If residential patterns and urban areas vary, so too must the story of gentrification.
“Uber’s approach and conduct demonstrate a lack of corporate responsibility in relation to a number of issues which have potential public safety and security implications.”
On Monday, five US and British government sources said it was possible that the attack was “inspired” by ISIS via its extensive array of internet-based propaganda.
The 21-year-old man was arrested in the west London suburb of Hounslow just before midnight on Saturday, the Metropolitan Police force said.
The police said they were keeping an open mind as to whether more than one person was involved in the Friday morning attack on a packed train in west London.
The Metro newspaper reported that passengers had suffered facial burns from a blast and others had been hurt in a subsequent stampede.
This week, the Time Machine recounts how an unidentified serial killer terrorised the Whitechapel district of London in 1888.
The doctor is accused of 65 counts of assault by penetration and 52 allegations of sexual assault.
A British court on Monday rejected an attempt by a former Iraqi general to bring a private prosecution against former Prime Minister Tony Blair over the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Britain announced a fire safety review on Friday after tests post last month’s deadly tower block blaze in London found a cladding system used on 82 buildings breached regulations.
The BBC said Kensington and Chelsea Council and the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation have been informed by the police that there are grounds to suspect that they may have committed the offence.
The 16-year old boy’s charges include grievous bodily harm, possession of an item to discharge a noxious substance and robbery.
Weeks after the blaze, neither the companies involved in cladding the tower nor the local authority enforcing building codes have spoken about the test or its outcome.
If the pro-British unionists and Irish nationalists don’t reach some sort of compromise soon, London will take control of North Irish affairs, and may call regional elections again.
At least 80 people are dead, or missing and presumed dead, from the inferno that gutted Grenfell Tower.
Five decades after transforming the way people obtain and use cash, the world’s first ATM was turned into gold to celebrate its anniversary.
Activists are demanding justice for Grenfell Tower fire victims as part of a broader movement to narrow economic and racial divides.
In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower blaze the residents were asked to evacuate their homes after failed fire safety checks, as a “mitigating action”.
The incident comes three months after a man drove a car into pedestrians in the same area. The House of Commons has asked people to remain vigilant.
Members of the Sikh Sewa Organisation, which provides meals for the homeless, said they had to flee for “their own safety” after far-right activists became “abusive” towards them.
The Mayor’s office responded by saying that the tweet, which criticised the Mayor’s response to the attacks, was taken out of context.
Militants drove a van at high speed into pedestrians on London Bridge before stabbing Saturday night revellers on the street and in nearby bars.
On Twitter, the airline said it would run a full schedule at Gatwick and a long-haul schedule from Heathrow along with large numbers of short-haul service.
Last night’s terrorist attack in Manchester reveals the challenges facing European intelligence and security services in preventing people who use everyday things like cars to cause mayhem.
A sudden change in the currency with which old debts to the colonies had to be paid helped Britain consolidate its status as a financial centre
The woman, Andreea Cristea, a Romanian national, had been visiting London at the time of the attack.
The attack was the deadliest in UK since 2005, when 52 people were killed by Islamist suicide bombers on London’s public transport system.
At least a dozen people have been injured in the attack that police are treating as a terrorist incident.
Black money may be funnelled away in tax havens, but it is all controlled out of London, where Indian and other billionaires are happy to be based.
WHO said that the pathogens have built-in abilities to find new ways to resist treatment and can also transfer genetic material that allows other bacteria to become drug-resistant.
Several countries including long-standing US allies like UK and Germany spoke out against Trump’s order calling the measure discriminatory and divisive.
When pollution is bad, we have to be more informed about the problem in advance and promote programs that avoid, improve, shift – just the way fuel is burnt in the city.
Newspapers depict young women as “the public face of binge drinking” which leads to women being judged more harshly for drunken behaviour than men.
The park provides a blueprint for the transformations taking place in public spaces across the city under the guise of development.
“These emerging findings raise difficult questions about whether ethnic minority communities are getting a fair deal in our justice system,” said the head reviewer.
The document shows that May is trying to control key Brexit questions herself while her senior ministers are divided and the civil service is in turmoil.
Prosecutors questioned the WikiLeaks founder regarding allegations of committing rape in Sweden in 2010. He has been held in London for four years.
Describing the election of real estate magnate Donald Trump as US President and Britain’s vote to leave the EU as proof that “change is in the air”, May said Britain should not shy away from making the case for globalisation.
The British government pledged to share information with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, although the commitment is targetted at Scotland in particular.
Demonstrators chanted “Whose streets? Our streets” and “One solution, revolution” as they marched accompanied by police.