Northern Line signal failure causes Tube chaos

A signal system failure hit a busy Tube line today, causing severe delays in the morning rush-hour.

Boris Johnson attacks union for London bus strike

A war of words is raging after two-thirds of bus services in London were cancelled because of a strike by thousands of workers in a dispute over an Olympic bonus.

Bus strike threatened in bid for Olympic gold

Thousands of bus drivers are set to go on strike in London today after talks over a bonus payment for working during the Olympic Games broke down last night.

Eleventh hour talks to avert bus strikes held

Last-ditch talks aimed at averting a strike by London bus workers over an Olympic bonus got under way today.

Pair jailed over 'Boris bike' scam

Two fraudsters were jailed today for swindling up to £42,000 from the "Boris bike" scheme.

London bus staff to strike over Olympic pay row

Thousands of London bus workers will go on strike next Friday in a row over extra pay for working during the Olympics.

Parking tickets issued every 4.6 seconds

Local councils handed out an increased number of parking tickets last year despite cutting back on traffic wardens.

Minicab firm Addison Lee loses Government contract over bus lane rebellion

Minicab company Addison Lee, which urged its drivers to use bus lanes, has lost its Government contract, it was announced today.

Twitter reports by the RMT union had claimed the obstruction had been caused by a tunnel collapse, however, the union later clarified that the incident had in fact been caused by a bump in the tunnel wall caused by rain water

Tube hit by disruption amid claims of 'collapsed tunnel'

Services suspended for much of the morning between Piccadilly Circus and Elephant and Castle causing severe delays along the rest of the line

Talks to be held over Tube action

Talks which will be aimed at averting a 72-hour strike by London Underground maintenance workers are to be held tomorrow.

Tube maintenance workers to go on 72 hour strike

Workers who maintain and upgrade Tube lines on London Underground are to strike for 72 hours next week in a dispute over pensions and benefits.

TfL slams minicab firm Addison Lee for instructing drivers to use bus lanes

London’s leading minicab firm has instructed its drivers to risk fines of up to £1,000 by using the capital’s bus lanes.

Tube maintenance staff to go on strike, says RMT

Workers who maintain and upgrade Tube lines on London Underground have voted to go on strike in a dispute over pensions and benefits.

Power cut hits 90,000 after blaze

A blaze at a goods yard which ran underneath an electricity line caused almost 90,000 properties to be without power this afternoon.

Fanny Blankers-Koen, left, wins the 200m at the 1948 London Olympics; her name on the commemorative Tube map will replace either Mary Decker or Zola Budd

Fanny takes the Tube: new London victory for the Flying Dutchwoman

Protest sees Blankers-Koen promoted to Transport for London's Olympic map

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