May 18 2013 Latest news:
Thousands of people are expected to take part in a march today to protest changes to A&E departments across London.
A man has been charged with 13 offences, including indecent exposure and knifepoint robbery.
Two men have been found guilty of the murder of gangland celebrity and author Dave Courtney’s stepson.
Police are searching for a man after reports of three sexual assaults on buses in Kingston Upon Thames and Twickenham.
The inquest into the death of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko could be scrapped and replaced with a public inquiry to allow evidence to be heard in secret.
An investigation has been launched today into whether London’s canal and river moorings are becoming overcrowded and polluted by an increasing number of boats.
An unemployed man has been jailed for killing a 45-year-old man in the street and stealing money from him.
Singer George Michael has received minor injuries in a car crash, his publicist said today.
Prince Harry paid an unexpected visit to see his charity Sentabale’s garden being set up at the Chelsea Flower Show today.
Nine men accused of sexual offences against a 14-year-old girl appeared at the Old Bailey today.
Using the identities of dead children was “common practice” by undercover police officers at Scotland Yard, a chief constable investigating the matter has found.
Eighteen suspected heroine and cocaine dealers have been arrested in a major police operation targeting drug and street crime in Soho.
The Mayor of London has said that now is the time to “to wake up, smell the coffee and accept the reality that Heathrow is full”.
QPR striker Loic Remy is available for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Liverpool at Anfield, the club have confirmed.
The victim was punched in the face and suffered serious head injuries when he fell and hit his head on the floor in the vicinity of the Dolphin public house in Mare Street on Sunday May 12 at 5am.
The driver of a speedboat which crashed and killed a man and his eight-year-old daughter did not have a safety cord which could have stopped the engine attached to him.