Two seventeen-year-olds were due to appear in court today said Scotland Yard
'This case is a culmination of years of intensive police and prosecution work'
He is scheduled to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Tuesday, April 30
'It’s become like a soap opera but the biggest loser out of all of this will be parliament' - a Leave voter in Southwark
MPs again last night failed to find a majority for an alternative Brexit plan - here's how Southwark's MPs voted
'A people’s vote has never been so close to being approved' - Southwark for Europe
Here's how all three of Southwark's MPs voted on tonight's unprecented series of Brexit motions
They will commemorate the 250th anniversary of Sir Marc Brunel's birthday
'You can’t reach for your potential from within a prison cell'
If eligible, you will be able to access 30 funded hours from the term following your child’s third birthday.
Charlie Martin shared with the DLD cohort the challenges that she has to face in life and in her career, as a result of her gender transition in such a traditionally male-dominated world as motorsports.
'The end of no fault evictions is long overdue'
District heating is greener and cheaper, but Southwark Council has said renewing ageing systems is one of its biggest challenges
The plans would see four flats being made across the pub's ground, first and roof levels
'Our legal advice was that it would cost more to challenge in court than to pay' says Sydenham homeowner slapped with £50,000 bill
The firm hopes to have rideable prototypes completed by the end of summer
However, the National Trust said it could reassure locals the name-change would not be permanent
The tree fell earlier this month smashing three parked cars, but will now see new life as furniture
Do you know its owner?
Officers warned that illegal protests on Waterloo Bridge and other locations were drawing police away from keeping Londoners safe
'I walk my dog very early in the morning and late at night and feel very anxious about how dark it makes the pathway'
'Climate change and carbon emission do not respect boundaries'
The air is now 25 per cent more clean than it is in nearby Southwark Street following the revamp
A quarter of commuters in a survey said they felt 'too awkward' to give up their seats to others on tube trains
Work is ahead of schedule
The new ULEZ zone comes into force today - and means a daily £12.50 charge if your vehicle does not meet low emissions standards
The Mayflower, the ship which brought the Pilgrim Fathers to America, had its home port at Rotherhithe
After 60 hours of design work with different groups the mural is now being painted and the public are invited to join in
Grade II listed building gutted by fire in 2013
Opportunity to speak to people who have witnessed war first-hand
'They are committed to making the required improvements'
'Despite the financial challenges, the trust continues to deliver excellent, high-quality care and services to patients'
James couldn’t have produced the analysis without input from King’s lead trauma nurse - his mum!
The changes mean some of the hospital's lowest paid staff could be waiting a week longer for their monthly pay
'I’ve seen many changes happen but never felt the changes involved my opinion or ideas' - a resident instrumental in launching the new space
The plans would see the existing Vinegar Yard warehouse refurbished and two office sites created
'Now we see the picture that is emerging is bleak' - Latin Elephant
The plans will include a 48-storey residential tower - the fourth tallest building of its kind in London
Two-year-old Kinky was found by a local dog warden dangerously wandering on the tracks of the overground station
"The main message is that if something doesn’t feel right, contact the police."
The petition accuses the play of dehumanising autistic children - but the Southwark Playhouse says it wants you to see it and make up your own mind
'Our priority now is to explain what this announcement means for our colleagues and wherever possible, offer them alternative roles with Tesco'
The store is expected to shut its doors on April 10
People from the community are running classes in everything from illustration and tapestry weaving to business coaching and there are groups for elderly people plus a great cafe
Work may finish months earlier than planned
It happened earlier this week in Peckham's Galatea Square
Two people were rescued from the burning building
Firefighters have managed to safely deal with the fire which was put out shortly before 11am
Six other people had been able to escape from the building before firefighters arrived.
Anton Sobanski, who was driving the No 40 over the bridge at the time of the attack, rushed to help one of the victims
The writer was in a bar on stag do when police stormed the bar and told everyone to get down because of the attack
Others were honoured for their role in the horror last week - but Roy missed out
He received the medal from the Queen today for his bravery in rushing the London Bridge attackers unarmed
If you see her, call 999
Police said the death is not being treated as suspicious
Jodie was last seen on Thursday
The fifteen-year-old has now been found safe and well
Road reopened the same day
Lane 2 is blocked (northbound) at the junction of Penton Place, so use caution on passing.
Traffic is slow on approach with tailbacks along Jamaica Road.
“I know that eventually my lungs will slowly fill up and restrict my breathing'
Keep fit during the break
Australia took the crown
'This weekend is not just about us saying refugees are welcome at our club; everyone is welcome at Dulwich Hamlet and that is what makes our club so special'
Fight 4 Change uses boxing to empower marginalised young people who may be at risk of joining gangs
First time in seven years the Easter scheme won't be held
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