The 15 areas of England to have vaccinated the lowest proportion of adults against COVID-19 are all in London.
Veteran environmental activist Swampy has left an anti-HS2 demonstration in a network of tunnels beneath central London, leaving just one protester left.
Two so-called zombie knives and two Rambo-style blades were found at the scene of an attack on a 16-year-old boy, police have said.
A teenager who was stabbed to death in northwest London is believed to have first had a car driven at him and then been chased by four people before the fatal attack, police have said.
The Prince of Wales has visited his father, the Duke of Edinburgh, at King Edward VII’s hospital in London.
The prime minister has said he is concerned about crime “rebounding” as lockdown ends.
The intelligence role of the alleged killer of Harry Dunn was not mentioned in official notes between the US embassy in London and the Foreign Office, it has emerged.
Two men in their 20s have died and eleven others been injured in a series of stabbings across London within 24 hours.
Police have discovered more than 70 people partying on a boat in west London in breach of coronavirus lockdown measures.
A teenage boy who was stabbed to death in north London has been named by police as 15-year-old Romario Opia.
The number of shootings in London is on the rise, despite the capital being in lockdown for significant parts of last year.
Dozens have been fined after police caught 300 people at an illegal rave in northeast London.
Dozens of coronavirus patients in London are set to be transferred from their hospital beds to a hotel to free up space for critical cases.
A sonic boom has been heard over London and Cambridge after two RAF jets were scrambled to intercept a private plane.
Two men have died and a woman has been arrested following a “disturbance” in east London on Sunday morning.
London has entered a new phase of its battle against coronavirus after mayor Sadiq Khan declared a major incident over the numbers of patients in the capital’s hospitals.
Prince William has heard about the “horror of the situation” a London hospital is facing due to the dramatic rise in COVID-19 patients.
A major incident has been declared in London due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 cases threatening to overrun its already stretched hospitals.
Sunday’s Premier League game between Fulham and Burnley has been called off following an increase in coronavirus cases among the London club’s players and staff.
Intensive care units in three London hospitals were “full” on New Year’s Eve, leaving patients waiting to be transferred to other hospitals for critical care, according to a leaked NHS email obtained by Sky News.
A few stragglers did defy the advice to stay indoors but otherwise, the noise from Britain’s most recognisable clock soon gave way to what was a subdued night.
Fulham’s Premier League game at Tottenham on Wednesday is in doubt after the southwest London club returned a number of positive COVID-19 tests.
As the rising number of coronavirus cases in England puts more pressure on the NHS, Sky News speaks to a paramedic about the challenges facing the ambulance service.
Snow and ice warnings are in place for much of the UK heading into the bank holiday, including as far south as London, as vast swathes of the country are braced for a cold snap in the aftermath of Storm Bella.
Graffiti artists have sprayed a Grenfell mural inside Oxford Circus underground station in central London.
Extra police officers are being deployed at railway stations to stop people from making non-essential Tier 4 journeys after passengers crowded onto trains in London to escape the tightening of COVID-19 restrictions.
Millions of people across southeast England will no longer be able to mix with other households at Christmas, with a new Tier 4 level of COVID restrictions – equivalent to a full lockdown – to come into force tomorrow.
An Iranian dissident who was tortured by the regime has been found guilty of trying to firebomb a diplomatic vehicle at the country’s embassy in London.
The owner of a hairdressers in central London is facing a £10,000 fine for transforming their shop’s basement into a makeshift club.
London and parts of Essex and Hertfordshire will move into the highest level of coronavirus restrictions on Wednesday.