London

The channel for anyone interested in the vibrant city of London.

spinner

London news: Hillingdon Hospital A&E CLOSED after coronavirus panicAN NHS hospital in the Prime Minister's constituency has been forced to shut its doors to emergency admissions this morning due to a spike in coronavirus cases.

Express.co.uk Shared .

London, Ont., mayor's task forces move towards post-coronavirus recovery plansThe two task forces were initially started by Mayor Ed Holder in response to the pandemic to look at how to help Londoners and local businesses impacted.

980 CFPL Shared .

Men arrested as 11 adults and £75,000 in cash found in Enfield modern slavery raid'It was crucial police intervention took place in order to protect those we believe are being exploited and arrest those suspected of forcing them into labour'

My London Shared .

21 arrested after massive police raids target drug dealing ring in NewhamMet Police officers executed the warrants after an eight-month long investigation into crimes in the area prompted by complaints from the local community.

My London Shared .

2018 revisitedTuesday 16 January 2018. Towards Albert Bridge. North-side of the Thames away from Battersea Bridge.

Through The Round Window Shared .

Murder investigation launched after teenager stabbed to deathA 18-year-old boy has been stabbed to death in south London. Police were called to Seeley Drive in Dulwich at about 6.30pm.

Evening Standard Shared .

West Dulwich murder: Updates after teenager stabbed to deathPolice are attempting to find his next of kin.

My London Shared .

Ryanair finally gives disgruntled holidaymakers an update on refundsSome frustrated holidaymakers who's flights were cancelled in April are still waiting for their refunds - only around 50 per cent of claims for April were cleared by the end of June, reports BirminghamLive.

My London Shared .

How coronavirus hit Holloway businessesJust a few months ago in Holloway, the streets were densely packed, with customers roaming in and out of shops freely as they pleased with not a care in the world.

Ryan Gray Shared .
Advertisement Google Ad Network

The Fast Train from ParisAll I can seem to do during this time of COVID-19 and quarantine is dream about the places I have been and the places I will go.

Traveling Charley Shared .

Young Leaders FundClick the link below if you would like to support the Young Leaders.

London Hacks Shared .

TUI warns of major changes to holidays that may result in more cancellationsThe company has created a Holiday Promise to assure customers they're safe and that their holiday will be stress free, and this promise includes the rule that TUI won't take you on holiday to anywhere where you'll have to quarantine on arrival in the country or when returning home.

My London Shared .

Interview: Peter GodwinThe '80s Synthpop Singles World Cup 2020. Only weeks ago, Peter released a new single — "You!"

Parklife DC Shared .

Uber Boat: Ride-Hailing App Will Launch River Services This SummerUber Boat is coming to the Thames, as the ride-hailing app has launched a new partnership with Thames Clippers to run river services.

Secret London Shared .

Bow crane collapse: Person confirmed dead after crane falls onto terraced housingFour other people were treated after being rescued from the rubble, with two taken to hospital with head injuries.

My London Shared .

The fascinating history of London's cholera epidemic and the doctor who found its disgusting causeCholera claimed thousands of lives during repeated outbreaks in Victorian London.

My London Shared .

Historic Fulham Town Hall will become stunning 90-room 'boutique' hotel where you'll be able dine in splendourBut blueprints show that the first-floor committee rooms and concert hall will become a co-working office space, and a public restaurant will face Fulham Road on the ground floor.

My London Shared .

Two more charged in investigation into raid on Tamara Ecclestone's London homeTwo men have been charged with conspiracy to burgle as part of an investigation into a raid on heiress Tamara Ecclestone's London home.

Evening Express Shared .

Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich reopens for summer 2020Visitors can safely check out the grounds, Painted Hall, and other buildings of the iconic Greenwich attraction.

Memoirs Of A Metro Girl Shared .

How Tony Pidgley built LondonBerkeley Group founder Tony Pidgley was, along with Sir Lawrie Barratt, one of the two giants of modern housebuilding - an industry they both, in differing ways, were largely responsible for fashioning.

Property Week Shared .

Birdbox: These Cosy Little Cabins Are Available To Book Or BuyRetreat from the world with these incredible little cabins, as you can reserve a Birdbox that overlooks a Norwegian fjord for a dramatic escape.

Secret London Shared .

What is the Thames Water Tower sitting in the middle of Holland ParkIt's hard to miss an 18m glass covered tower on a busy London road, but for as many people who have seen Thames Water Tower, very few actually know what it does.

My London Shared .

Surreal BeautyTotal Distance Travelled: 598.76kms Days to holiday: supposedly 286 Days in Lockdown: 20 When I find a quote for this chapter, I will add one.

My Cycling Holiday Challenge Shared .

Lorna Smith obituaryOther lives: Civil servant who ran the international Judy Garland fan club.

The Guardian Shared .
Advertisement Google Ad Network

This Captivating Online Talk Will Explore How The Mind Can Heal The BodyFancy learning about something that isn't social distancing and flattening the curve? We feel you.

Secret London Shared .

Doctors found tumours weighing as much as 30 basketballs in Croydon dadIt is thought the tumours, which weighed as much as 30 basketballs, had been growing inside Joe Grech for as long as 10 years before they were found.

My London Shared .

Fears over tracing Hillingdon Hospital patients who came into contact with infected staffPeter Curling, the opposition Labour leader on Hillingdon Council, reacted as the Pield Heath Road hospital confirmed it has temporarily shut its A&E department and emergency admissions after staff members had tested positive for the deadly virus.

My London Shared .

Inside the breathtaking steel house in Archway built under a 19th century railway bridgeThe walk to the station has to be unbeatable, but what about the noise? Of course, the brains behind the building, Undercurrent Architects, thought this through well in advance - incorporating an acoustic shell into the exterior to block out those noisy trains.

My London Shared .

Heathrow: How a huge Emirates plane was moved to a roundabout outside the airportIf you've ever been to Heathrow Airport, you probably noticed the huge Emirates plane stationed on the roundabout going into the airport.

My London Shared .

Police launch murder probe after teenager killed in south London stabbingThe Metropolitan Police has launched a murder inquiry after a teenager was stabbed to death in South London in broad daylight.

The Independent Shared .

Footage shows aftermath of crane collapsing on to building in east LondonA crane has collapsed on to a house in Bow, east London, trapping people inside.

