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1 hr ago | The Drinks Business
Scotland's largest independent brewer, BrewDog, will open its first craft beer shop in London tomorrow - the first of a number of shops set to open in UK and Scotland throughout 2014.
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6 hrs ago | Anorak
The three London police officers shot and killed in Braybrook Street, West London.
10 hrs ago | Londonist
Friday and Saturday will see a new monthly market hit Windrush Square. Brixton Night Market , as it's imaginatively called, will bring together street food traders for the two nights, but you might not have heard of that many of them.
12 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
The leader of a cyber gang which plundered 1.25 million from British banks has been jailed for five and a half years.
12 hrs ago | Anna.aero
London City sees the colour purple. This winter Flybe will start a 'virtual' base at the downtown airport serving five destinations - Belfast City , Dublin , Edinburgh , Exeter and Inverness - all operated by the carrier's Q400s.
13 hrs ago | News Shopper
A huge police swoop is under way today to combat burglary, theft, and other offences in Bromley and south London.
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Mark Shand attends the Tabasco British Oyster Opening Championships held in J Sheekey Oyster Bar in Covent Garden on September 9, 2013 in London, England.
St John Ambulance has been running the CFR scheme since 2009 in partnership with London Ambulance Service and is calling on people in Enfield and Edmonton to make a difference.
A survivor of the Canary Wharf bombing which broke the IRA ceasefire has said he was honoured to have been invited to a commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the murder of a police officer outside the Libyan embassy in London.
Couple living at address named locally as City worker Gary Clarence and his wife Tania, a full-time carer to their four children Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Figures released by the agency show that almost eight per cent of deaths in the borough since 2010 have been caused by long-term exposure to pollution, above the London average of 7.2pc.
Anti-fascist campaigners plan to stage a protest outside a North Finchley store selling a controversial clothing brand associated with the far right in Europe.
I'm in London, where real estate is just entering the sixth year of a mania that seems to be putting all others in the shade.
Concerned that London's seasoned street musicians are being silenced by excessive regulation, mayor Boris Johnson is leading calls for the buskers' voices, and guitars, to be heard again.