Uber won’t be allowed another permit to work in London after repeated safety disappointments, Transport for London (TfL) has said.
Police are seeking a man for addressing “horrific” anti-Semitic abuse towards Jewish kids on the London Underground.
The commuter ritual of frantically firing off emails using station Wi-Fi before hurtling back into the no-signal blackness of the Tube’s tunnels will soon be no more. The London Underground has mobile coverage of 2 G, 3 G and 4 G on its platform.
Victims are aged between 23 and 62 years old, and none of the women received physical injuries as a result of the assaults.
London bloodbath: Pubs and clubs in London’s financial district to be given stab kits plus man shot in West Norwood
Hundreds of bars and pubs are to be given a specialist medical kit to tackle catastrophic bleeding in response to growing knife crime.
The world’s first-ever museum dedicated to gynaecological anatomy opened in London this weekend. The project started in March 2017 a pop-up that came after director Florence Schechter found out that there were plenty of penis museums, such as the Penis Museum in Iceland, yet no such equivalent for the vagina
The most money is raised in London. Seventeen of the 20 top-performing councils are in the capital city, with Westminster Council collecting the most significant amount, at £69m. A total of £930m from parking services made by Councils in England in a year, numbers show.
Sixty-six million Oyster cards haven’t been used in at least a year. And while they might be forgotten in drawers, purses and wallets, Transport for London (TfL) has accumulated a fortune in balances and deposits. Now it is almost £400m.
The Royal Family’s attendance at the annual Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance comes every year.
The royal family led the nation in paying honours to its war dead at the traditional wreath-laying Remembrance Sunday service at the Cenotaph.
An 80-year-old vintage car driver has died during the London to Brighton gathering following a crash with a lorry.
A bit of Hollywood is coming to London… kind of! These month witnesses the unveiling of the first plaque on The Music Walk of Fame, a new area designed to imitate Hollywood Boulevard, the famous LA street filled with handprints and stars symbolising A-list icons.
A musician whose 310-year-old Tecchler violin worth £250,000 was stolen from a train in London has been reunited with his instrument.
Police were asked at Tottenham High Road around 10.50 am yesterday after the boy was discovered in a critical state. He was rushed to the hospital, where at 11.39 am, he was said dead.
One person has died and 15 others have been injured in an accident between two buses and a car in south-east London.
The crash happened on Sevenoaks Road in Orpington at about 22:10 pm on Thursday.
A 310-year-old violin worth £250,000 that its owner believed to have left it on a train has been stolen, according to police.