The Guardian Shared .

'Heavy on some old classics' budget message fails to inspire London stocksLondon stocks failed to get any lift from Chancellor Rishi Sunak's budget message on Wednesday, described as disappointing by some, while banking giant HSBC...

MarketWatch Shared .

London Stamp Duty: How much homebuyers are set to save in each London boroughThe Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak has scrapped Stamp Duty on homes worth up to £500,000.

My London Shared .

Plans for school in West Kensington to be demolished and turned into 100 homesThe council also wants to build 30 new homes in Farm Lane, West Brompton.

My London Shared .

David Attenborough in appeal to save charity behind London ZooVeteran broadcaster and naturalist David Attenborough has appealed for donations to save the conservation charity behind two leading British zoos, London and Whipsnade, which has been hammered financially by the coronavirus pandemic.

Reuters Shared .

Coronavirus: 10 players and staff at Premiership clubs test positiveSix players and four non-playing members of staff have tested positive after the first round of Premiership Rugby's coronavirus testing.

BBC News Shared .

Coronavirus: Hillingdon Hospital shuts to emergencies after outbreakSeventy members of staff from Hillingdon Hospital in west London are self-isolating.

BBC Shared .

Sir David Attenborough warns Zoological Society of London faces 'extinction'Sir David Attenborough has warned that the Zoological Society of London risks "extinction" as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Evening Express Shared .

Bow crane collapse: Four injured and people trappedThe 20m crane crashed on to a development and houses in east London just before 14:40 BST.

BBC News Shared .

1-3 of ?I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. - Philippians 4:13 Have you ever looked at a structure and wondered what goes into it's erection?

MVAMV Shared .

Why farmers were driving loads of tractors around London todayCentral London is pretty much the last place you expect to get stuck behind a tractor.

My London Shared .

People trapped after crane collapses on houses in east LondonRescue operation under way after 20-metre-high crane falls on two houses in Bow.

The Guardian Shared .

London stabbing: Man stabbed to death in broad daylight as police launch investigationA MURDER investigation has been launched after an 18-year-old man was stabbed to death in broad daylight in South East London.

Express.co.uk Shared .

City Of London Police are not warning people about this scam claiming to involve banks and mobile network providersThis is not a real scam. Action Fraud posted in March about an almost identically worded post, stating that the content of the message was false and that City of London Police hadn't issued any such alert.

Full Fact Shared .

Camp Out This Summer At These Pop-up Glamping SitesCanopy and Stars, a platform that specialises in interesting and unique places to stay, has launched Camp Out, a host of pop-up glamping sites for this summer.

London On The Inside Shared .

Bow crane collapse: First pictures and video from the sceneThe London Ambulance Service and Metropolitan Police are also both on the scene, after receiving 999 calls about the incident on Wednesday, July 8 just before 3pm.

My London Shared .

Labour MP Dawn Butler closes Willesden constituency office after threats 'dramatically escalate'The former Labour frontbencher went to police last month after abuse for defending Black Lives Matter protests.

Evening Standard Shared .

MoJ cleaners to get full sick pay backdated to start of Covid-19 pandemicAnnouncement follows Guardian reports that cleaners felt pressure to work though they had symptoms of coronavirus.

The Guardian Shared .

TfL explains why you shouldn't be angry if someone is without a face mask on London UndergroundFace masks are now mandatory for using public transport in London.

My London Shared .

Things to Do This WeekendThere's lots of food and drink to be had, exhibitions to visit and shows to stream, so check out all these things to do this weekend.

London On The Inside Shared .

A Giant New Film Studio Is Set To Be Built In DagenhamDagenham is set to get a giant new film studio. A proposal was approved for the £110m project, set to be the biggest in London, to go ahead.

Secret London Shared .

Bow crane collapse: Police confirm 4 injured as firefighters work to rescue trapped peopleFire crews are working to release people trapped in the buildings, while there is a specialist 'hazardous environment' paramedic team at the scene.

My London Shared .

This Jamaican Bottomless Brunch Feast Really Packs A PunchIs Jamaican us crazy... We're nearing the end of a particularly dreary few months, so with bars and restaurants back serving joy-starved Londoners, we recommend heading out for a Jamaican feast that's sure to lift the spirits.

Secret London Shared .

Charlie Elphicke: Former Tory MP sexually assaulted woman and told her 'we're all it', court hearsAlleged victim ‘hysterical' after attack at Dover MP's family home, brother tells trial.

The Independent Shared .

London's Cereal Killer Cafes to close permanently 'due to Coronavirus'Two controversial London cafes famed for selling bowls of supermarket cereal to their punters will not reopen following the lockdown, citing the prolonged closure and industry uncertainty for the decision.

Evening Standard Shared .

News: Totally Thames 2020 celebrates river art and creativity around the worldTotally Thames 2020 is back for an uplifting festival celebrating the river at the heart of the city, which connects us to places far and wide.

From Page To Stage - And Everything In Between Shared .

TV ratings: Indy doubleheader, AustriaSince the subject of a prospective IndyCar and NASCAR doubleheader first came up, speculation has been rife about how successful it might be at raising the profile of both leagues.

RACER Shared .

Crane collapses on houses in London, leaving people trappedThe Ambulance Service said a number of crews and 'specialist resources' are at the scene in Watts Grove.

Sky News Shared .

Inside the stunning West London pub turned townhouse on the banks of the River ThamesSituated within the Chiswick conservation area on the picturesque and highly sought after Chiswick Mall, the 5,500 sq ft house has been owned for 35 years and has been lovingly renovated during this time.

My London Shared .

One dead after crane collapses on houses in east LondonAt least four others injured after 20-metre-high crane falls on two houses in Bow.

The Guardian Shared .

Woman dies after 20-metre crane collapses onto Bow houseA woman has died after a 20-metre crane collapsed onto two houses and a block of flats in Bow.

Evening Standard Shared .

Grenfell Tower inquiry: Lead fire consultant 'ignored' cladding emailTerry Ashton said he did not read an email from project architects detailing a planned cladding system because he was not the "primary recipient".

BBC News Shared .

Bouygues wins £250m London hospital expansionEvelina London children's hospital embarks on next phase of development plans.

Construction Enquirer News Shared .

