Mayor of London Sadiq Khan receives his first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, administered by Dr Sue Clarke, at Mitcham Lane Baptist Church in South West London this morning

London Mayor Sadiq Khan gets his first Covid vaccine

London Mayor Sadiq Khan obtained his first coronavirus jab right now as he urged fellow Londoners to comply with swimsuit because the capital lags behind the remainder of Britain within the rollout.... Read more »

Asylum seeker brings case against Covid ‘curfew’ at London hotel | UK news

Asylum seekers in lodges are being subjected to false imprisonment and a 23-hour a day curfew, based on a authorized problem lodged within the excessive courtroom. An asylum seeker, who can’t be... Read more »
London art: Capital leads the way in post-pandemic outdoor art boom

London art: Capital leads the way in post-pandemic outdoor art boom

A west London artwork pageant is main the best way in a brand new wave of public artwork reworking the excessive avenue. Empty store home windows in Kensington Excessive Road and Notting... Read more »
A 16-year-old boy was mortally wounded in a stabbing attack on the Preston Road in Wembley, north west London shortly before midnight. Police confirmed the victim died in hospital early this morning

Murder probe launched after boy, 16, stabbed in Wembley

Police launch homicide probe after boy, 16, is stabbed to loss of life in north-west London A 16-year-old boy was stabbed in north west London late on Thursday night time  The sufferer... Read more »
Charlton Athletic boss wants officials to be strong in Gillingham match – South London News

Tooting nursery founder and brave charity fundraiser dies just days after being made an MBE aged 96 – South London News

By Rhiannon Du Cann The founding father of the Eveline Day & Nursery Faculties and MBE, Maria Keaveney-Jessiman, has died aged 96.  Maria, a Wimbledon resident, was awarded an MBE for her... Read more »
London bus workers to strike against attacks on pay

London bus workers to strike against attacks on pay

MORE than 2,000 London bus drivers will strike subsequent week towards assaults on pay at three subsidiaries of French-owned transport large RATP. The Unite union accused the corporate at present of utilizing the... Read more »
Don Hoskins at the piano

Liverpool approach Declan Rice’s agent over potential transfer

Liverpool are reportedly within the hunt for West Ham United star Declan Rice.  The England worldwide has been closely linked with a return to Chelsea ever since he established himself as a... Read more »
Watch Tesco worker takes down ‘knifeman’ wrestling with police in Pinner

Watch Tesco worker takes down ‘knifeman’ wrestling with police in Pinner

T his the heart-stopping second a Tesco store employee takes down a knife-wielding man as he wrestles with police in the course of a busy excessive avenue. The person was floored with... Read more »
A seal has been spotted catching its supper in the River Thames despite having fishing hook, line and sinker lodged in its mouth

Seal seen in River Thames with fishing hook lodged in its mouth

Seal is noticed catching its supper within the River Thames in London regardless of having fishing hook, line and sinker lodged in its mouth Aquatic mammal has been swimming close to Teddington... Read more »
London Covid: As cases fall, the figures that show the city's hospitals are still under immense pressure

London Covid: As cases fall, the figures that show the city’s hospitals are still under immense pressure

Hospitals throughout London are remaining vigilant because the variety of Covid circumstances start to drop. It comes because the variety of sufferers with Covid in London hospitals fell by 26 per cent... Read more »