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It's a typical urban routine: Sit on the subway, headphones in, fiddling with the smartphone to avoid eye contact with fellow passengers.
1 hr ago | Newham Recorder
Police on the scene of a murder investigation at City of London Cemetery and Crematorium in Manor Park, Newham after a man was found with an injury to his neck.
The death of a respected doctor described as "the best dad in the world" has remained a mystery after an inquest failed to reveal how he was knocked off his bike in a collision with a lorry in Archway.
Vibe's Angie Quinn has a look at some of the best things to see and do in south east London and north Kent this weekend.
People ride on Bumper cars during an Eid al-Fitr celebrations in Burgess Park, July 28, 2014 in London, England.
Dromore's Jolly Jesters was delighted when an unexpected invitation saw her baby daughter attend a London celebration marking the first birthday of His Royal Highness Prince George.
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has teamed up with drinks firm Coca-Cola Great Britain for a A 1M project to encourage Londoners to become more active and tackle obesity.
London's rental prices eclipse those in the rest of the UK by 100 per cent, according to newly published research.
A jury has retired in the trial of a man accused of the manslaughter of his 12-year-old son after he suffered "catastrophic" injuries as a baby.
James Vincent is Science and Technology Reporter for The Independent online, and his work appears in print too.
It is 8am on a warm morning. Waterloo station in London is the city's busiest bicycle hire dock, and this is its busiest time of day.
In this scenario, faraway London offers a good investment option with rental income of up to 6 per cent and annual capital appreciation of 18-20 per cent.
SHADOW energy minister Caroline Flint was 10 when she discovered the man she called dad wasn't her biological father.
The buses and their drivers transported troops to the frontline as well as acting as ambulances, ammunition lorries and even as carrier pigeon lofts Few would add a cheery London bus with a Victoria Station sign, adverts for Pears soap and our own Daily Mirror to the picture but, incredibly, more than 1,000 were there in the mire.
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Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 03:07 am
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