Crane collapses slicing through houses and leaving people trappedTo view this video please enable JavaScript, and consider upgrading to a web browser that supports HTML5 video.

Metro Shared .

Bow crane collapse: Live updates as crane topples onto terraced house in East LondonFirefighters are working to free people trapped in a home - at least four people have been confirmed injured.

My London Shared .

Eurostar Trains Will Finally Run Direct from Amsterdam to London Later This YearPlans for the direct train route are back on track after delays in spring 2020.

Time Out London Shared .

6 Sustainable Swimsuits To Rock This SummerThere are swim brands who take sustainability seriously by using innovative recycled materials and ethical manufacturing processes.

London On The Inside Shared .

We Want Your Ideas // It's Time to Get InvolvedBehind the scenes, we've been brainstorming a few ideas about some things we can do online and some things we can hopefully do whenever social distancing is no more.

London Irish LGBT Network Shared .

EU 'ready to grant' City of London access to European markets after BrexitIn late June, however, Barnier had "rejected British proposals to smooth the City of London's access to European customers," according to the Financial Times, saying that "it wants to ban residence requirements for senior managers and boards of directors, to ensure that all essential functions remain in London" and that "it wants almost free...

The Brussels Times Shared .

Grenfell Tower fire engineer did not look at cladding plansAdvice that works would not raise fire risk was given without reading document, inquiry told.

The Guardian Shared .

New Eurostar Treaty Connects Amsterdam with LondonThe Netherlands will strengthen its ties with the United Kingdom through the direct high-speed train services, expected to be active and running later this year.

SchengenVisaInfo.com Shared .

Brutalist icons in wood and concreteFancy a model of a brutalist building made from actual concrete, or a lasercut wooden artistic picture of one?

Ian Visits Shared .

Victim tied up and assaulted by 3 men during burglary in West LondonA "quantity" of cash was stolen from the house on Westbrook Avenue and the suspects got away, and there has not yet been any arrests, the Metropolitan Police confirmed.

My London Shared .

This Virtual Whisky Masterclass Will Help You Become A Master BlenderPut your palate to the test and design your perfect whisky. Perfection is a wonderfully subjective thing: everyone has their own idea of what it should look like.

Secret London Shared .

Pret Has Launched A Dinner Menu And You Can Get It DeliveredWe've used Pret for an emergency dinner many times before but now the chain is doing dinners for real with the new Dinners by Pret menu.

London On The Inside Shared .

Crane collapses onto London house, leaving several trappedA crane has collapsed on to a house in east London leaving several people trapped inside.

The Independent Shared .

London coronavirus: The London boroughs likely to be hit worst by a second wave of Covid-19Researchers from Oxford have calculated how badly each borough would be affected.

My London Shared .

From a Former Butcher Shop, a London Couple Carves Out a New HomeRichard Travers and his partner, Andy Acres, meticulously renovated the store and transformed it into an elegant home.

WSJ Shared .

Outrage as 16,500 animals are dumped in LondonThere's worries that coronavirus and the financial downturn will have a serious impact on pet owners.

My London Shared .

Every Brit To Be Given 50% Discount To Eat Out To Help Save The Hospitality IndustryAll Brits will receive up to 50% off in discounts for eating out throughout the month of August, and also benefit from a huge slash in VAT.

Secret London Shared .

Scenes In The Square: Leicester Square's Free Cinema Sculpture TrailCelebrating the rich film history of both London and Leicester Square, Scenes in the Square is the free arts trail you need to visit!

Secret London Shared .

The Ugly, The Bad and The Good!One hundred yards later a hand goes out and two ladies ask for Gibson Square, it's the first ‘run' of The Knowledge.

Cabbie Blog Shared .

Honk if you're laughing: drive-in gigs aim to accelerate comedy industryWhile they wait for clubs to reopen, standups are returning to the stage in car parks, with audiences tuning in on the radio.

The Guardian Shared .

Stamp duty holiday: How will it work?The government has announced changes to stamp duty to help cut costs for anyone buying a home.

BBC News Shared .

London coronavirus: The reason London bus drivers don't have to wear face masksWhile the public have to wear them on buses, the drivers do not.

My London Shared .

One in 10 of London's young black males stopped by police in MayAbout 10,000 black males aged 15 to 25 were stopped and searched in a single month, MPs told.

The Guardian Shared .

Object Focus: Crafty CreationsAlthough I do enjoy visiting museums, I honestly just like staying home best , and one of my dreams has always been to acquire enough weird stuff to have my own museum.

Diverting Journeys Shared .

Tesco, Sainsbury's, Morrisons, Aldi and Asda shoppers who don't wear a face mask are given a blunt telling offOur readers have overwhelmingly supported the wearing of masks in shops being made compulsory.

My London Shared .

Elmers End crash live: Updates after car ploughs into drivewayFirefighters, paramedics and police are all at the scene.

My London Shared .

The latest coronavirus figures in Hillingdon as its hospital closes to emergency admissionsThere's been a small increase in cases in many parts of London recent weeks.

My London Shared .

Boris Johnson's local hospital closes to emergency admissions after Covid-19 outbreakHillingdon hospital says 70 staff isolating, with ‘a number' testing positive for coronavirus.

The Guardian Shared .

London weather: Exactly when the miserable weather will stop and London will enjoy glorious sunshine againAs restrictions on the coronavirus lockdown have started to lift, most of us are crossing our fingers for some warmer weather so we can make the most of time outdoors.

My London Shared .

Mei Mei Borough Market Adds Evening Dinner MenuBā, by chef Elizabeth Haigh at Mei Mei Borough Market, will be a Singapore-inspired evening menu.

Eater London Shared .

Coronavirus: Hillingdon Hospital shuts to emergencies after outbreakSeventy members of staff from Hillingdon Hospital in west London are self isolating.

BBC News Shared .

E-fit released after 3 teenagers robbed near grammar school in SloughPolice have released an e-fit of a person they want to speak to after three teenagers were robbed near to a grammar school in Slough.

My London Shared .

Hillingdon Hospital live: Updates as 70 staff isolate due to coronavirus outbreakA number of staff at the hospital have tested positive for the virus, Hillingdon Hospital NHS Trust confirmed.

My London Shared .

Art Travelling Is Back!I haven't been idle! As well as sending my new book proposal off to the publisher, completing the final stages of my PhD and preparing a new chapter for an edited collection, I've also read quite a few books and enjoyed a number of pleasant walks around an eerily quiet London.

