Alleged ISIS Terror Plot Foiled in London Four men have been arrested in London under the apparent suspicion of planning a terror attack on the mainland.
Mortgage curbs ‘will damage housing market recovery outside London’ George Osborne’s cap on borrowings, such as squeeze on loan-to-income ratio, judged a ‘retrograde step’ by experts.
Water cannon won’t stop riots in London says Nick Clegg Deputy PM thinks London mayor is being ‘fanciful’ if he thinks lumbering, expensive secondhand equipment will stop disorder.
Losing Ukip councillor blames poor London polls on ‘cultured elite’ Suzanne Evans says, unlike Ukip, capital’s young educated population can’t understand heartache felt by rest of country.
Ukip results reveal divide between London and rest of England Experts estimate Ukip has polled just 7% in the capital, compared with more than 20% in the rest of the country.
Londoners do not believe minimum wage is enough to live on in the capital Survey of 2,200 people across London found that two-thirds of lower-income Londoners have seen standard of living fall.
Tube strike brings disruption to millions of London commuters Conservatives call for tougher strike laws after walkout stops most of tube running and brings delays to roads and trains.
David Cameron to demand EU treaty reform to ‘save’ City of London Prime minister to tell Angela Merkel and François Hollande he wants cast-iron legal protections for UK financial sector.
Compensation claims for London riots damage remain unpaid says Labour Steve Reed, shadow Home Office minister, says only a sixth of sum claimed has been repaid with 130 claims still outstanding.
London ‘slave’ group went from figures of fun to tiny underground commune Workers’ Institute of Marxism-Leninism-Mao Tsetung Thought deplored Soviet ‘scum’ and regarded Britain as a fascist state.