London met says it is investigating 53 murders since January 1, 2018,
NHS Counter Fraud Authority said Taylor lived an "extravagant lifestyle" with a £27,400 new Mitsubishi L200.
Man in his 40s was taken to hospital with injuries not believed to be life-threatening
'This is the sort of self-indulgent nonsense you’d expect at Goldman Sachs – not in public service'
Dulwich and West Norwood MP Helen Hayes has secured an adjournment debate about the club's situation
Voters are warned there could be changes to which polling station they need to visit for the local election on May 3
Sadiq Khan visited Salmon Youth Centre to unveil a £45million fund aimed at preventing youngsters from getting caught up in crime
'It’s hard being a single parent but I just want other people, other single mothers, other black women or young people to think "you know what, I can do it"'
A number of staff at City of London Academy Southwark are expected to strike for one day only
The building will be opened to the public for just two nights on Thursday and Friday, March 1 and 2
The council has confirmed it is in talks with potential partners in the voluntary sector to re-open the youth centre
Southwark council has never issued an empty dwelling management order
'Sprinklers are the only system which detects a fire, suppresses a fire and raises the alarm'
Resident group shares its concerns as Bank branch platform to be closed for four months
Aynur Sahin’s sixteen-year-old daughter was lying in bed when she heard a cracking sound and part of the ceiling caved in on her
Lookalike parks up in East Street to flog Sir's new book
Pop-up will mark Mexican Day of the Dead
Eighties cartoon superhero gets own stage show for Christmas
Trick or Treat Run to raise money for charity
The Charter School is fundraising to swap traditional light bulbs for LEDs to save £2,000 a year
“He was essentially a very modest man. He rarely talked about himself, though he was a great communicator and he could command great respect”
Council given £300,000 to put chargers in around the borough
Some 600,000 were made for use across the UK. And with a surplus of them after the war, many were ingeniously used outside new housing estates after they fell out of use by Civil Defence in 1962
83 per cent of people backed proposals for the segregated cycle superhighway which would pass through Tooley Street and Jamaica Road
Campaigners said over-crowded rail service ran less frequently than in the 1950s
TfL is working with the council to "reassess the case" for a third Tube station at the Bricklayers Arms as part of the Bakerloo Line extension
The RV1 bus service has been cut from six buses an hour to just three
Thirteen-year-old Tumo Reetsang has joined the cast of the hit West End musical
'We need to protect and celebrate the heritage through our plans'
'It is a great honour to be able to create a lasting image to the memory of those who lost their lives and to the resilience and spirit of London'
Barbara Morris, who has stage four metastatic melanoma, says her last wish is to meet the songwriter in person
The hospital said its charges were in line with parking facilities in the area to ensure spaces weren't misused by people visiting central London
Seven-year-old Southwark labrador Tess, who has elbow dysplasia, needs to raise £15,000 for special stem cell treatment
16,000 people are now living with the condition in Southwark - an increase of 3,000 in a year.
Audience grilled candidates on planning and regeneration policies
Southwark's director of regeneration can now enter negotiations to buy the site from Meadow Residental
Gladys Gorringe worked in a munitions factory during WWII and continued line dancing until she was 88
Essex Ex-Boxers’ Association, takes place on April 21 at Manor Place Baths from noon to 8pm
Couple designed their own 3D model to show the impact of the proposed building
Small beer is said to have been popular in the 1700s when water quality was poor
The Angel in Bermondsey has reopened its lounge after a revamp
Southwark-based reForm Architects fears its design for the Rotherhithe to Canary Wharf crossing will be overlooked
Bermondsey-based Fourpure Brewing, set up by brothers Dan and Tom Lowe in 2013, has invested £2.5million into its latest expansion
London Fire Brigade called just before 6am this morning
A man, in his early 50s, was found outside Tissington Court with critical injuries
The 46-year-old female pedestrian is said to be in a "serious but stable" condition in hospital
The brave bobby has been based at Peckham Police Station since 2014
MP Neil Coyle said insurance providers had “dragged their feet and denied help to some of the businesses worst affected”
Business Minister Margot James MP met with senior staff and traders during a visit to Borough Market
Prime Minister walked around the market over a month after terror attack
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