April 24 2014 Latest news:
The Twitter hashtag #London_is_not_safe has been trending in Dubai since Tuesday after a second violent attack on UAE nationals in under a month, while police seek to reassure visitors they need not worry.
What’s the quickest way to start an argument in London? Just ask; ‘Where’s the best place to get coffee?’ and see what happens.
Inspectors called into a Crouch End nursery after a child was sent home with the wrong grandmother have uncovered a raft of serious safeguarding failings.
William and Kate have sympathised with the Duchess of Cornwall after the sudden death of her brother Mark Shand, following a fall in New York.
A petition for TfL to make ‘invisible disability’ badges for the Tube that mimic their iconic ‘baby on board’ ones has received an outpouring of personal messages and support.
Hollywood star Samuel L. Jackson has teamed with a London-based start-up to pledge to kick testicular cancer in the nuts.
TfL have outlined plans to allow passengers to pay for travel on London Underground using smartphone applications.
Two fraudsters stole more than £10million from vulnerable elderly investors in a London boiler room scam selling worthless land.
A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murdering her four-year-old daughter and twin sons aged three.
The task: find a 23-foot-tall bright orange dinosaur stolen from outside a cafe. The reward: a full English breakfast.
A strong pun alone is not enough to keep business good, apparently. Stoke Newington’s brilliant and accurately named Sellfridges has closed down.
The man captured on Twitter walking two ducks past a KFC in Peckham has come forward to explain he does it all the time.
Residents of west London could soon have superstar neighbours after Beyonce and Jay Z reportedly spent a massive £5.5million on a Mayfair townhouse.
A murder investigation has been launched after a man was found suffering injuries in a house in Roehampton and later died.
A third of new parents in London chose an ‘Old English’ name for their babies this year, bucking trends by using names last in fashion up to 800 years ago.