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Ever since the transport authorities in Madrid began selling sponsorship rights to their subway system, London Underground has gone a bit LOL-tastic.
Let’s face it, live electronica can often leave the audience rather nonplussed. The ability to be able to transfer perfectly produced masterpieces crafted in the studio to the stage can be something of a holy grail. But Bonobo’s gig at the Roundhouse tonight is an ideal blueprint for any other artists daring to make the leap to a live show.
They have called him a geek; they called him Red Ed. They have noted his resemblance to the jug-eared hero of Wallace and Gromit. But never in his 43 years has anyone cast Ed Miliband as “Action Man” – until now.
Ella Phillips, 29, was thrown off her bike in Kentish Town, North London, when she was forced to make an emergency stop
Setting the patois among the pigeons
Britain's top policeman tonight paid tribute to one of his officers who collapsed and died while chasing two phone thieves.
Things have changed in the 10 years since I last sat behind the wheel of a car
Three restaurants and a top nightclub in central London have been shut after inspectors found a catalogue of food hygiene failings.
Amy Winehouse's father has said he decided to put his late daughter's home up for sale "with regret".
The idea that visual art is only what can be spread flat across a canvas is one that has long since been abandoned. With sculpture and large-scale installations, the 2D print has become not so much outdated, but rather had to give up its monopoly over the art world and make way for more innovative uses of space.
Actor Jamie Waylett caught on camera carrying bomb, but says he was not going to use it
As the former Libertine prepares his UK debut as an artist, he talks frankly and exclusively to Matilda Battersby about Kate Moss, Amy Winehouse, his baby daughter and why he paints with his own blood
Where better than the urban sprawl of Camden with its filthy alleyways and tucked-away boozers to catch a glimpse of the new generation of indie and rock and roll acts?
A spike in population has led to a shortage of pupil places – and classroom space. One council has even resorted to holding lessons in a hired hall.
Police are today warning people to stay away from London's famous Camden Market as the clean-up operation begins after a huge blaze that took more than 100 firefighters to bring under control.