Defy Theresa May on Brexit or you’ll be punished, Sadiq tells London Tories

The 11 London Tory MPs who backed Remain should vote to stay in a customs union or risk the party being punished at the ballot box for Brexit, Sadiq Khan said today. The [Read entire story]

M25 crash: Two women killed and girl, 10, fighting for life after HGV smash near Waltham Abbey

Two women were killed and a girl aged 10 left fighting for life in hospital after an HGV crash on the M25. The accident happened at 11.20pm last night near Waltham Abbey [Read entire story]

Two men stabbed to death in one night – as London sees seven gun and knife deaths in six days

Two men have been knifed to death on another night of bloodshed in London. Seven people have now been murdered in stabbings and shootings in the capital since last [Read entire story]

When do the clocks change in 2018 in UK and what is British Summer Time?

Summer is just around the corner and clocks will soon go forwards as the UK switches to British Summer Time (BST). Days will grow longer until Midsummer's Day on June [Read entire story]

Hundreds of schools across UK hit by hoax bomb threats

Schools in London were among hundreds up and down the country which were evacuated due to a mass bomb threat. More than 400 schools and colleges across the UK received the [Read entire story]

UK weather news live: More snow expected across parts of Britain as ‘mini-beast from the east’ continues to wreak havoc

 Motorists driving with snow on the roof of their cars could be in danger of a fine if caught by police. Drivers must "remove all snow that might fall into the path of other road users", according to section 229 of the [Read entire story]

UK weather forecast latest: roads closed and flights cancelled due to ‘mini beast from the east’

Drivers in the south west of England are being warned of chaos on the roads caused by the 'mini beast from the east' weather front. Motorists were left stranded on the A30 [Read entire story]

St Patrick’s Day Parade 2018: Londoners transform capital into sea of green as thousands descend on capital for annual event

Central London was transformed into a sea of green as thousands of revellers celebrated the annual St Patrick's Day Parade. Crowds dressed up as a colourful procession of [Read entire story]

North London teacher Andria Zafirakou becomes first UK winner of $1m international teaching prize

A north London teacher at an inner-city school has become the first ever UK winner of the Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, which is worth $1m (£717,000). Andria [Read entire story]

Revealed: The Tube lines with the most signal failures and delays

District line Tube passengers are hit by more delays sparked by signalling problems than on any other line, the Standard can reveal. Commuters on the route have lost 228 [Read entire story]