THE ART TRAVELLER Shared .

More than 250 arrested in London over violence at protests and illegal raveDetectives have released CCTV images of those they continue to look for.

Sky News Shared .

Buying over renting could save £7,406 per month on a £10m London propertyIn London, based on current values per square foot in the high-end rental market, the average cost of renting a property worth £10m is £18,489 per month.

Mortgage Introducer Shared .

London knife crime: Huge knife found at Brent 'illegal rave'Police moved in to disperse the party last night on Coles Green Road, Brent, following reports from local residents.

My London Shared .

London Part 1: Old FavouritesLondon was second on my list of European destinations to visit. But in fact, I had wanted to visit London as much as I did Paris.

Big Picture Little Things Shared .

Met police apologise for handcuffing athlete Bianca WilliamsCommissioner says incident involving British athlete has been referred to watchdog.

The Guardian Shared .

Bianca Williams: Met apologises to sprinter over stop-and-searchDame Cressida Dick also says a senior officer will review the Met's handcuffing practices.

BBC News Shared .

The Londoner hotelA tall blue tower has risen on a corner of Leicester Square - a new cinema and hotel due to open shortly.

Ian Visits Shared .

Things to do at home this weekend in London both IRL and virtualThings to do this weekend in London including drive-in cinema, boat cruises, outdoor markets, IRL exhibitions and online events for those staying home.

London Resident - Culture Shared .

Kingly Court Restaurants: Inside Soho's Fab Foodie CourtyardKingly Court in Soho, London, is home to 21 brilliant restaurants. We choose our favourite places to eat in the courtyard and discover the best bars.

Secret London Shared .

Croydon thug drove 240 miles to Hull to see his ex girlfriend before spitting in police officer's faceWhile in custody the 32-year-old, of Ruskin Road, became 'agitated and aggressive' and spat at an officer through the open shutter in the cell door, with spittle landing on the officer's beard, neck and clothing, Hull Live reports.

My London Shared .

Grant for theatre company breaking down barriers for disabled youthA theatre company which puts Deaf and disabled actors centre stage has been given a funding boost from London's largest independent grant-giver.

City of London Shared .

Queen's Official Residences ReopeningIf you've been wanting a little glimpse into life as a royal, you'll soon have your chance as Windsor Castle, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace, and The Queen's Galleries in London and Edinburgh are all re-opening this month, and you can book entry right now.

London On The Inside Shared .

Eric Dier: Tottenham midfielder given four-match ban for confronting fanTottenham midfielder Eric Dier has been given a four-match ban and fined £40,000 for climbing over seats to confront a fan after a match in March.

BBC News Shared .

London hospital in Boris Johnson's constituency closes A&E after coronavirus outbreak forces 70 staff to self isolateAn outbreak of coronavirus infections at a London Hospital in prime minister Boris Johnson's constituency has led to the closure of its accident and emergency department to emergency patients with 70 hospital staff now in isolation.

The Independent Shared .

Birds at the Wetland CentreOn my visit to the. Good for the birds, more tricky for me and my camera with a limited zoom.

Lily M Photography Shared .

Sign of the TimesI started this blog as part of my photography course at Morely College London. Sadly, the course was terminated early due to the Covid19.

PurpleMicrobe Through The Lens Shared .

London borough to bring repairs in houseA north London borough is set to bring all repairs services in house for its 23,000 council homes.

Inside Housing Shared .

Hillingdon Hospital shuts to emergency patients after coronavirus outbreak amongst staffIt is being reported that 70 members of staff at Hillingdon Hospital, in Uxbridge, have gone into isolation after symptoms were detected amongst some of them.

My London Shared .

Where to find the best views in LondonThere's nothing like seeing London's stunning skyline to help you fall in love with the city all over again - especially after months cooped up indoors during lockdown.

Evening Standard Shared .

London's famous Cereal Killer Cafe closed as lockdown means it 'isn't financially viable'The café sparked national controversy when it opened but has gone on to sell a million bowls of cereal.

My London Shared .

Uber to launch London commuter boat service with Thames ClippersUS firm will buy naming rights for fleet and piers, and users can book journeys on its app.

The Guardian Shared .

Creeper postpone UK tour including London date to 2021They've also upgraded their London show to O2 Forum Kentish Town.

My London Shared .

Stamp duty holiday: Top London areas for potential property tax savingsChancellor Rishi Sunak is today expected to announce a stamp duty holiday in a bid to reinvigorate the UK housing market following the coronavirus lockdown.

CityAM Shared .

Bournemouth v Tottenham HotspurPreview followed by live coverage of Thursday's Premier League game between Bournemouth and Tottenham Hotspur.

BBC News Shared .

The exhibitions you can see in London this summerAfter four long, dark months of lockdown, London's art scene is back in our lives with a handful of can actually visit in person.

Evening Standard Shared .

Four people injured and one missing after crane collapses into two houses in LondonThe London Fire Brigade says it is now trying to free people who became trapped in the wreckage after the 20ft crane collapsed at a building site in Gale Street, Bow, east London.

Mirror Shared .

Man found 'unresponsive' in Rectory Park in Northolt fights for life in hospitalMembers of the public tried to help the man in Rectory Park before ambulance crews arrived.

My London Shared .

Eurostar will launch direct Amsterdam-London service this yearEurostar currently runs a direct London to Amsterdam service but people travelling in the opposite direction must disembark in Brussels for immigration checks which lengthens journey time.

Euronews Shared .

Collapsed crane traps families in Bow, east LondonFirefighters were trying to free people trapped in their homes this evening after a large crane collapsed in east London, with four reports of injuries.

The Times Shared .

Circa Waves reschedule O2 Brixton Academy show to 2021The group will now headline O2 Brixton Academy on March 10 after being forced to postpone the show due to the coronavirus pandemic.

My London Shared .

London borough revises allocation policy following threat of court actionInside Housing, news, analysis, and comment about the social housing sector in the UK.

Inside Housing Shared .

9 annoying types of people you're guaranteed to meet on London Underground as lockdown easesThere are some types you're 100 per cent guaranteed to come across when you starting using the Tube again, both as a direct result of coronavirus or because people can just be very annoying on the Underground.

My London Shared .

