The victim was found lying "unresponsive" in Penrose Street
Officers were called at 11:36am to Lower Road, SE16 with the London Ambulance Service also in attendance
Walworth Academy kids set for bright futures after GCSE results, with two heading for Eton and BRIT School
Emotions run high as pupils and parents praise "warm" "family-like" atmosphere on day pupils receive exam results
Top pupil "forgot it was results day" but returns with impressive run of A* grades
GCSE Results: Initial results across Southwark indicate four per cent overall rise in number of five A* to C grades
The percentage of all students gaining A*-C grades remained strong in Southwark at 73.6 per cent of pupils, the same as in 2015, in contrast to a fall of 2.1 per cent nationally
All those obscure sports you have never tried out but really fancy after watching triumphant Team GB
Players from Millwall Lionesses helped round off the season in the Leagues Ahead tournament by holding a training session and hosting an awards event for the women’s football league.
Strong feelings stirred among Labour voters after MPs pour criticism on Corbyn
NHS England has announced it will encourage collaboration between hospitals across England, an idea that has been trialled between Guy's and St Thomas' with hospitals in Kent since last year
"The previous coalition government and the current Tory government have both failed to respond adequately to the need for more school places"
See below, the six options facing service users in south east London
"A seemingly incongruous duo entertained us with an eclectic mix of songs ranging from Sinatra to the Beatles and Bowie, which were performed very well"
Music, mayhem and an incredibly skilled cast...
Artists specialising in illustration, murals, papercrafts, automation, recycling and willow-work work their magic
Flames engulfed the large six-floor building, which used to be a cold store. With bricked up windows, the building became an “impenetrable windowless fortress” and proved difficult for firefighters to gain a foothold
“For three quarters of the year the wind blew from the south towards London, and consequently for that part the air is as pure as the most rural situation can afford”
Station got so busy that passengers queued on the tracks - until disaster struck