London mayor Sadiq Khan is pressing for new coronavirus restrictions amid rising infection rates in the capital – including a return to working from home.
Police have urged hundreds of protesters to immediately leave an anti-vaccine, anti-lockdown protest in Trafalgar Square or face arrest.
It is “increasingly likely” that lockdown restrictions will soon be needed to slow the spread of coronavirus in London, the capital’s mayor has warned.
London is two weeks behind some regions of the UK where tighter lockdown restrictions have been imposed, Sadiq Khan has said.
More than 200 people have been arrested as part of a cross-country operation targeting county lines drug supplies.
London’s annual New Year’s Eve fireworks display will not take place this year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the city’s mayor has confirmed.
The author of a book about serial killer Dennis Nilsen has recounted the first time he met him in prison.
A 33-year-old man suffered life-threatening injuries when he was shot with a crossbow in the street.
Earl’s Court is out and Chessington is in for London renters searching for a new home, analysis has found.
The first instalment of a new STV drama about Fraserburgh-born serial killer Dennis Nilsen aired tonight.
The driver of a lorry which hit two cars before crashing into a house in south-east London has died and an 11-year-old child is in a life-threatening condition in hospital.
Uber’s appeal against Transport for London’s (TfL) refusal to renew its operating licence will be heard this week.
A teenager has been charged with criminal damage after the statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square was daubed with graffiti.
The number of people sleeping rough in London had reached its highest level since 2005 before lockdown, a report has found.
A Government task force has been launched to reopen a west London bridge closed to motor traffic for nearly one-and-a-half years due to structural problems.
Jeep has opened a new ‘motel’ which is suspended high above the ground on the side of London’s O2 arena and uses power from its latest Renegade plug-in hybrid.
Armed officers including the country’s most highly trained police marksmen have swarmed a traveller site in south-east London in a raid targeting suspected organised crime.
Two teenagers have been taken to hospital with stab wounds following an apparent altercation at an east London Tube station.
More than 600 people have been arrested during five days of climate change protests in central London, police have said.
People suffering from a rare, hard-to-treat form of pancreatic cancer could be given targeted immunotherapies, new research suggests.
Extinction Rebellion is to hold 10 days of demonstrations across central London as part of its ongoing campaign to highlight climate change.
DFS Furniture said it has seen a strong start to its financial year as customers in the UK are prioritising investment in the homes they were confined to for months.
Rail passengers will be able to travel directly from London to Amsterdam and back from the end of October, Eurostar has announced.
Tower Bridge remains closed to vehicles after it was stuck open for more than an hour on Saturday due to a “mechanical fault”.
Traffic in central London was left gridlocked after Tower Bridge became stuck open for more than an hour due to a “mechanical fault”.
Polestar has confirmed that its first UK showroom will be located at the Westfield shopping centre in west London.
A French boy thrown from the Tate Modern viewing platform while on holiday has been able to enjoy a weekend at home away from medical care, his parents have said.
A student who repurposes old make-up to produce sustainable clothing says she hopes her creations illustrate the “infinite possibilities” of recycling.
A paddleboarder was spotted on the River Thames on Wednesday during stormy conditions.
Lender NatWest has said it plans to slash its headcount by around 550 at Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest branches, and its premier banking unit.