'It is hard to think of anything that would be more repugnant to the morons of Isil than the Bowie phenomenon,' Boris Johnson said in his final speech to London Government leaders
In no part of London is the before-and-after effect of gentrification so marked as in Brixton, one-time teeming hub of West Indian life. Author Alex Wheatle tours the streets where he grew up and asks, what happened?
The 75-year-old ruled over a band of women supporters in his south London communist collective
The man has targeted eight women between the ages of 20 and 30 within a few weeks
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
From Swinging Sixties salons to unisex fashion, this stylish show made the cut
Michael Fallon, the Energy Minister, has advice for customers angry at SSE's whopping 8.2 per cent hike in fuel bills: switch to another firm. In one of the more nakedly cynical moves by one of the Big Six, the nation's second-largest energy company is putting up bills by an average of £111 a year three weeks after Ed Miliband pledged to freeze prices if elected.
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
The Wu-Tang Clan are to reunite on stage in the UK this summer to mark the 20th anniversary of their 1993 debut album Enter The Wu Tang (36 Chambers).
Fears of civil disorder in capital as plans are revealed for partially state-funded ceremonial funeral, as MPs gather to pay tribute to Baroness Thatcher
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
Legacy hopes borne out by poll
African musicians take to Britain's railways