Woman soldier becomes first female officer to command troops for changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace | London

A woman soldier has spoken of her immense pride at becoming the first female officer to command troops guarding the Queen at Buckingham Palace.Captain Megan Couto, 24, has been given the prestigious role of Captain of [Read entire story]

Things To Do This Weekend In London: 1-2 July 2017

Things to do this weekend is sponsored by Alexandra Palace All weekend Gluten Free FestivalFOOD FESTIVAL: Bask in the sunshine and sample a range of delectable treats as this walking banquet of gourmet traders descend on [Read entire story]

Victor Wanyama Street in Tanzania axed after a day

Image copyright Victor Wanyama/Instagram Image caption Wanyama posted a photo on his Instagram account and [Read entire story]

Grenfell Tower fundraiser axed over bashment music race row

A fundraiser for Grenfell Tower victims has been postponed after the venue objected to bashment music being played, claiming it would attract a “poor quality demographic”.Trapeze Bar in Shoreditch was due to host the [Read entire story]

Guy’s Hospital receives £1.8m gift for bladder cancer research [26 June 2017]

A major donation to fund research into a cancer that kills 15 people every day in the UK is set to benefit patients at Guy's and St Thomas'. The money is being donated in memory of Graham Roberts who died of bladder [Read entire story]

Diesel drivers in central London hit with £2.45 ‘D-charge’ bill | London

Drivers of diesel cars are being hit with an extra £2.45 charge to park in parts of central London.In a push to tackle toxic air pollution, Westminster council launched a trial of the “D-charge” in the areas of Hyde [Read entire story]

BP Portrait Award Is Back – But It’s Much The Same

Tabish Khan BP Portrait Award Is Back - But It's Much The Same BP Portrait Prize, National Portrait Gallery 2 A 'double portrait' of the artist's wife who was eight months [Read entire story]

Finsbury Park attack: A minute’s silence held for victims

Image copyright AP A minute's silence has been held across the country to remember the victims of last week's van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque. A [Read entire story]

‘Army of marshals tried to force me out of Camden flat’, pensioner says

A pensioner who is refusing to leave her home on the Chalcots estate today claimed her car was towed away to force her out and accused Camden council of deploying an “army” of  security marshals. Rajwant Ludher, who [Read entire story]

Minute’s silence to remember the victims of the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque | London

A minute's silence is being observed at midday around Britain to remember the victims of the van attack near Finsbury Park Mosque last week.A van ploughed into worshippers leaving Ramadan prayers at the north London [Read entire story]