Paris Will Get A Pop-Up Floating Cinema This Month, And You Know We Want One TooThe one-night only event is set to make a serious splash. Oh, Paris. Londoners have been known to throw many a covetous glance at the city of love over the years, and this summer, there's another reason to be green with envy.

Secret London Shared .

Staffordshire artist takes London estate as canvasA Staffordshire artist has been given a three month residency in London to mark the reopening of retail, dining and culture in the captial.

Harriet Evans Shared .

Millwall v MiddlesbroughLive coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Millwall and Middlesbrough.

BBC News Shared .

Wigan Athletic v Queens Park RangersLive coverage of Wednesday's Championship game between Wigan Athletic and Queens Park Rangers.

BBC News Shared .

Queen unlikely to return to London after Balmoral break with Prince PhilipQUEEN ELIZABETH is unlikely to return to London after summer as fears are raised for royal staff in the capital.

Express.co.uk Shared .

Horrendous damage caused to Metropolitan Police car covered in white paint in BrixtonA heartless vandal threw paint over a Metropolitan Police car while officers responded to an incident in Brixton.

My London Shared .

Polish or RussianAccording to Pam Fox, author of "The Jewish Community of Golders Green" a detailed and fascinating book published in 2016, Eagle Lodge was one of a number of mansion blocks built on the sites of former large villas with extensive grounds that used to line Golders Green Road.

Yamey Shared .

Man arrested after Southall crash on suspicion of drink drivingA woman was rushed to hospital after the crash near Southall train station.

My London Shared .

Bow crane collapse: One dead after crane falls on houses in east LondonA witness tells Sky News they saw the crane falling and "thought the world was ending" as it smashed into the roof.

Sky News Shared .

NoMad London to open in DecemberThe first UK NoMad hotel will open inside the former Bow Street Magistrates Court and Police Station in London and will mark the brand's first site outside the US.

Boutique Hotelier Shared .

London's Brixton Academy to host 360-degree virtual reality concertsBrixton Academy, one of London's most iconic music venues, is set to host a series of live virtual concerts.

The Independent Shared .

LONDON MARKET OPEN: Stocks Start Lower Amid Coronavirus WorriesAlliance News) - Shares in London were trading lower on Wednesday morning on fears that rising coronavirus numbers could slow the economic recovery.

MorningstarUK Shared .

Libreria BookstoreLibreria bookstore is possibly one of London's best kept secrets, if I could describe Liberia anything it would be either Aladdin's Cave of wonders or Ariel's undersea grotto of prized treasures.

The Never Ending Chronicles Of Jawahir The Bookworm Shared .

Step onto the property ladder in London's greenest borough with shared ownershipSO Resi's Ealing development is located in the heart of London's greenest borough, and offers a superb collection of new one, two and three-bedroom apartments.

My London Shared .

Senior council staff 'lobbied for paedophile to be allowed to foster'Senior figures at Lambeth Council lobbied for a convicted paedophile to be allowed to foster children in an angry showdown with a neighbouring local authority, an inquiry has heard.

Evening Standard Shared .

London crane collapse: One killed as houses crushed with people trapped insideONE person has died after a crane collapsed in east London at a building site, crushing two houses and a block of flats under development, as emergency services rushed to the scene.

Express.co.uk Shared .

London ad campaign could be a sign of things to comeHow do we begin again when we've lost so much? Ronel Lehmann has a pertinent example ‘It'll be just like.

CityAM Shared .

North Circular flooding live: Updates as road closed for third day due to burst water mainA burst water main has caused the major road to remain closed westbound.

My London Shared .

And we can't leave town cuz we're all locked downKeeping our sanity and perfecting our cocktail making skills. But there were lots of positives as well, we got to spend lots of extra time together that we would not have had otherwise and there seemed to be more time to do things we loved.

West End To Wellington Shared .

Irish Celeb Chef Adrian Martin To Open WildflowerHe's well known over in Ireland, having cooked in top kitchens, appeared regularly on the telly and released two cookbooks, and now Adrian Martin is taking on London with Wildflower.

London On The Inside Shared .

from Battersea Power Station to Barking RiversideMy final collection of 'Pictures of the Day' for your enjoyment with a brief explaination as to why I've chosen these.

The End Of The Line Shared .

Vintage Style Outdoor Festoon LightsVintage Style Outdoor Festoon Lights are ideal for decorating the garden if you are hosting a backyard soiree, an alfresco dinner party or an impromptu barbecue.

Homegirl London Shared .

London Public Art: AthenaThis tall grey lady just outside London City Airport is Athena, and she's also the tallest bronze sculpture in the UK.s.

Ian Visits Shared .

Diamond geezerOne of the many art projects in the Olympic Park was called Fantastic Factology. "A number of benches distributed throughout the Park will display plaques describing a fact."

Diamond Geezer Shared .

Hunters opens Central London office in AldgateNational estate agency Hunters has opened two new franchise branches, including one in Central London.

PrimeResi Shared .

One in eight young black males in London stopped by police in MayAbout 10,000 black males aged 15 to 25 stopped and searched, of whom 8,000 released with no further action.

The Guardian Shared .

LondonSo lots of people wonder when is the right time to take small children to large cities?

Ashley's World Travel Shared .

Subscribe to readNews, analysis and comment from the Financial Times, the worldʼs leading global business publication.

Financial Times Shared .

National Gallery first major London museum to reopen, will operate with reduced working hoursThe central London venue's daily hours have been reduced from eight to five.

The Economic Times Shared .

10 Ways to become more sustainable while living in LondonLiving in London can often feel a little isolating and can lack that community vibe so visiting our weekly market, seeing all the same friendly faces and having a good chinwag became so important to us.

The Vegan Londoner Shared .

Uber Boat launches on Thames in London for new summer commute optionUber has revealed its next step in dominating our transport lives by announcing a partnership with Thames Clippers that will see the river boats covered in Uber branding and the ability for passengers to buy tickets directly in the Uber app.

Evening Standard Shared .

UltramarineToday, I'm feeling a little low on energy. I've been cycling in the high heat and humidity, so am taking a couple of days off.

My Song Of The Day For Today Shared .

Jess Glynne Responds To Backlash Over Claiming She Was 'Discriminated Against' When Turned Away From Sexy Fish Restaurant In LondonJess Glynne has responded to the backlash from fans after claiming she was "discriminated against" by restaurant staff.

