Parsons Green stabbing: Boy, 16, charged with murder of Omid Saidy after stabbing outside Tube station

A 16-year-old boy has been charged with murder after a young man was stabbed to death outside Parsons Green Tube station. Omid Saidy, 20, was killed outside the west London [Read entire story]

Eighty per cent of London councils are at risk of major cyber attack, security experts warn

Most of London's councils are not protected from cyber attacks, new research has revealed. Major phishing scams pose a huge risk to 82 per cent of local authorities which [Read entire story]

Tuk-tuk coffee cart shunted down the road by thieves found destroyed in east London

A tuk-tuk coffee cart stolen by three thieves who shunted it through the streets with their car has been found stripped of its appliances and defaced with explicit graffiti. [Read entire story]

Commuters hail innovative new technology trial showing how busy London Overground trains will be

Commuters today hailed an innovative new scheme designed to show London Overground passengers how busy their trains will be.  The software, which Transport for London [Read entire story]

East London head apologises after pupils told to dress as slaves for black history month

The headteacher of a primary school has apologised after children were asked to come to school dressed as slaves in “dirty and worn out” clothes for Black History Month. [Read entire story]

London weather: More Saharan dust to descend on capital as health warning issued

A health warning has been issued with Saharan dust that descended on London set to return later in the week. A bizarre “red sun” was seen over the capital and other parts of [Read entire story]

Racism row over petition to stop Islamic centre being opened in Golders Green Hippodrome

Community leaders today said an Islamic centre inside Golders Green Hippodrome “should be welcomed” as thousands of residents signed a petition against the building’s status being changed to “place of worship”.  [Read entire story]

London fire chief calls for ban on the ‘outdated’ term ‘firemen’ because it puts women off joining profession

The head of the London Fire Brigade has condemned the use of the word "firemen" as "outdated" and said it should be scrapped to encourage more women to enter the profession. [Read entire story]

Harvey Weinstein: Met Police investigates three more allegations of sexual assault against disgraced producer

Scotland Yard are investigating three more allegations of sexual assault against shamed film producer Harvey Weinstein. Another woman, whose identity cannot be revealed, [Read entire story]

Jeremy Corbyn: Government failing in Brexit negotiations and risking ‘UK jobs meltdown’

Jeremy Corbyn has warned that Tory infighting over Brexit is putting Britain on a path to "economic disaster". Accusing the Government of "failing" in exit negotiations, he [Read entire story]