'The people behind the desk were coughing the most and quite aggressively. Within two minutes, they shouted for everyone to get out'
The period properties and conservation areas of Highgate hide decades of architectural innovation...
Jurors warned they will need 'broad minds and strong stomachs' during the case
Station evacuated since 11am
Slowing house price growth in the capital means that London no longer tops the tables as the UK region with the fastest rising house prices...
'Within hours of arriving, I was on a yacht with some investors, being asked to join the Freemasons'
As one of the most controversial constructions in the capital city, Ian Mell looks into whether the Garden Bridge is worth its buck
New research reveals house prices drop by an average of £86,000 between each London travel Zone, yet some journey times to the centre are faster from Zone 6 than in many parts of Zone 2.
Open Europe warns EU passporting is not as crucial to the City as has been suggested
Neighbour calls 999 after hearing sound from interactive production
A new exhibition is taking a look back at working class culture in the Waltham Forest's Warner estate, in an area of north east london that is being slowly gentrified
The Metropolitan Police confirm
Incident comes just months after the shooting of Harambe, a silverback gorilla at Cincinnati Zoo
Across the UK, the cost of single brick has increased 33 per cent in the past decade, with further growth of 25 per cent predicted by 2020...
National Audit Office finds a “significant risk” the crossing will not be built - and highlights Cameron's personal intervention to fund it