Capital Shared .

170-year-old protected tree axed at London Road cemeteryThe protected tree is thought to have been planted when the cemetery opened in 1847.

Coventrytelegraph Shared .

Book The Little Mermaid experience pop-up bar in LondonThe story of The Little Mermaid has been turned into an immersive bar experience, rife with underwater adventure and plenty of cocktails, and it's coming to London this September.

Stylist Shared .

London security firm hired for Weymouth Harbour contractDOOR staff in Weymouth say Dorset Council's decision to hire a London-based company to support the reopening of pubs is a 'slap in the face'.

Dorset Echo Shared .

second agency warns of sharp drop in rentsAnother agent reports huge surge in supply of London properties to let.

Letting Agent Today Shared .

What we don't know cannot hurt us. Can it?Another convoluted and suspenseful spy thriller from the master of the genre. John le Carré's new novel is based in the UK.

Deborahjs Shared .

When Will We Know Black Lives Matter?I don't believe that my life matters more. I don't accept what has gone before to be a way forward, I've shut that particular door of perception.

Calmcarl Shared .

Extended heat warning causing trouble for London, Ont., nearby farmersBut with plus 30 C temperatures daily for nearly two weeks, the heat has caused trouble for nearby farmers and nature as well.

980 CFPL Shared .

Crime scene in place after West London stabbing as man taken to hospital"He was treated at the scene before being taken to hospital. His condition has been assessed as non life-threatening."

Getwestlondon Shared .

Boris Johnson pays tribute to 7/7 bombing victims hailing London as city 'stronger than any hate-filled ideology'Boris Johnson today paid tribute to the spirit of London on the 15th anniversary of the 7/7 attacks as a city "stronger than any hate-filled ideology".

Evening Standard Shared .

Hunger Games — RACE and other social categories in public policy and beyondHungry for Justice: A Reflection of Society Authors: Snigdha Maddula, Claudia Lin, Taylor Miller, and Rachel Gwon Photo Courtesy Of: IMDb Setting the Scene Written by author Suzanne Collins, The Hunger Games is a story targeted towards mainly adolescents featuring Katniss Everdeen, a young, courageous figure who volunteers to enter in the annual...

Andrada's World Shared .

I missI miss walking into the chippy and being high-fived by the scent of fat and vinegar.

Everything I Know Shared .

London, Ont., police charge father of wanted suspect in Bill Horrace killing: policePolice say Trevor P. Gregory is a police officer with the Toronto Police Service and father of 22-year-old Keiron Gregory, a suspect in the murder of Horrace.

980 CFPL Shared .

What lockdown life is like for those living under the Heathrow Airport flight pathAs the coronavirus lockdown continues to have an impact on the number of flights at Europe's busiest airport, people living nearby have finally been enjoying a good night's sleep.

My London Shared .

Lewisham man sentenced for sexual activity with young girl'I hope that this sentence brings her and her family a measure of comfort and closure to move on'

My London Shared .

The Coronavirus Diaries, 7th July 2020Two days, two walks, two pubs, two glasses of draught cider, one exhibition. This morning I went to Bloomsbury on a nearly empty bus, walked to the Oxfam bookshop through nearly empty streets, walked down to the Strand through a nearly empty Covent Garden and caught a nearly empty bus home to a much busier...

Isobel (and Cat)'s Blog Shared .

Shirley Oaks: Social services asked to be lenient with sex abuserAn inquiry into sexual abuse hears from witnesses who were in care between the 1930s and the 1970s.

BBC News Shared .

The names of 113 Londoners charged as part of huge Met Police serious crime operationThe force says it is "the most significant operation" it has ever launched against alleged serious and organised crime and forms part of the National Crime Agency's.

My London Shared .

Chiltern Railway driver investigated for London Underground near-miss after steaming past red signalThe Chiltern train had automatic brakes applied but the driver reset them and continued towards a Met line train on the same track.

My London Shared .

Why there are signs all over Uxbridge saying 'British Airways Betrayal'The notices are a dig at British Airways, a major employer in the area due to the close proximity to Heathrow Airport, and its reported proposals to fire members of staff before rehiring some on lower salary and terms and conditions of employment.

My London Shared .

Stuff I'm Loving // Summer 2020 // Magaidh EditionHello everyone! My name is Magaidh, and this is my first post on Joyfully You!

Joyfully You Shared .

EastEnders quiz: How well do you remember Syed Masood and Christian Clarke?Reckon you remember all there is to know about Syed Masood and Christian Clarke?

My London Shared .

Westminster Abbey set to reopen to visitors after four-month closureWestminster Abbey is set to reopen to visitors on Saturday after its longest closure since the Queen's coronation nearly 70 years ago.

Evening Standard Shared .

London crime: Man stabbed on a Hackney estate in broad daylightA man has been rushed to hospital after being stabbed on an East London estate.

My London Shared .

Chin Chin Ice Cream in the PostIce cream isn't something that travels particularly well - even getting it home from the shops before it starts to melt can be a challenge - but Chin Chin have managed to send the UK's first ice cream in the post and have it stay perfectly frozen thanks to some nitro magic.

London On The Inside Shared .

King's Screech: Timothy Spall hits out at building work 'cacophony'The actor and his wife Shane said they and their neighbours "deserve peace in our homes, and the freedom to open our damned windows"

Evening Standard Shared .

Man jailed for stabbing his victim four times in 'brutal attack' in HackneyA man has been jailed for stabbing another man four times in Hackney - causing the victim to spend several weeks in an induced coma.

My London Shared .

Karen, Julie and DavidDo you know Patsy Palmer's real name?

My London Shared .

FTSE 100 falters amid subdued sentiment in LondonThe FTSE 100 Index failed to hold on to Monday's gains today, despite a rally for stocks on Wall Street overnight.

Energy Voice Shared .

'This has shown how fragile we are'It's as the government has announced a £100 million support package for the arts.

My London Shared .

A Hot Summer Day With This Bichon Poodle Litter!What a muggy, sticky day here at Countryview Kennel! Whew, it is a warm one, but we definitely are not complaining since we had excellent weather to bring in our hay off of the fields.

Countryview Kennel 519-698-2784 Shared .

