The suspect is described as wearing an animal tail, like a fox
The alleged incident happened on King William Street, just before the City end of London Bridge
The six-year-old has undergone two operations, but the extent and severity of his injuries are not yet known, say his family
'Usually we’d have at least some indication of funding for several years ahead but there’s a range of grants where we don’t even know if they’ll entirely cease'
Town hall bosses have urged Southwark businesses to sign up to the charter to promote employee rights
'I see the consequences of these shocking cuts weekly in advice surgeries'
Coyle wants patients to have more say in their own treatment, and to make sure families are involved in care decisions
'I told my mum and she started crying on the phone!' - student Jack Burt, soon to join Cambridge University as an undergraduate
'I want to make my family proud as they have always wanted the best for me and encouraged me to do something that I will love'
'Thank you for being a part of something so transformative in my daughter’s journey to secondary school' - parent
“I’ve wanted to go to Cambridge ever since I was aged 8, so I’m absolutely shell shocked that it’s actually happening,” said one
'It’s beyond a joke' - Beverley Bleach, 61 and Gayhurst resident for 32 years
More auction prizes to clear off the couple's debt are available - and here's how you can get them
They could be inline for £30,000 if they win
He's now been left with a bill of over £37,000 after being convicted for fire safety breaches across his properties
'This video is a madness. Really rode a jet ski through London,' she said
The 19-year-old released a video of his exploits climbing the 1000ft skyscraper - and it's not for the faint of heart
Police said they have spoken to the daredevil free-climber, but he was not arrested
Gerhard Steiger and Berthold Doffler - aka Gertie and Bertie - bounce into Bermondsey with their backing dancers for I Like To Pump’s first ever live performance.
Now the two businesses must provide a street warden to patrol Druid Street following the licensing review
'The gardening group is full of positive energy'
“But what I did feels like the only thing left to try," said the protester in a statement read out to the court
Circumference performs in Potters Field for a greener future.
It was built as part of the Jubilee Line extension and officially opened its doors on August 19, 1999
The route P12 bus is being diverted as a result of the incident says TfL
But TfL and the Mayor have not yet confirmed their exact transport solution for the river crossing
The prize, one of the highest accolades in architecture, is given to the UK's best new building in the past year
An 'Elmer' day will be held on Thursday, August 29 at Elephant Park with events for children
UK and Ireland tour starts next February
The Orchard House flat is also where Muteesa II died in contested circumstances - some allege by poisoning
Recent hits filmed in the borough include Killing Eve
'Staff demonstrated outstanding compassionate care and emotional support to patients and those close to them'
'I promised her that I would raise money to fund a cold cot, so that other families would be able to make the memories that we have'
Schools and Food for Life come together to fight childhood obesity.
But modest Cem wants the incident to raise awareness of the life-saving manouvre and the need for first aid training
Lendlease's two new towers reach their full height as campaigners continue to push for more social rent homes
New date expected to be later this year
Lendlease has unveiled plans for local independent businesses to join established brands within the Elephant Park development.
A fund covering the cost of relocating – including fitting out new premises – stands provisionally at £634,700
An air ambulance and team of medics could cost £30,000
Whippersnappers's Fairyland is an immersive theatre event for boys and girls aged between 3 - 7.
Are you the lucky winner?
Tooley Street says it will ‘lead by example’ and provide 100 of its own paid internships
Mick and Linda had run the pub for over three decades before being turfed out by an off-shore developer
The dramatic crash saw the driver miss shoppers by inches on Friday afternoon - but police told the News they're not looking into the matter any further
The cause of the fire is under investigation, said the London Fire Brigade
His family have been told of his death
The boy's condition is critical; and his family are being supported by police.
The fundraiser has recieved over £1,200 so far - but Roy says he will donate it to charity if he gets his terror attack compensation
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
The inquest into the London Bridge terror attack was opened yesterday and heard moving tributes from families of the eight innocent victims
Anton Sobanski, who was driving the No 40 over the bridge at the time of the attack, rushed to help one of the victims
Both are 'safe and well'
Body found in Russia Dock Woodland 'is missing Aldrin Carlos'
'Aldrin has always come home in the evening'
Menelik was last seen at around 8pm yesterday heading in the direction of Waterloo station - do you know where he is?
Police said that the motorist was still inside the car shortly before 10pm
Transport authorities warn motorists to expect delays in the area while Network Rail carries out the bridge repairs
Planned closures this weekend
The free swimming lesson course last for twelve weeks, starting in mid-September.
'A big part of my life has been proving people wrong'
Steve's daughter, Maisie, has asked that everyone at this Saturday's game claps on the 57th minute in a moving tribute to her dad
However the club and council said it could not give further details about the specific plans for The Den until the autumn
It's thought to be the UK's first permanent rainbow crossing
She was left paralysed from the waist down after the stroke - but is still doing a triathlon on Saturday
“We are seeing more and more high risk cases - last year alone Solace received over 2,500 referrals in the borough and we expect that rate to increase” - Solace Women’s Aid
'We are deeply sorry for the six precious lives that were lost' - Southwark Council leader Peter John
Dayana Francisquini’s partner Rafael arrived at hospital believing they had been saved, only to find his entire family had succumbed to the blaze
A fashion designer, Catherine had created her own fashion label, Moi Et Cat, and had created several looks for Bjork in her glittering career
£9.5 million worth of work began on refurbishing the boarded up block to bring it back into use, after the council decided demolition wasn’t an option given Southwark’s chronic housing shortage.
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