New maps indicate a significant shift of poor communities out from the centre of the capital
This man has claim to be the premier R&B artist in the world right now
Aravindan Balakrishnan was caught on camera before an inquest into the death of one of his followers who mysteriously fell from the bathroom window
Both were arrested last week, accused of keeping three women as domestic slaves
A man with knife allegedly killed one woman and injured two others in a stabbing rampage with children metres away.
Rachida Sobhi claims she did not reveal her criminal record due to amnesia
Sean Rigg, a musician who died shortly after being arrested by police, had a 20-year history of mental illness.
Gabicci first found favour with the ‘casual’ scene of the 1970s. Now it’s celebrating being back in fashion, says Paul McKenzie
Hundreds of cheering people held parties to “celebrate” the death of Baroness Thatcher.
Britain's NBA star pleads with David Cameron to restore funding to basketball
Today's announcement that reclusive rocker David Bowie is back in business years after the world assumed he had retired will not come as a shock to anyone who has followed his career.
The Underwire festival opens this week in Brixton
The police were criticised by an inquest jury today for using an “unsuitable level of force” before the death in custody of a schizophrenic.
As they say in the US, "game recognises game" - and hip-hoppers rarely hesitate to bestow honour upon its pioneers for teaching those next in line a thing or two - especially those who are doing it so well. So there's moments tonight when, despite being age-mates, Public Enemy's venerable Chuck D pays tribute to the legendary Melle Mel, calling him "teacher" ("You snatched the pedal out of my hand son!" Mel shouts back, beaming). Later, the PE frontman nods like a proud dad as he watches fellow New Yorker Raekwon take his turn on the mike - and when the latter introduces "the man of the hour, my brother, your brother" Ice-T, you can't help notice the smallest gesture of respect.
Emergency calls where a hostel manager desperately tried to warn police about the condition of a seriously disturbed man were played to a court room today.