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Fulham Football Club announced the signing of Greece international Konstantinos Mitroglou on a four-and-a-half year deal for an undisclosed
Police find man hanged at London house as Deutsche Bank reports exec’s death
London police said on Tuesday they had found the body of a man hanging
His virility and penchant for a Vodka Martini “shaken not stirred” is world-famous.
But James Bond would actually be “impotent” and at risk of an
Fireworks were fired at Buckingham Palace, with the Queen in residence, amid protests to mark Guy Fawkes Night in London on Tuesday night (see video
Two former editors of News of the World, Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, had a six-year affair during their time at Rupert Murdoch’s now defunct
Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone was accused of making a “corrupt bargain” that cost a German media firm millions in a London court on Tuesday, one
Controversial vans telling London’s illegal immigrants to “go home or face arrest” will not be rolled out across the UK, it’s been confirmed.
It is no secret that Britons are apprehensive when it comes to learning languages – perhaps the reason that English is widely spoken around the world
Queen Elizabeth II of England is advertising for a sous chef who will help to prepare food both at Buckingham Palace and in the other royal
Two men have broken the record for visiting all 270 London Underground stations in the fastest possible time. Geof Marshall, 41, and Anthony Smith
In the UK, the annual Notting Hill Carnival opened on Saturday August 25 with thousands of people gathering in North-West London to celebrate
Following record numbers of non-emergency related callouts between 2012 and 2013, the London Fire Brigade has started using their Twitter account to
Legoland Windsor’s latest display celebrates the birth of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son, George.
The Legoland model maker team have added
Scientists have created an “intelligent” surgical knife that can detect in seconds whether tissue being cut is cancerous, promising more effective
Around 700,000 Europeans are diagnosed with Crohn’s disease each year.
Specialists at University College hospital in central London, are exploring
Here we are back in London, the traffic jams are unavoidable. But the pub was very pleasant and you have celebrate the end of shoot with a pint of
London is where they work, but Marbella is where this journey started for two unusual young men. Who are they? And what is My Destination?
A fresh way of analysing security information is being developed with the help of Heathrow Airport.
Known as TASS – it brings together different
2013 will mark the bicentenary of Wagner’s birth.
To celebrate the anniversary, London’s Royal Opera House has put on the whole of Wagner’s Ring
Interview with Maestro Antonio Pappano.
It is one of the greatest accolades for any musician to play in one of the world’s most famous venues: the Royal Albert Hall in London. Now it has
Interview with guitarist Miloš Karadaglić.
Interview with Jasper Hope, Chief Operating Officer at the Royal Albert Hall.
More than three million people across the EU now work in eco-industries, producing nature-friendly goods and services.
It is an increasingly
What does it take to become an Olympic champion? Physical skills are obviously essential, but for many athletes education is just as vital to
Nial O’Reilly euronews, Lyon, France:
So after years of meticulous preparation all eyes are on London as the Games get underway. Joining us now is