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A new fourth plinth statue has arrived in Trafalgar Square
Samson Kambalu's 'Antelope' has been unveiled in the centre of London as the latest temporary statue to stand upon Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth.
Unbaalievable: Why were sheep herded across London Bridge?
Sheep trotted along London Bridge this weekend, as the Freemen of London practised their ancient right to take the animals into the heart of the UK capital.
British pound hits record low against US dollar
It dipped as low as $1.0349 per US dollar early Monday but then rebounded to $1.07.
Hundreds gather in London over the death of Mahsa Amini
"The regime wants to prove that they didn't use any violence [against Mahsa Amini] by using violence against protestors," said Mohammad Hoshr, a demonstrator in London on Saturday.
Timelapse: Britain and the world bid adieu to Queen Elizabeth II
For Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, every aspect of Monday's events had been meticulously planned years if not decades in advance. The military personnel had rehearsed by moonlight to ensure everything went without a hitch.
Protests in London over police shooting of unarmed black man
Hundreds of people protested outside Scotland Yard in London on Saturday after a young black man was shot dead by police
Royal mourning gives a boost to local businesses in London
Visitors crowding into central London from as far away as the US and India are giving a boost to businesses at a time when the British economy is facing a cost-of-living crisis
Ukraine's ballet dancers perform in London to raise humanitarian funds
Ukraine ballet dancers perform Giselle in London to raise funds for humanitarian efforts
Why do the Brits love to patiently wait in line?
The line to see the Queen's coffin is roughly five-kilometres long, but is something bigger going on?
Queen Elizabeth II's coffin arrives at Buckingham Palace
The late sovereign's casket arrived in London on a flight from Edinburgh earlier on Tuesday, marking the Queen's final trip from her beloved Scotland.
Queues begin in London to view Queen Elizabeth II's coffin
Millions are expected in London to pay their last respects to Queen Elizabeth II as she lies in state.
What's going to happen to the Queen's corgis now?
The Queen's iconic pets are now bereft of an owner but who will pick up where her majesty left off?
King addresses Westminster condolence meeting
King Charles III pledged Monday to follow his late mother’s example of “selfless duty”.
Mourners continue to pay respects to the Queen at Buckingham Palace
Hundreds continued to gather throughout the night outside Buckingham Palace to pay tribute to the late Elizabeth II, who passed away at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on Thursday.
Iconic landmarks lit up in tribute to Queen Elizabeth II
Iconic landmarks across the globe include the Sydney Opera House, Empire State Building and Christ the Redeemer have all been lit up in memory of Queen Elizabeth II
Families and pets among mourners at UK palaces and castles
Thousands of people have gathered at the Queen’s residences since her death was announced yesterday.
Unique weird and wonderful collectables unveiled at London's DesignerCon show
International show, London's DesignerCon showcases independent artists' creations that fetch a tidy sum because they're produced in limited batches.
What is it like to get your eyeball tattooed?
360 world-class tattoo artists gathered at the annual Big London Tattoo Show to show off their inking skills as extreme body modifications move into the mainstream
German artist creates sea of rainbow coloured foam in London
German artist Stephanie Lüning creates a sea of rainbow foam at a London festival at her first show in the United Kingdom, transforming an outdoor public space with the multi-coloured installation, which is made up largely of water and food colouring.
Sea of rainbow foam transforms London public space into art work
A German artist transformed a public space in London into an art insulation by releasing a cascade of multi-coloured foam onto a stairwell.
Expelliarmus! "Back to Hogwarts" event marks return of school year
Harry Potter left King's Cross Station, London for Hogwarts along the Hogwarts Express. Fans today got a taste of that magical moment...
Police respond to climate protest inside UK parliament
The environmental protest group is demanding a citizens’ assembly on climate change.
Stansted strikes: When they might happen and why staff are striking
Further strike action is possible at one of the UK's busiest airports.
Pokemon World Championships in London
Five thousand competitors from over 57 countries competed at the Pokemon World Championships at London's ExCel Arena.
Major travel disruption in London as public transport workers strike
The UK has been gripped by industrial action this summer, with public transport staff staging another walkout over job cuts, pay and working practices on Friday.
Tourism tax: How a visitor levy could protect the places we love
Tourists place a burden on infrastructure, public services and facilities in the destinations they visit.