It’s almost 30 years since the 25 year old star of the hip-hop music scene, Tupac Shakur, was murdered by a gunman firing into the window of the car the rapper was travelling in. Now, a former gang leader has been charged with his murder. Duane ‘Keefy D’ Davis has been arrested and is in…
Elianne Andam was the 15th teenage victim of homicide in London so far this year.
Speculation is mounting that the Prime Minister could announce that inheritance tax is to be cut. Such a move would only benefit the children of couples who are able to pass on more than a million pounds – that’s a tiny fraction of the overall population. But it is being seen as a sweetener aimed…
The Liberal Democrats have begun their annual conference in Bournemouth with a £5bn-a-year pledge to provide people in England with free social care. Party leaders are setting out the policies they hope will win over voters from the Tory heartlands.
The family of 10-year-old Sara Sharif are on their way back to the UK from Pakistan. Police in Surrey want to speak to Sara’s father, his partner and brother – who all left the UK the day before the child’s body was found at her home near Woking on 10 August.
The escape from Wandsworth prison sparked a four-day manhunt involving more than 150 police officers.
London’s busiest airports – Heathrow and Gatwick – are the latest buildings to discover the presence of Raac concrete, which has caused so much chaos to dozens of schools. Safety precautions have already been put in place – and neither airport has reported any risk to the travelling public.
An art exhibition with a difference has opened at the Barbican Gallery in London. Each one of the works has been drawn, painted or made by someone with a brain injury.
Now London’s attempt to hit motorists with more stringent anti pollution measures may have proved a liability at the polls – but British cities are still legally obliged to become greener.
Labour are busy in Selby and Ainsty doing a victory lap after overturning a Tory majority of twenty thousand – a result that will send 25 year old Kier Mather to Westminster.
They don’t always agree with him, but ministers have been lining up to back Nigel Farage, who claims Coutts bank closed his account because his views “do not align” with its values.
The corporation’s director general Tim Davie said the situation was “complex” and the allegations have now been reported to the police.
The BBC has said it would treat any allegations very seriously, and had processes in place to deal with them.
Emergency services across the UK say a back-up system put in place after a system failure that left 999 callers unable to get through, is still causing problems. Most police forces and other emergency services say they are now able to receive calls but the technology that automatically identifies the location of the call is…
Winning a majority of seats in Scotland in the next general election will be pivotal to seeking talks with the UK government, the SNP leader told delegates at an independence convention in Dundee today.