The Great British Bake Off makes its return Wednesday, 24 August, but world-renowned bakeries have already begun their own battle, hoping to take a bite out of London’s bakery market
Respect recruits might enable Labour to pile up bigger majorities in its safe seats but would be unlikely to enhance its prospects in Tory-held marginals
Though liable to increase my rent to roughly the GDP of Lithuania, the Night Tube is definitely a net positive, in the sense that I can now get home from a late one without having to listen to indeterminable EDM blasted through an iPhone on a night bus, head rattling against the window.
'It's like something out of a horror film. It's ghastly'
'So Southern Rail trains are literally falling apart, right on top of us!' tweets one of the passengers onboard
Simon Calder on the finer points of why train ticket pricing doesn't make sense
Four fire engines and 21 firefighters sent to fire
Authorities say the man's actions 'avoided what could have been a tragedy'
This Friday August 12, between the hours of 11am and 7pm, Uber will be delivering ice creams to customers across 17 cities in the UK
Specialising in interior accessories the Catalan designer is best known for his pixelated designs combining digital and analogue worlds
Hyde Park, Regent's Park and Green Park have some of worst air quality in the capital
Five years after the riots, the policies put in place to tackle them have failed spectacularly
London is turning into its own verison of the Brazilian captial to celebrate the Rio 2016 Games
Two men arrested after attack at London's biggest shopping centre
'TfL needs to run a campaign promoting how the public can easily claim back their own money'
Protests called in London, Nottingham, Manchester and Birmingham