Islington mutual aid shows 'there is such thing as London society' during coronavirus crisisFor many people, the lockdown fell like a thick black curtain over the immediate future.

Islington Gazette Shared .

Merton Council is facing a £20million black hole in its budget due to coronavirusThe council leader is calling for the government to provide a 'comprehensive support package'

My London Shared .

Parents launch last-ditch attempt to save their kids' West London school from closureKingston Community School is due to close at the end of the month because of financial problems and low pupil numbers.

My London Shared .

'The impact of racism on the Grenfell Tower tragedy cannot be ignored'Survivors have asked the Public Inquiry to look at how it contributed.

My London Shared .

First picture of 'beautiful daughter', 13, killed in Barnet crash as parents pay tributeVictoria's 15-year-old sister also was present when crash occurred.

My London Shared .

Harry Hill offered job as doctor at NHS Nightingale hospital 30 years after quitting medicineHe had left the medical profession 30 years ago after working as a junior doctor.

My London Shared .

Croydon Council announces job cuts amidst £65m budget black holeCouncil leader Tony Newman says the government needed to support councils much better.

My London Shared .

NHS Staff Might Be Offered A Free Ibiza Holiday As A Thank You For Fighting CoronavirusIbiza could become the next holiday destination for all of our NHS workers. A new initiative plans to offer a free holiday to the sunny island for healthcare workers.

Secret London Shared .

London-born twins face deportation to different countriesTwins who were born in London and have never left the UK face deportation to different countries in the Caribbean where they have no close relatives, their families have told the Guardian.

The Guardian Shared .

Swift to Open in ShoredtichThe original Swift in Soho has re-opened and later this month the team will be flying into Shoreditch to open bar number two, on the site where Scout used to be.

London On The Inside Shared .

Watchdog challenges ruling on lethal force by UK firearms officersAppeal begun after quashed misconduct proceedings in case of Met marksman who shot dead civilian in 2015.

The Guardian Shared .

Manor House Once Part of a Vinegar Distillery Lists in London for £12 MillionThe seven-bedroom Georgian home lies in the south London neighborhood of Vauxhall. The detached property has a lavish interior, a two-bedroom detached annex and landscaped gardens.

Mansion Global Shared .

London crime: Ealing thug caught hiding a shotgun when police raided Southall homeMet Police also found cocaine in his home as well as a blank firing Glock gun.

My London Shared .

Jack And Beyond: Fulham Bakery With Bottomless Cake And ProseccoThis cute Fulham bakery, Jack and Beyond, are giving brunch a makeover. It's just as boozy, but now it's a whole lot more Bake Off, featuring endless cake!

Secret London Shared .

London crime: Ealing thug caught hiding a shotgun when police raided Southall homeMet Police also found cocaine in his home as well as a blank firing Glock gun.

Getwestlondon Shared .

Royal Free London appoints new chief nurse for groupOne of the largest NHS trusts in England has appointed a new chief nurse to lead the nursing and midwifery agenda across its multiple sites.

Nursing Times Shared .

London's property is height of fashion for Inditex tycoonThe Spanish billionaire behind the Zara fashion label has lifted his property portfolio to €15.2 billion after indulging further in his penchant for London's trophy office buildings.

The Times Shared .

London Underground stations that are actually in HertfordshireOf those 16, five are in Hertfordshire so it really makes the area the best place for commuters as well as those who just want to be able to go to the city easily.

HertsLive Shared .

Anti-Racism Photography FundraiserMore than 100 photographers from around the world have come together to help fight racism by contributing to a print sale to raise money for Black British charities The Black Curriculum, Black Minds Matter, and Exist Loudly.

London On The Inside Shared .

Cheese Crawl Of LondonWhat's the best way to get to know London? By touring all of its cheesiest parts on a cheese crawl, of course.

Secret London Shared .

I survived 7/7 and now campaign against terrorSajda Mughal OBECEO of women's charity JAN Trust, consultant and speakerTuesday 7 Jul 2020 4:56 pm.

Metro Shared .

Parts of London Underground should shut to halt spread of virus, say expertsIf you're one of the five million people who used the tube every day in the Before Times, you'll be less than pleased to know that the London Underground is one of the most polluted parts of our city.

Time Out London Shared .

New virtual clinic to support coronavirus patients in London, Ont.The clinic's goal is to provide recovering COVID-19 patients with a process they can use to self-monitor their health with access to virtual physicians.

980 CFPL Shared .

Prettiest Villages UK: 10 Of The Most Beautiful Villages In The UKWith staycations on our minds, we've looked up some of the prettiest villages in the UK for you to go explore this summer.

Secret London Shared .

London weather: Exactly when London is forecast to bask in 26C heatWhile we may have had a little more of both recently, there's been no major changes to the temperature in London for a while.

My London Shared .

Metropolitan Gallery of BariThe painting to the right, La siesta, by Francesco Netti, depicts a sensual orientalist scene inspired by a journey of the painter to Istanbul, displayed for the first time at the 1884 Exposition of Rome.

Travel, Good Food, Arts And More Shared .

When the Night ComesWhen a night comes A simple thought comes across my mind Asking who I really am In a desperation to find a definite answer I always bring it to my sleep With a hope that it won't be a source of my nightmare But rather will vanish away once I get up in the next...

Nprsty Shared .

TheDriveIn in Pictures: 'Isolation Entertainment' Arrives in LondonThe drive-in cinema in Pictures: Isolation entertainment arrives in London with @TheDriveIn on Blackheath and more drive-ins in north, south, east and west.

London Resident - Culture Shared .

Dagenham film studios plan approvedImage copyright Be First Image caption The new studios are due to be built on an industrial park on Yewtree Avenue, Dagenham.

BBC News Shared .

Canon-makingWhat is at stake in maintaining a canon? Who benefits from the continuous propping up of Shakespeare at the expense of newer and more diverse voices?

Notinourstars Shared .

Direct Eurostar services between Amsterdam and London to be launched later this yearDirect Eurostar services from the Netherlands to London will be launched later this year following new agreements on border procedures.

My London Shared .

Victoria Carson death: Parents of teenage girl killed in Barnet traffic collision pay tribute to 'beautiful' daughterThe parents of a teenage girl knocked down and killed by a car in north London have paid tribute to their "beautiful, generous" daughter.

Evening Standard Shared .

