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New sleeper train links London to Stockholm in just one day
Skip the airport delays and take a scenic train journey instead. This epic new rail journey will take you from London to Stockholm in just 24 hours.
St Pancras’ space problem: What’s going wrong with the Eurostar?
The high-speed train is the most sustainable way of getting between the UK and European mainland, but has been beset by queues and delays in recent weeks.
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Ongoing chaos at Europe's airports is being made worse in some places by record high temperatures.
See London and Berlin’s busiest roads reimagined without cars
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Big cat gets a CAT scan at London Zoo for the first time
Vets at London Zoo arranged VIP treatment for their endangered Asiatic lion with earache.
This 25-year-old artist creates incredible drawings on a typewriter
James Cook, a 25-year old- artist based in London, creates incredibly detailed drawings using typewriters. But why does he choose to draw using this dated machine?
Climate activists get into a sticky situation in a London art gallery
Climate activists in London and Glasgow have glued themselves to famous pieces of art to call for an end to new fossil fuel projects in the UK
Largest ever exhibition of African fashion opens at London's V&A
A new exhibition titled 'Africa Fashion' tells the history of the continent's clothing, and showcases the best of contemporary designers.
UK fails to tackle Russian 'dirty money' despite sanctions — MPs
Corrupt money has continued to flow into the UK despite ministers' rhetoric about clamping down on kleptocrats, says an all-party parliamentary committee.
Heathrow passengers kick up a stink over mountains of smelly luggage
It is unknown whether it is holidaymakers' dirty laundry or smelly souvenirs that are causing the smell.
57 years unseen: Francis Bacon portrait of Lucian Freud goes on sale
The long unseen portrait of artist Lucian Freud by his close friend Francis Bacon, estimated at more than £35 million (€41 million) is the central piece of a Sotheby's art sale on 29 June
London's iconic Time Out magazine publishes its final print edition
A look at the history and legacy of London's beloved Time Out magazine which has released its last ever print edition
Thousands of trains cancelled as UK's biggest strike in decades begins
People are being urged not to travel as more than 200,000 people prepare to head to Glastonbury Festival in Somerset this weekend.
"Why did you leave?": The intergenerational questions on immigration
Mamet Leigh draws on his experiences of leaving Iran for the UK in an upcoming play in London.
Chaos at Heathrow as a baggage system malfunction causes pile-up
A baggage system failure at Heathrow Airport Friday caused a huge backlog of luggage, with passengers complaining of long delays.
Parts of Europe sizzle in heat wave
A blanket of hot air stretching from the Mediterranean to the North Sea was bringing much of Western Europe its first heat wave of the summer, with temperatures exceeding 30 degrees Celsius on Friday from London to Paris, Madrid and Rome.
Secret beaches just a short trip from the UK’s biggest cities
These are the best seaside destinations for a day trip to make the most of the warm weather.
More UK flight cancellations imminent as government steps in
More UK flight cancellations are likely after the government ordered airlines to scrap flights in advance, rather than at the last minute.
BA faces possible strike after 97% of staff vote to walk out
Just weeks after BA announced thousands of flight cancellations, airline staff have voted in favour of a summer strike.
Iconic Jeff Koons sculpture expected to sell for millions for Ukraine
An iconic sculpture by world famous artist Jeff Koons is being auctioned to raise funds for humanitarian aid in Ukraine. But how much is the sculpture expected to go for?
People lay flowers for the victims of Grenfell Tower
The names of the 72 people who perished in Britain's worst residential fire since World War II were read out on Tuesday at a church service marking the fifth anniversary of the blaze.
Five years on, justice and accountability sought over deadly blaze
The devastating fire on 14 June 2017 claimed the lives of 72 people.
Meet the British boxer trying to end knife crime in London
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Palestinians swim in Mediterranean sea off a beach in Gaza's Beit Lahia
Palestinians swim in the Mediterranean sea off a beach in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip as students start their summer vacation.
London Serpentine gallery unveils spectacular 'Black Chapel' pavilion
A London art gallery is unveiling a new pavilion commissioned to an American artist. Called "Black Chapel," the installation is a black wooden cylinder with elements paying tribute to his father.
London art gallery unveils new pavilion
"Black Chapel" is this year's pavilion of the Serpentine, a London-based art gallery.