Fourteen serving and former Met officers and a community volunteer have been recognised in the King’s New Year Honours for their achievements and long service

  Detective Inspector Jonathan Mearns, Counter Terrorism Command – Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) Phillip Collins, retired detective inspector – Member of the Order of the British Empire... Read more »

Long delays on the M2 motorway in Kent after second serious crash within hours of the London bound motorway reopening – UKNIP

A major clear-up operation involving National Highways and contractors is taking place hours after the London-bound carriageway, was reopened. The clear-up is taking place just outside Medway services in the same section... Read more »

Engine trouble — Is Hancock Italian? — A long old Mone – POLITICO

Press play to listen to this article Voiced by artificial intelligence. Presented by SSE. By EMILIO CASALICCHIO PRESENTED BY Send tips here | Subscribe for free | Listen to Playbook and view... Read more »

Kim Little exclusive interview: Arsenal captain says women’s football has long way to go despite Euros success | Football News

Despite being Scottish, there was no stopping Kim Little from supporting England in their generation-defining Women’s Euros triumph. “I’m loyal to my Arsenal team-mates!” the Gunners captain tells Sky Sports when asked... Read more »

TfL long term funding settlement

Following my statement to the House on 13 July (2022), I am writing to update the House that today we have agreed a new longer-term funding settlement between Transport for London (TfL)... Read more »

National Drought Group agrees further steps to manage drought now and in the long term

The National Drought Group (NDG), made up of senior decision-makers from the Environment Agency, government, water companies and key representative groups met today (23 August) under the chairmanship of Sir James Bevan,... Read more »

Difficult start for Dagenham & Redbridge but long way to go

Published: 8:52 AM August 20, 2022 Undeniably it’s been a difficult start to the season, just two points from the opening three games, but there are 43 games to go.  That’s my... Read more »

Long read: How e-bikes will revolutionise commuting in London

I tried the Volt Pulse LS e-bike for two weeks, determined to find out whether it could tempt me to make all my journeys around London by bicycle. My bike is a... Read more »

Impacts of long Covid in north east London exposed in report

Published: 3:00 PM July 27, 2022 Finding life less enjoyable and struggling to take part in hobbies are among the impacts of long Covid among north east londoners, according to a new survey.  Compiled... Read more »

Temperatures soar as long heatwave possible for parts of UK

The UK has begun to sizzle in a “relatively long spell” of hot days and “sticky” nights, as a heatwave begins for much of the country, the Met Office has said. It... Read more »