Pho and BunWith so many eateries to choose from in Chinatown, it's hard to know which ones to go to.

Fuel Your Body Happy Shared .

Jermaine Baker 'was complying with police' when shotJermaine Baker was killed as officers foiled a plot to free a prisoner in December 2015.

BBC News Shared .

Aman Vyas trial: Defendant 'attacked vulnerable women at night'Aman Vyas is charged with raping and killing Michelle Samaraweera 11 years ago.

BBC News Shared .

London house prices: The 5 best boroughs for single people looking for love to buy a homeWhether you're enjoying the single life, or wanting to settle down, here's where you should live.

My London Shared .

Here's what The Inbetweeners actor who played bully Mark Donovan looks like nowHenry Lloyd-Hughes looks worlds apart from his role as the school menace in the British sitcom.

My London Shared .

Arts of the UK 2020: Fuelling new opportunities for Black women writers through Burn BrightBuilding on their portfolio of initiatives for writers who identify as women, Burn Bright are also launching Connect, a series of online panel discussions over the summer, including a peer-topeer networking event for writers co-hosted by playwrights Dawn King and Matilda Ibini , a session on understanding your rights run by the Writers Guild,...

Bakchormeeboy Shared .

Arts of the UK 2020: Theatre Support Fund + launch face masks to continue to raise monies for Acting For OthersAfter tremendous success with ‘The Show Must Go On' t-shirt, The Theatre Support Fund + have designed a face mask of the same design which is now available to purchase from their website.

Bakchormeeboy Shared .

Bocconcino Has Re-opened With Unlimited Pizza For £20Taking inspiration from the traditional Giro-pizza experience in Italy, Bocconcino is offering UNLIMITED pizza for just £20 per person , running 12pm - 4pm on Saturdays and all day on Sundays.

London On The Inside Shared .

Arts of the UK 2020: World's Longest Running Play The Mousetrap To Re-Open In West End on 23rd OctoberThe brilliant thriller, which has played in London since 1952, is to re-open at the St. Martin's Theatre in accordance with the Government stipulations for Stage Four of the recently announced Road Map for the return of live theatre and music.

Bakchormeeboy Shared .

Arts of the UK 2020: West End stars unite for special Godspell 50th Anniversary concertJoseph Houston, Artistic Director of Hope Mill Theatre comments: "We are so honoured to be collaborating on this online concert celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the musical Godspell and to be using this opportunity to support not only our own venue, but the incredible work that Acting for Others and the National AIDS Trust are doing during...

Bakchormeeboy Shared .

Arts of the UK 2020: Old Royal Naval College reopens for summer 2020This Black History Month, the Old Royal Naval College will launch a timely exhibition aimed at understanding the diverse and intricate history of Greenwich and the Royal Hospital for Seamen.

Bakchormeeboy Shared .

EL&N: The Most Perfectly Pink Places For Coffee In LondonOnce known as Élan Café, EL&N now sports a proverbial empire of pink-hued coffee shops and bakeries around London.

Secret London Shared .

Review: Boyfriend Material by Alexis HallFrom the moment I saw the cover of Boyfriend Material, I wanted it. I don't think I'd even read the Arden St. Ives trilogy at that point, but of course after I had, I wanted to acquire Alexis Hall's entire backlist, so my desire to have this book went through the roof.

The Smut Report Shared .

Outrage as singer Jess Glynne describes rejection from London restaurant as 'pure discrimination'A North London singer described her rejection from a West End restaurant as "pure discrimination", leading to backlash from social media users.

My London Shared .

Pox populi: Georgian London as a haven for sexual diseasesThe diaries of Georgian Londoners have long suggested the city was a hotbed of vice and sex, but its becoming clearer just how widespread sexual diseases had become.

Ian Visits Shared .

Silent RoadsSilent Roads limpid morning liquid noon falling stars and swelling moon roaming foxes flitting bats passing faces passing steps real colours newborn light flowing hours breathing tide sweeping herons floating boats swelling meadows silent roads real flavour real sound real labour on the ground nimble hands and muddy boots curling vines and...

Christina Egan Shared .

London licensed Uber driver caught speeding with a fare on board by Roads Policing UnitThe driver of the black Toyota Prius was caught driving at excessive speeds on the M11 Harlow around midnight of 6 July.

TaxiPoint Taxi News Shared .

Buckingham Palace staff face job cuts amid speculation Queen will not return to London after summerThe Telegraph has seen an internal memo warning that Royal household 'may not be fully operational until 2021'

The Telegraph Shared .

How City, University of London is working to understand and address racial inequalityA message from Professor Zoe Radnor, Vice-President Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

City, University Of London Shared .

Silver Lining To Relaunch As The Uk's First Orange Wine BarHackney's Silver Lining, sister restaurant to bar Every Cloud next door, is relaunching as the UK's first orange wine bar.

London On The Inside Shared .

'There's something special in every show': 40 years at the stage doorHarry Gabriel, gatekeeper of London's Shaftesbury theatre, recalls greeting the stars, his bond with Peter O'Toole and how the Harlem Globetrotters launched his West End career.

The Guardian Shared .

London Luxury Rents Slump as Pandemic Puts Sellers on SidelinesRents in London's wealthiest districts are slumping as owners choose to lease their properties rather than sell into a sliding market.

Bloomberg.com Shared .

Hackney's Favourite Party Terrace Is Getting A Sizzling Bottomless BrunchThe Summer Terrace Bottomless Brunch brings BBQ, beats, and bottomless bubbles to Hackney.

Secret London Shared .

London coronavirus: Oxford Professor reveals why face masks are so important in stopping Covid-19 from spreadingThe paper, published by the British Academy and the Royal Society on Tuesday looks at behavioural factors behind wearing the masks, and face mask policies internationally - highlighting how far behind the UK compared to other countries.

My London Shared .

Lidl starts work on new Holloway supermarket where Marks and Spencer traded for 88 yearsThe store closed last summer despite an active campaign by Islington MP and then Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who called the loss of the retailer a "bitter blow" and held meetings with M&S management and Islington Council to attempt to save the store.

My London Shared .

Actor Johnny Depp's libel trial against The Sun opens in LondonThe star of the Pirates of the Caribbean begins legal action over a newspaper article that called him a 'wife beater'.

Al Jazeera Shared .