Christopher Gossage was found to have breached privacy rules by the SRA
It’s pantomime season, so let’s embrace the theme, with a cast of traditional stock characters. To cheer for, we have a couple of home-grown food heroes, Huw Gott and Will Beckett, whose excellent Hawksmoor group of steak restaurants recently scored a multi-million-pound investment from a private equity firm, taking the affable duo from bar-owners to moguls in a few short years. Their first opening since the buyout is called Foxlow, a casual neighbourhood eatery in the creative hub of Clerkenwell.
Hotel giant Hilton Worldwide has raised $2.34 billion (£1.42 billion) through an initial public offering, returning to the stock market six years after private equity firm Blackstone took it private in one of the largest deals of the leveraged buyout boom.
I've taken cocaine at two times in my life - but I've never been an addict, she told court yesterday
From chic satchels to roller skates and more, we've got Christmas wrapped up for the teenagers in your life
A luxury hotel conference room is to be turned into a courtroom on Monday for a £50m family dispute to be played out.
Black line on the map named commuter's least favourite by far while Jubilee named Londoner’s favourite
The extent of the anger and frustration felt by the former home secretary is revealed in a series of voicemail recordings
Rick Owens is expanding his empire with a new pop-up in London, writes Rebecca Gonsalves
Sharon Osbourne said there will be no personality clashes on the X Factor judging panel this year because the judges "actually like each other".
The X Factor judge Sharon Osbourne has revealed it is "wonderful" to return to the show, as the 10th series launched in London.
Founded in 1799, fragrance brand Atkinsons of London is relaunching after hibernation, says Emma Akbareian
Spy's widow accuses UK of protecting the Russian state
Amol Rajan finds bad upholstery undermines good food at Eric Chavot's newest spot
A geographical battle for the capital’s musical soul begins tomorrow when Hyde Park is relaunched as a gentrified, “green” concert location in a £3 million bid to lure festival-goers from an Olympic Park site described as a “concrete dustbowl”.
The High Court appeared to back calls for the government to concede to a public inquiry into the death of former KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko today.