Giant posters featuring quotes from prominent Brexit politicians have been pasted onto billboards around Dover.
Uber fares in London will be increased from Wednesday to help drivers buy electric cars.
The Mayor of London has attacked Government cuts to policing after the Press Association revealed Scotland Yard’s murder investigation unit has lost a quarter of its officers and staff over the past decade.
Hundreds of protesters have taken part in a “yellow vest” inspired anti-austerity march in central London.
A British father has become an accidental web wizard after an app he designed to send emergency messages to his son was downloaded by thousands of parents around the world.
The family of a nine-year-old girl whose death was linked to unlawful levels of air pollution have been given permission by the Attorney General to apply for a fresh inquest.
The mayor of London has warned motorists to check if their vehicle is liable for the capital’s new Ultra-Low Emission Zone charge coming into force in April.
A 13-year-old girl has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer at a “yellow vests” protest in support of Brexit.
A woman driver is in a critical condition after allegedly being assaulted following a car crash.
Luther fans have complained the dark lighting in the show made it impossible to see what was going on.
A man and a woman have been killed in separate knife attacks in London in the early hours of New Year’s Day.
A security guard has been stabbed to death and three others injured as they tried to bar a group of men from entering a New Year’s Eve party in London’s West End.
Persimmon boss Jeff Fairburn is to step down on Monday, bringing to a close a year of controversy over executive pay at the housebuilder.
London boroughs will join forces to provide thousands of extra properties for families on the edge of homelessness, the Communities Secretary has announced.
Fans have placed tributes outside the former home of George Michael on the second anniversary of his death.
A murder probe has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in north London.
Chaotic scenes marred the weigh-in for Saturday’s heavyweight rematch between Dillian Whyte and Dereck Chisora after a scuffle broke out between the rival camps.
More than 90 Aberdeen staff were told on Wednesday they were being made redundant with the move by the investment firm rescuing the remaining 96.
Passengers face further disruption at Gatwick on Friday after a drone flying close to the airfield forced the airport to shut down.
Shooting down the drone causing chaos at Gatwick Airport is a “tactical option” being considered by police as bosses weigh up halting all flights on Friday.
Retailer Fishing Republic has collapsed into administration after failing to raise emergency funding, endangering over 100 jobs.
Big Ben is making an early comeback this Christmas through Snapchat’s latest augmented reality feature, which sees the scaffolding around Elizabeth Tower fall away inside a life-size snow globe.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a scrappage scheme to help small businesses prepare for the capital’s new Ultra Low Emission Zone rules.
A man has died after a shooting in north London.
New research has revealed that some diesel cars on British roads are even more polluting than initially suspected.
The new UK boss of flexible workspace firm WeWork has doubled down on the company’s commitment to the British market despite growing uncertainty over Brexit.
The Metropolitan Police is to test live facial recognition in Westminster on December 17 and 18 as part of an “ongoing trial” of the technology.
Louis Vuitton owner LVMH is to buy luxury hotel and travel company Belmond for 3.2 billion US dollars (£2.54 billion), concluding a sales process that attracted interest from a range of high-profile bidders.
Police are investigating a break-in at Sir Paul McCartney’s London home.
The New York Times has had thousands of responses from sarcastic Brits after putting out an appeal for people who have experienced a petty crime in London.