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Whipps Cross and Newham hospitals are urging people to use other emergency facilities because of operational difficulties caused by the flooding.
Police officer Wayne Couzens pleads guilty to murdering Sarah Everard
Wayne Couzens's guilty plea for murder came a month after he also admitted to kidnapping and raping 33-year-old Sarah Everard.
Privately-owned Banksy art exhibition hits London
Over 90 of the street artist's works - including originals and prints - have gone on display in a 12,000 square foot underground space in Covent Garden.
#BackOnStage: London theatres celebrate reopening doors to visitors
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UK elections: London Mayor Sadiq Khan wins second term
Khan's victory will be a boost to the Labour party which has suffered major losses in England's local elections.
London building fire raises fresh anger over flammable cladding
Two men were hospitalised after Friday's blaze in Poplar while a further 38 others were treated at the scene.
Julian Assange denied bail due to concerns he could abscond
Julian Assange's lawyers had hoped an earlier decision to block an extradition request to the US would work in his favour for bail.
Coroner rules air pollution was cause of death of girl in UK first
In what is thought to be the first case of its kind, a coroner has ruled that air pollution contributed to the death of a nine-year-old girl in London.
Johnson warns local leaders he will intervene if they reject measures
Boris Johnson has issued a warning to local leaders rejecting lockdown measures, while records for daily coronavirus cases are smashed again in Europe.
Buckingham Palace holds first event in six months
Volodymyr Zelenskiy and his wife Olena met the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in a brief meeting at the palace, which is the home of Queen Elizabeth II.
In London, confusion and scepticism over new COVID-19 rules
Pubs and restaurants in the British capital must close no later than 10 pm and people cannot socialise of groups of more than six people.
Boy thrown from 10th floor of Tate Modern 'can now stand unaided'
The boy, now 7, suffered life-changing injuries when he was thrown from the viewing platform at the Tate Modern in August 2019.
One dead and four injured after crane falls on house in London
The #crane fell on a site where flats are being constructed, and crashed onto two houses.
Did Google really delete Churchill's photo during protests?
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UK introduces bolstered terrorism Bill - here's what it means
Controversial new legislation introduced to the British parliament seeks to increase sentencing and monitoring for terrorism offences.
UK government 'optimistic' on deal to rescue London Undergound
London Mayor Sadiq Khan warned on Thursday morning that services would have to be cut if the government didn't provide emergency funding for the capital's public transport system, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: London books hotel rooms for the homeless to self-isolate
In 2018-2019, London counted around 9,000 homeless people. The Mayor of London has booked 300 hotel rooms to allow some of them to self-isolate during the coronavirus pandemic.
British woman pleads guilty to St Paul's Cathedral terror plot
Safiyya Shaikh, 36, was planning on planting a bomb at the famed London cathedral as she prepared her pledge of allegiance to the so-called Islamic State group.
Fire at London's iconic KOKO nightclub
A fire started on Monday night at London's KOKO club, a landmark of the city's nightlife, and was controlled by the London Fire Brigade.
Boy, 6, thrown from Tate Modern museum starting to speak, say family
More than five months after being pushed off the Tate Modern's viewing platform, the six-year-old French boy has started to speak and move his limbs.
Watch again: Britain honours London Bridge attack victims
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Eyewitness says man used narwhal tusk to confront terrorist suspect
An eyewitness said that a man took a narwhal tusk from Fishmongers' Hall and confronted the terrorist with it.
Emotional support dogs in 'distress' removed from flight at Gatwick
A Norwegian air captain decided to offload two owners and their emotional support dogs, the airline company said.
London police ban Extinction Rebellion protests in British capital
Police also moved to clear protesters from their main camp in Trafalgar Square.
Dead whale found in Thames river was struck by ship, scientists say
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Watch: Protests across the UK over parliament shutdown
Protesters have hit the streets across the UK to show their opposition to government moves to close parliament ahead of the Brexit deadline on October 31.