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Gatwick airport forced to cancel 100s of flights after COVID outbreak
Airlines and passengers have hit back at air traffic control authorities who ordered the cancellations.
UK high-speed rail project under threat as costs spiral
Northerners say they are ‘treated as second-class citizens when it comes to transport’.
Marina Abramović invites visitors to squeeze through naked models
For decades Abramović has consistently tested the limits of her own physical and mental endurance. Now her work is being being showcased in the UK's first retrospective of the Serbian artist.
London police handed in guns as officer faces murder charge
Britain's army was set to provide armed support for police in London if required.
WATCH: Pearly kings and queens gather for London festival
Pearly kings, queens, princes and princesses gather in central London for the annual Costermongers Harvest Festival.
Terror suspect escape: Ex-soldier Daniel Khalife pleads not guilty
Daniel Khalife, a former soldier and terror suspect, has denied escaping from Wandsworth prison earlier this month after allegedly breaking out of the Category B jail before he was recaptured.
21 of the world's 50 best hotels for 2023 are in Europe
The list of the World’s 50 Best Hotels has been revealed, awarding hotels on six continents for their exceptional, industry-defining properties.
Cool Britannia: Fashion Week comes to London
Following hot on the heels of New York Fashion Week, London's top designers have been presenting their collections for spring/summer 2024 in the famously avant garde city.
What to see at London Design Festival 2023
More than 300 events celebrating design, art and architecture will take over the city of London through till September 24 for the 21st London Design Festival.
Here’s where Americans are travelling in Europe this autumn
With US flights to these European capitals set to soar, we take you off the beaten track in London, Paris and Rome.
Vogue World opens London Fashion Week in style
Here are some of our choices for the best dressed celebs at this year's Vogue World.
How Central Cee is bridging the gap between the UK and the USA
With his chart-topping tracks, international collaborations, and strategic efforts to bridge the gap between UK and US rap cultures, he's opening doors for fellow British artists to follow in his footsteps.
How has Chanel stayed so popular? Exhibition explores the phenomenon
Visitors to London's V&A museum will be taken on a trip through the beginnings of the fashion house'at the turn of the 20th century, with a particular focus on the legendary Gabrielle 'Coco' Chanel's role in the building of the style behemoth.
Terrorism suspect charged with escaping London prison after four days on the run
Daniel Abed Khalife, a former soldier, had escaped from Wandsworth Prison while awaiting trial on terrorism charges before he was recaptured on Saturday.
Cultural digest: Don’t miss these events in Europe this week
This week there's an exciting Netflix release and festivals in Berlin and London.
Blue plaque scheme could be expanded across England
There are more than 1,000 of the markers in the capital celebrating historic people and places.
Freddie Mercury's piano sold for €2m to raise cash for AIDS research
A baby grand piano once owned by Freddie Mercury has sold at auction for almost €2m along with the original manuscript for Bohemian Rhapsody
Paris and London take different approaches to urban mobility
Both cities have seen a recent increase in the number of cyclists on their streets, but each capital is dealing with future mobility in a different way.
No-fly skiing: This train will whisk you from London to the Alps
Launching in December, Eurostar Snow offers a sustainable route to the slopes.
Former Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed dies at 94
The Egyptian business tycoon was equally well known for his reaction to the car crash which killed his son alongside Princess Diana.