Protesters are targeting the capital’s 'economic power centres'
At least 66 people have been arrested after the Metropolitan Police launched its largest ever raid on suspected burglars and drug offenders.
The UK Peace index combines five factors to produce a score out of five for each area, with 1 being the most peaceful and 5 being the least.
Encouraging figures come alongside separate study showing hospital admissions after violent incidents are down
Geoffrey Cox QC, complained that explanations or reasons behind the charges had still not been given
Elected student officials would at least be harmless - if they weren't so expensive, reckons Eleanor Doughty
East London group that hounds people on the streets are branded ‘complete bigots’
Patrol gang harassed members of the public in the street
Motorists face toll charges of more than £2 to use the Blackwall Tunnel, to fund a new road crossing under the Thames at Silvertown.
A series of marches by a right-wing group has been banned amid fears of violence on the streets.
Liam O'Brien visits the borough with the highest concentration of centenarians in England
Britain's men fail to emulate the women by taking a bronze medal as they are defeated 3-1 by Australia
Two people were injured when an attempt to create a home-made lava lamp caused an explosion and fire.
People who missed out on Olympics tickets in the first and second ballots are to be given the first opportunity to buy tickets when the remaining 1 million go on sale in April. Games organisers are considering allowing a 24-hour headstart for the estimated one million people who bid for tickets but didn't receive any.
The Home Secretary today extended her ban against marches in the capital after a request from police chiefs.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, is hoping to kick-start the economy and create businesses and more jobs with a series of new "enterprise zones".