Many brought flags and signs reading: 'Paris, je t'aime', 'London stands with Paris', 'Give peace a chance'
Thousands of riot police and mounted officers were deployed to contain crowds after the largely peaceful protest dispersed across London
Firefighters investigated a bag of 'industrial strength chemical granules' dumped nearby
A painting of the former PM for the National Portrait Gallery tells us much about him
The South African President’s visit to Brixton in 1996 epitomised a mixed relationship with his nation's former colonial ruler
Favoured topics are matters of practical morality, dress sense, litter – that sort of thing
It's news because millennia of bigotry cannot simply be eradicated in a few decades
Estimated 4,000 people were in Trafalgar Square to observe the silence
King retired from professional football last summer after a long battle with a knee injury
Hide behind your sofas: the Daleks are among the Time Lord's fearsome foes set to make a return for the 50th anniversary special of Doctor Who.
Non-Muslims used to regard Ramadan with suspicion. As she begins the annual ritual, Arifa Akbar explains how its lessons in empathy and abstinence can benefit us all
Boris Johnson could still reverse his decision not to seek a third term as London mayor, he indicated today - but only if there was strong public support for him to continue.
Supporters of the English Defence League marched through central London today.
German football fans painted London town red – and yellow and black – last night as the capital opened its doors to an estimated 150,000 who travelled to experience the atmosphere of the Champions League final, even if they didn't have tickets.
Positioning a blue cockerel next to Admiral Lord Nelson in London landmark seen as ‘inappropriate’
I arrived back from holiday to find the country divided and inflamed once more