"They are living hand to mouth because they were fired straight away and were not put on unpaid leave or furloughed and that's a scandal."
Is this the Great Online Bake-off? Tens of thousands dust off their aprons and tune into the bread boffins from London. Classes so far have included step-by-step guides for doughnuts, pretzels and sourdough bread.
The beds have been set up, but some worry there won't be enough staff or protective equipment to man the new London hospital.
Home confinement over the COVID-19 epidemic goes on across Europe.
Could we be climbing aboard solar-powered trains in the near future?
There were fewer people on the streets of the UK capital on Tuesday after Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered a three-week lockdown.
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.
Boris Johnson has advised people to stay away from pubs, restaurants and shops. But has stopped short of issuing an official lockdown. That's forcing small businesses to make some tough choices.
Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov spent just over a year at a tiny flat near Kings Cross
Chocolatier Montezuma's has opened a recycling-focused pop up shop.
Shares plunged in Asia on Friday, with benchmarks in Japan, Thailand and India sinking as much as 10% after Wall Street suffered its biggest drop since the Black Monday crash of 1987.
Over the weekend of International Women's Day, the festival celebrates its 10th year.
Johnson and Carrie Symonds are engaged and expecting a baby. She will be his third wife.
Titillation or a sociological document. Euronews takes a look at the phenomenon of 'tart cards', the way London's sex workers got themselves noticed.
The court ruling could stall the £14 billion plan to expand Europe's busiest airport amid concerns over climate change, pollution and noise.
This new exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum is called 'Kimono: Kyoto to Catwalk', and features more than 300 items that reflect its cultural impact.
A select number of artisanal brands are trying to recreate the luxurious experience of a well-aged Gouda.
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.
The suspect was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
It was part of a bid to help surgeons avoid damaging key parts of her brain.
Thousands of passengers were facing delays on Sunday after a systems failure affecting all terminals at London Heathrow airport.
Did you know most flowers are shipped all the way from Holland, rather than grown in the UK?
Inspired by Greta Thunberg, this band are set to stage the most sustainable concert ever attempted in the UK.
A suspected terrorist wearing a fake suicide bomb was shot dead by police after stabbing two people in a "confusing and alarming" attack in a busy London street.
Two businesses, two very different perspectives on how to cope with the lack of clarity around the EU-UK's future trading relationship.
This trippy new London exhibit will spark your fungal fascination.