Increased screening at the registration points for the 37,500 runners have been introduced
Boris Johnson has gone on record to say that his bumbling self-deprecatory persona is a “cunning device” he uses to get people to trust him.
A Christian group promoting “gay cure” therapies has lost its bid to sue Transport for London (TfL) after Boris Johnson refused to allow their adverts on London buses.
Cross-party effort to reclaim issue from race extremists
Letter left for Work and Pensions Secretary results in 500 receiving the London Living Wage
Police chiefs are threatening to open up a new front in the row over the Leveson report, by raising objections to proposals that would clamp down on their relations with journalists.
Boris Johnson risked provoking a major row with Theresa May today after he accused the Home Office of turning a blind eye to long-term illegal immigrants in the UK.
Boris Johnson took the Conservative Party Conference by storm last night as he professed his loyalty to David Cameron but urged the Government to launch a huge housebuilding programme.
The game invented in Britain is gaining new fans and going upmarket
Senior Labour figures are warning the party to stop treating Boris Johnson as "a joke" because they might be aiding his attempt to become Prime Minister – and defeat Labour at the next general election.
London's Paralympics could alter the way the world views inequalities, reports Tom Peck
Boris Johnson put himself at odds with David Cameron yesterday as he suggested that children should have two hours of physical exercise every day at school.
Boris Johnson has dismissed talk of him becoming the next prime minister as he joked: “How could anybody elect a prat who gets stuck in a zip wire?”
Resignation of high-profile Tory triggers unwelcome by-election in marginal seat
Is it a bird? Is it a plane?