Iron Miah was found collapsed with a head injury in Nelson Street, E1, on Tuesday, November 19. He died in hospital two days later.
Upton is alleged to have attacked the police officers who caught him after a manhunt
While formal identification has not yet taken place, officers are confident that the deceased is Crosslom Davis
'We are very much here and holding Labour to account' she says after Lib Dem defeat
'We must be absolutely determined to make the change in the party that is necessary so that we can be an effective opposition'
'Jo led the campaign on the basis that she could be Prime Minister. Incredible, nobody believed it. She was almost unknown'
'We’ve thrown most people under the bus and it’s our fault' - Simon Hughes
Families devastated as community nursery faces eviction with rent raised nearly threefold
Held at Darwin Court, Crail Row, SE17 from 10am
Explore the basics at a ‘Beekeeping for Beginners’ taster session
Only three in a hundred refugees will go to university - a statistic this Peckham charity wants to change
'We will closely monitor this issue and we have already received a positive response from the community living nearby'
'The cost of putting a roof over our head is preventing too many us from living the life we want'
Volunteers will be at London Bridge and Waterloo tube stations to take coat donations
Current refurbishment estimate of £8 million per block is expected to spiral
Burly is spoiled rotten, with his owners spending £15,000 on him in just six months - and now he's Primark's star
Michelle believes she will be the first 'pearly' to attempt a wing-walk in her full ceremonial gear
'This video is a madness. Really rode a jet ski through London,' she said
His jacket is studded with Swarovski crystals, his collars are from Louis Vuitton and he hangs out with A-listers - is Burly Britain's most pampered pooch?
From Monday (December 2) any drivers caught will receive a fine for each journey through the tunnel.
Other options will be explored
One of the CPZ’s aims is to alleviate problems faced by people living near the station
Outside the station resembles an 'unsupervised municipal refuse tip' says one resident
The money will help pay for new staff to fix up second hand bikes before giving them to refugees
Motorists are advised to avoid the South Circular
Commuters at train station along the track including Herne Hill were told that trains have been cancelled.
Officials have previously said that Crossrail would help ease overcrowding on the Jubilee at Canada Water
Children from the Bridges Federation, which includes Snowsfields, Tower Bridge and Robert Browning schools, designed the illumination
An amazing seven classic pantomimes in eighty hilarious minutes
This knees up of a night out brings all the characters you know, love and hate, to pull your mates, spill your pints and pour their hearts out on the karaoke.
The scheme came about after the News and Southwark Heritage Association tried to find a way around English Heritage’s strict criteria, that a building must be standing and the person dead for them to qualify
Every year Gunaltay lights up the Aylesbury for a good cause
'It was a huge shock, but I was helped by a family friend who also has MS. She told me MS was nothing to be afraid of'
The authorities are now contacting those who have been in close contact with the patient as a "precaution"
23,812 people in Southwark have Type 2 diabetes
He had been grilled on the issue of transport overcrowding in Canada Water by Assembly Member, Caroline Pidgeon
The scheme, the largest in Southwark history, will see the overhaul of swathes of Rotherhithe and Surrey Quays in the next fifteen years
Transport took centrestage among objections to the massive Canada Water Masterplan meeting last night
Officers have recommended that councillors accept the proposals
Now you can get a Tube map that's been remade to show the history of Millwall and The Den
The yellow cab is being ditched in favour of a green alternative
Elliot Swift, who used to manage the Two Bridges pub, by City Hall, says him and his family are being made homeless over Christmas
Pub campaigners have expressed concern over the demise of pubs in the borough, including the China Hall in nearby Lower Road
The chain has identified several other potential locations in Southwark
'Our customers will really welcome this. I’d like to thank every one of them who has shared examples of ways they feel we can cut plastic in our Southwark store'
The Rotherhithe Tunnel has since re-opened fully to traffic, says TfL
Fire broke out on Sunday
Death is being treated as non-suspicious
Police said the driver of the car failed to stop at the scene
The Coroner offered his sympathies but said the present arrangements on the bridge do not put lives at risk
Over two years on from the attack Roy Larner says he is still homeless and unable to get counselling
The terrorist attack, two years ago today, claimed the lives of eight innocent people and wounded many more
The court was shown CCTV footage of the attack on Roy Larner, dubbed the 'Lion of London Bridge'
He could be in south-east or east London
Both are 'safe and well'
Both were last seen on Sunday night
'To know that my son was a good person, that he touched so many people’s lives, and was so kind, it is the only thing I have that can help me heal'
Much of the road by the Milpond Tenants Hall already seems to be effected.
Woolwich Ferry has been suspended due to a technical fault.
Denmark Hill at the junction of Milkwell Yard
The winner will be announced on December 16
'We are prepared to take over all running costs, everything, and have a sponsor lined up'
'Too much money needs to be spent on items to meet FA tick-boxes that are often unnecessary for clubs at the 5th or 6th level of non-league' - Peckham Town FC
The shock announcement of Harris' departure
'We are fast and furious runners'
Knitting and exercise classes on offer for older people
'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.
Witness talks of the horror of the stampede
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