- The Scottish Parliament has voted in favour of holding a second UK independence referendum.
- Londoners will face travel chaos over Easter as thousands of tourists descend on the capital amid Tube station closures, train cancellations and road works.
- Older LGBT people are 'two and a half times more likely to be alone'
- Police have launched an investigation after human waste was apparently found in cans at a Coca Cola factory in Northern Ireland.
Stephen Port: Drug dealer Gerald Matovu facing jail for supplying Grindr serial killer with illegal substancesA drug dealer who supplied illegal substances to Grindr serial killer Stephen Port is facing jail today.
- A woman who impersonated five London learner drivers on their tests because of her "desire to help others" has been jailed for seven months.
- Henry Moore's bronze 'Old Flo' sculpture is to return to Tower Hamlets in the culmination of a four-year saga, it was confirmed today.
- A 97-year-old woman has died after being hit by a car on a quiet residential road in north London.
- The prime suspect in the 2015 Paris terror attacks that killed 130 people asked "forgiveness" of his mother, it emerged today.
- A row has erupted over plans to convert an old council office block into hundreds of tiny "rabbit-hutch" flats, some smaller than Travelodge hotel rooms.
- A disgruntled man bought traffic to a standstill as he blocked the path of a double-decker in a protest over a shut bus stop.
- Google is launching a voice-controlled device which can switch off lights, play music and answer questions in the UK this April.
'Get a life': Daily Mail slams 'po-faced' critics after 'Legs-it' front page sparks sexism rowThe Daily Mail told "po-faced" critics to "get a life" as it defended a controversial front page image of Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon which sparked a sexism row.
- A young man was repeatedly stabbed in a frenzied broad daylight attack on a quiet road in south London.
- The Duchess of Cambridge is to make another solo official foreign visit on behalf of the Government.
- Theresa May today called for a "new, deep and special partnership" with the European Union, just 24 hours before she was due to fire the starting gun for Brexit.
- Shocking footage has been released of cows being kept in tiny pens at a dairy which supplies Marks and Spencer with milk.
Wife of London attacker 'saddened and shocked' by carnage
An undated handout picture released by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on March 23, 2017 shows U.S. citizens Kurt W. Cochran (L), who was killed in the March 22 London terror attack, and his wife Melissa (R) pictured at an undisclosed ...and more »
- Road crash victims encouraged to play the computer game Tetris in A&E suffered fewer distressing flashbacks to the incident, a study revealed today.
- A shocked woman found a huge Chilean tarantula spider scuttling across her garden after it "got lost" in east London.
- Evening Standard
Simon Jenkins: Westminster council's pro-tower policy is a disaster for London
News that Westminster City Council is to abandon the planning policy of its late leader, Sir Simon Milton, is devastating. The council intends to inflict on the finest low-rise city in Europe — that is Westminster, not London — the same rash of ...and more »
- Thousands of fake videos on YouTube, which feature popular children's cartoons, contain violent and terrifying imagery, it has emerged.
- A giant gold coin emblazoned with the Queen's head and worth over £3 million has been stolen from a museum in Germany.
- A Knightsbridge restaurant has won a legal fight with a brand of dog food which shares its name over fears that diners would be turned off its five-star food.
- The high-flying civil servant picked to mastermind vital new trade deals for Britain after Brexit is commuting between London and New York.
- Evening Standard
Paris and London team up for 'Tale of Two Cities' package
Arch rivals London and Paris will join forces to attract tourists and investment to the two capitals for the first time. Sadiq Khan and his Parisian counterpart Anne Hidalgo today unveiled a “Tale of Two Cities” package of collaboration to lure ...and more »
- The Government should be wary of "kneejerk" reactions against tech firms like WhatsApp in the wake of the Westminster terror attacks, said Sadiq Khan.
- A union boss is urging members in London to reject the "power politics" of Jeremy Corbyn and his main backer Len McCluskey who push their agenda "down people's throats".
- In Today's Diary: Ralph Fiennes disowns Maid in Manhattan | Cabaret Boys caused a Downing Street Riot | Jerry Hall goes all out at ENO Gala | Sting in the tale for UK run of failed musical
- Arch rivals London and Paris will join forces to attract tourists and investment to the two capitals for the first time.
- A call was made today for the Mayor's "toxic air day" warnings to include a reminder to schoolchildren to take their asthma medication.
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- Sadiq Khan today warned that new tall buildings must enhance the capital's skyline rather than blight it.
- Tesco today moved to draw a line under the worst scandal in its history by agreeing to pay out £235 million in fines and compensation after the investigation of a black hole in its books.
- A kung-fu champion who stabbed a brother and sister in a "racist" attack after bursting into their home in the middle of the night said afterwards: "I do what I like because I am God", a court heard.
- A manhunt is under way after a train passenger was attacked by a machete-wielding thug following a row in south London.
- The new 12-sided £1 coin sparked a gold rush when it went into circulation on the streets of London today.
- BBC News
London attack: How can we be protected from terrorism?
The attack in Westminster, on Wednesday, 22 March, left four victims dead, dozens injured and millions of people around the world asking why. In the aftermath of Khalid Masood's assault on London, the BBC received a number of questions from people ...and more »
- Smoking cannabis could be legal in Canada by next summer.
Marine A: Alexander Blackman could be free within weeks after sentence for shooting Taliban fighter reducedRoyal Marine Alexander Blackman will walk free within weeks after judges sentenced him to seven years in prison for shooting dead an injured Taliban fighter in Afghanistan.
- Tropical Cyclone Debbie tore through Australia's northeast today damaging homes, wrecking jetties and cutting power to thousands of people.
- A murder inquiry has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in a street in south London on Tuesday.
- The FADER
Skepta Has Announced A Tiny London Charity Fundraiser
Skepta is set to play a London show next week aimed at raising funds for homelessness charity Shelter. The grime MC will be joined by special guests at Islington Assembly Hall on Tuesday, April 4. Tickets for the live date will be allocated via ballot ...and more »
- Police are hunting a burglar who stole presents from a family on Christmas Eve.
- WTAE Pittsburgh
London attack: Khalid Masood's wife condemns his actions
Police secure the area on the south side of Westminster Bridge close to the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. SOURCE: Matt Dunham file photo, AP. London attack: Khalid Masood's wife condemns his actions. CNN |. Updated: ...
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- A man suffered a "disgraceful and prolonged" sexual assault on a packed Tube train during the morning rush hour, police said.
- Paper sparks sexism row with front page and column on female leaders' legs
- A podcast looking at some of the UK's most notorious crimes has gained a huge worldwide audience.
- Counter-terrorism barriers have been installed at Windsor Castle to protect the Changing of the Guard following last week's horrific terror attack in Westminster.
- David Davis has refused to commit to a cap on EU citizens coming to the UK after Brexit, admitting immigration levels may need to rise "from time to time".
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