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Woman 'just left to die' in Tulse Hill hit-and-run
The 29-year-old was hit by four vehicles on a pedestrian crossing and none of the drivers stopped.
7 hours ago
BBC
Woman 'just left to die' in Tulse Hill hit-and-run
London Euston to become Christmas Day homeless shelter
About 30 volunteers from Network Rail will work alongside the charity St Mungo's and Streets Kitchen.
2 hours ago
BBC
London Euston to become Christmas Day homeless shelter
Investigation ordered into 'misleading' festive tickets
Customers have been sold tickets for trains that will not run or will be disrupted, a watchdog says.
6 hours ago
BBC
Investigation ordered into 'misleading' festive tickets
'Monster' fatberg to go on display in museum
A slice of a monster fatberg, clogging up London's sewers, is going on display in a museum.
7 hours ago
BBC
'Monster' fatberg to go on display in museum
Grenfell fire: Survivors still living in hotels
Tiago Alves says he feels he is living in limbo, six months after the tragedy.
13 hours ago
BBC
Grenfell fire: Survivors still living in hotels
London Museum of Cinema: Take a look inside
Ronald Grant gives a tour of his London Museum of Cinema in Kennington, which may soon be sold.
4 hours ago
BBC
London Museum of Cinema: Take a look inside
Westfield sale looks like a knee-jerk reaction to the Amazon age | Nils Pratley
The rush to consolidate by owners of large shopping centres suggests they are seeking protection from the rise of online rivalsThe crisis of confidence among owners of large shopping centres is contagious. Last week it was Hammerson, the Birmingham Bullring folk, bidding for Intu, owner of Gateshead's ...
4 hours ago
The Guardian
Westfield sale looks like a knee-jerk reaction to the Amazon age | Nils Pratley
Amaravati Buddhist art to finally be seen in full glory at British Museum
After a two-year declutter and revamp, the Sir Joseph Hotung gallery will allow visitors to view Asian antiquities up closeFor decades, the Amaravati sculptures, a stupendous collection of early Buddhist art considered one of the greatest treasures in the British Museum, have been poorly lit and difficult ...
7 hours ago
The Guardian
Amaravati Buddhist art to finally be seen in full glory at British Museum
Samantha Fox on fame at 16, stalkers and David Cassidy: "I kneed him and told him where to go"
One of the most photographed British women of the 1980s talks about feminism, her abusive father and how she battled her fears to come out as gayIn a small, unloved hotel, the receptionist greets me and Samantha Fox with pursed lips: 'There will be no interview here,' she says. I feel as if I've wandered ...
8 hours ago
The Guardian
Samantha Fox on fame at 16, stalkers and David Cassidy: "I kneed him and told him where to go"
Fire union calls for 'compromised' Grenfell expert to stand down
Steven McGuirk would be 'conflicted' in giving evidence because of his alleged support for cuts and deregulationThe Fire Brigades Union has called for one of the key experts appointed by the Grenfell Tower inquiry to stand down because of his alleged support in the past for cuts to emergency services ...
11 hours ago
The Guardian
Fire union calls for 'compromised' Grenfell expert to stand down
'Our playground': London cyclists find utopia in Regent's Park
Every morning groups of cyclists gather to ride the park's Outer Circle. As cycling gains momentum in the city, more circuits might flourishIt's half past seven on a mild October morning, just getting light, and I am waiting with my bike at one of the most tranquil spots in central London, under a canopy ...
16 hours ago
The Guardian
'Our playground': London cyclists find utopia in Regent's Park
UK jobs boom is petering out, claims employers' survey
Manpower poll shows hiring staff is flatlining in London and depicts firms as the least confident for five years about taking on new workersBritain's employers are the most pessimistic about hiring staff than at any time in five years, underscoring fears over the number of new jobs available as the country ...
24 hours ago
The Guardian
UK jobs boom is petering out, claims employers' survey
Prince William, Prince Harry Land at 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi's' London Premiere
Talk about a royal affair. As suspected, Prince William and Prince Harry stepped out Tuesday night for the London premiere of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It's not surprising that the royals would make an appearance at the premiere, given that John Boyega ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
Prince William, Prince Harry Land at 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi's' London Premiere
West Ham's David Moyes confirms January transfer interest in Jack Wilshere and Arsenal team-mate ahead of London derby
David Moyes will be in the running to sign Jack Wilshere if the Arsenal midfielder becomes available in January. The England star is set to return to the Gunners' Premier League side for the London derby trip to West Ham on Wednesday. Wilshere needs ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
West Ham's David Moyes confirms January transfer interest in Jack Wilshere and Arsenal team-mate ahead of London derby
Theresa May invites PM Barzani for meeting in London
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region " British Prime Minister Theresa May has invited KRG Prime Minister Nechirvan Barzani for a meeting in the United Kingdom "in due course," while promising 'to fight" to protect Kurdish identity and rights in Iraq. "The Prime ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
Theresa May invites PM Barzani for meeting in London
London officially put on more gigs than anywhere else in the world this year
Every night in London, come rain or shine, there's always more live music on offer than you could ever hope to consume. Whether you're going big with Taylor Swift at Wembley or catching Billy And The No-Mates in the back room of The Shit and Shoelace ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
London officially put on more gigs than anywhere else in the world this year
The Whitechapel fatberg is going on display at the Museum of London next year
London accidentally gained a new celebrity earlier this year when an enormous 'fatberg' ' a huge, congealed blob of wet wipes, condoms, nappies, fat and cooking oil ' was found lurking in a sewer under Whitechapel Road. The 'evil, gut-wrenching ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
The Whitechapel fatberg is going on display at the Museum of London next year
Conte is defiant after impressive Chelsea win at Huddersfield
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte defended his side's form and said the impressive victory at Huddersfield was exactly the confidence-boosting response they needed after losing to West Ham. Goals from Tiemoue Bakayoko, Willian and Pedro earned a 3-1 away win ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
Conte is defiant after impressive Chelsea win at Huddersfield
London Euston to become Christmas Day homeless shelter
London's Euston station will be turned into a shelter for the homeless on Christmas Day. The station concourse will be filled with decorations and tables set for a full festive dinner on 25 December. Rail workers and charity staff will serve food to 200 ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
London Euston to become Christmas Day homeless shelter
Qantas? new London lounge shows whimsy and style
After a delay of nearly a year, Qantas has opened its surprisingly large new lounge at London Heathrow terminal 3, and the initial launch images look superb. The lounge was originally supposed to open in "early 2017", but the overall effect seems worth ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
Qantas? new London lounge shows whimsy and style
Boss of top London hospital dramatically quits in protest at 'unrealistic' NHS funding
The chairman of a top London hospital trust has dramatically quit, in protest at the Government's "unrealistic" expectations for NHS funding. Lord Kerslake said a fundamental review of the health service is needed to address a growing financial crisis.
9 hours ago
Bing News
Boss of top London hospital dramatically quits in protest at 'unrealistic' NHS funding
North-south divide widens but Manchester still beating London
The economic gap between the north and the south of England could be wider by 2020 than it was in 2010 according to Ernst & Young forecasts. Overall, the report has found that very little progress has been made over the past three years to tackle the ...
9 hours ago
Bing News
North-south divide widens but Manchester still beating London
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