Robert Smith’s guitar are all among the movie and music paraphenalia up for sale at an exclusive Knightsbridge auction.
A dowry has been paid to a London woman out of a 150-year-old fund for “poor, honest young women”.
Police are hunting the callous thief who stole two Chihuahua puppies from a parked car.
Bored commuters could soon be making two journeys to work every morning - but with half the hassle.
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” of contradictory evidence about how the gun he was supposedly clutching when he was shot came to be found under bushes 20ft away.
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.
Sports minister Helen Grant does not believe the law needs changing to make match-fixing a specific criminal offence.