News A woman allegedly leaves a care home with a Christmas tree in Camberwell.

An alleged thief has been caught on camera supposedly stealing a Christmas tree from a care home in south London.

Lambeth night bus attack: Two men charged over attack on woman that left her unconscious after 'argument over her dress'

Police described the incident as a 'shocking attack... prompted by nothing more than a brief exchange of words'

Man in his 60s hit by lorry becomes sixth cyclist death in 14 days on streets of London

Police say the man died at the scene on the junction of Camberwell Road and Albany Road, south east London

Nick Clegg's promise of bedroom tax review is a 'sham,' says Harriet Harman

Criticism comes as it emerges evaluation will take two years and will not include public consultation

Privacy breach officer let off with £150 fine

A former probation officer who handed details of a domestic abuse victim to her alleged abuser has been fined just £150.

Anonymous cyber attacks: four men to be sentenced

Four men will be sentenced today for carrying out cyber attacks with hacking group Anonymous.

Wiktoria Was was travelling with her mother, father and four-year-old brother when their Volkswagen Polo and a Peugeot 308 that was being chased by a marked police car collided

Tributes for 13-year-old girl killed in London police chase

The “charming” and “bubbly” 13-year-old girl who died in a crash involving a vehicle that was being pursued by police will be missed by her entire school, her headteacher said today.

Free Shard tickets reserved for locals have been nabbed and put up for sale on eBay

Locals take dim view after free Shard tickets reserved for residents put on eBay

Locals hit the roof as outsiders lift free passes

The gang's all here: Krays' rival Richardson laid to rest

Notorious names from London's 1960s underworld turned out yesterday for the funeral of the retired gangster Charlie Richardson. The 78-year-old, who fought a vicious turf war with the Kray brothers, died last month.

Teenagers on murder charge

A girl aged 14 and a boy aged 16 have appeared in court charged with the murder of a 15-year-old boy.

Missing schoolgirl Tia Sharp

Review launched into Tia Sharp's death

A serious case review has been launched into the death of 12-year-old Tia Sharp.

Missing Tia Sharp may have been smothered

Twelve-year-old's body found wrapped in a bed sheet in the loft of her grandmother's house

Tia Sharp

Tia Sharp may have been smothered before body was wrapped in black bed sheet and bin bag and hidden in loft

Tia Sharp, the 12-year-old whose body was found in her grandmother’s loft last week, may have been smothered before her body was wrapped in a black bed sheet and bin bag and hidden.

David King, 53, the oldest person charged in the Birmingham riots

Night the row about riot sentencing was reignited

Nina Lakhani hears a rare and explosive public intervention

Judge Tan Ikram: 'No politicians told me or any of my colleagues what to do. We applied the law'

Judge says riot sentences were fair

Justice who gave teenager eight-month jail term for stealing Lucozade bottle breaks silence

James: he had a prodigious gift for friendship

Canon Eric James: Influential clergyman and theologian

James encouraged his great friend Robert Runcie to commission the important report ‘Faith in the City

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