Sainsbury’s is to round off its 150th birthday celebrations by unveiling a Christmas advert harking back to its roots in 1869, in the hope of enticing new customers over the vital holiday period.
Hillary Clinton has said a lot of “grown up male leaders” are scared of teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg.
The Piccadilly Theatre in London’s West End will re-open on Monday after a burst pipe caused part of its ceiling to collapse, injuring several people.
A teenager has been charged with the murder of an 18-year-old man at a knife awareness course in west London.
A teenager who was fatally stabbed while attending a knife awareness course in west London has been named by police.
A murder investigation has been launched after a teenager was stabbed to death in west London.
The father of Girl Scout Jodie Chesney shouted “We got them” as two teenage drug dealers were found guilty of her murder.
Two drug dealers have been found guilty of killing innocent Girl Scout Jodie Chesney.
A theatre in London’s West End has been evacuated after part of its ceiling collapsed during a show.
A police officer has suffered leg and neck injuries after her vehicle was rammed as she tried to stop a car in north-west London.
More than two thirds of hotel industry investors say Brexit has made regional UK cities less attractive.
A London tenant was left unable to warm his house up after his landlord put the thermostat in a cage.
A bus travelling from Paris to London has crashed in northern France leaving 29 people injured, including five people with serious injuries.
A 310-year-old antique violin worth £250,000 which was stolen from a train in London has been returned to its owner with no damage.
Hundreds of pro-democracy protesters have marched through central London, urging the UK Government to act over its “historic, moral and legal” responsibility over Hong Kong.
Megabus has launched six new bus services from Aberdeen to London.
Hidden cameras found in the toilets of a north London primary school had been there for five years, parents have been told in a letter.
The Duchess of Sussex donned an apron as she helped celebrate the opening of a bakery for vulnerable women in north London.
A man from Latvia has completed the five-year task of cycling every single street in the centre of London, and said the experience has made him feel “part of the city”.
The London Fire Brigade breached national guidelines by failing to adequately prepare for the Grenfell Tower fire, a damning report has concluded.
The public inquiry’s first report into the Grenfell Tower fire will be officially published on Wednesday, two days after those directly affected were given a first look.
The time it takes to sell properties in UK cities has hit a three-year high as Brexit uncertainty continues to strangle the housing market.
Cate Blanchett stepped out with style at the Harper’s Bazaar Women Of The Year Awards.
A professional musician has said it was “devastating” to lose his antique violin worth £250,000 after he left it on a train.
The government is going ahead with its preparations for a no-deal Brexit by activating measures to manage traffic on Kent’s motorways despite the EU considering an extension.
Police have charged a man with robbery after he was filmed being tackled by members of the public during a ram-raid on a jewellery store in west London.
An Orkney knitwear designer is celebrating national success as her signature blankets become the latest spectacle of a prestigious London museum.
Nearly 1,000 people are expected to walk across central London overnight on Saturday to raise awareness of suicide.
The London Eye has rotated backwards for the first time in its history to mark the end of British Summer Time (BST).
New work celebrates life and letters of Egyptologist who paved the way for Howard Carter’s expedition
He was the man who deciphered the Egyptian hieroglyphs and paved the way for the unearthing of such remarkable treasures as the lost tomb of Tutankhamun.
A museum dedicated to vaginas has been granted an alcohol licence despite residents’ concerns it could attract “rowdy” stag and hen parties.
Moray members of climate protest group which caused chaos in London reflect on ‘powerful experience’
Members of the Forres branch of the Extinction Rebellion group say that staging controversial climate change protests in London was a "powerful experience".