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Panic in Londons Covent Garden as black cab mounts pavement

A black cab reportedly mounted the pavement injuring pedestrians in the busy tourist area of Covent Garden in London on 1 November. Metropolitan Police issued a statement saying they believe the incident not to be terrorist related.  16 days ago

Ride out causes mayhem on Halloween weekend in London

 A large group of people on motorcycles terrorised the roads of East London and Essex on Oct. 29.The and amp;#39;ride out and amp;#39; drove on the wrong side of the road, smashed a police car windscreen and let off fire extinguishers at members of the public.Officers made four arrests including disqualified driving and possession of drug. Officers also recovered three motorcycles 18 days ago

Nelson Mandela group march through London calling for global peace

The Elders, the independent group of former leaders founded by Nelson Mandela, led a symbolic walk in central London on 23 October. Local groups and young leaders from the British Councils Future Leaders Connect programme marched as part of a global call for peace, tolerance and solidarity. 24 days ago

Nelson Mandela group march through London calling for global peace

The Elders, the independent group of former leaders founded by Nelson Mandela, led a symbolic walk in central London on 23 October. Local groups and young leaders from the British Councils Future Leaders Connect programme marched as part of a global call for peace, tolerance and solidarity. 24 days ago

Luton Man Found Guilty On Terrorism Charges

Police release footage of the dramatic moment a student who wanted to carry out a terror attack in the UK is arrested in a police raid just days before he planned to travel to Syria to join ISIS 28 days ago

London police release footage of jailed serial thief stealing from a tourist

A Chilean man was jailed at Isleworth Crown Court on Thursday (12 October) after being found guilty of 11 separate counts of theft at various locations in London. The Metropolitan Police believed that Emilio Guerrero-Sepulveda made two separate trips to the British capital in order specifically to steal tourists money. The highest value item recovered from Guerrero-Sepulveda was a camera valued at £8,800 taken from Selfridges earlier this year. This CCTV footage shows the thief stealing a bag at the Ibis Hotel in West Drayton. Oct 13, 2017

Shocking video captures horrific acid attack in London

Two men have been convicted of conducting random chemical attacks and violent robberies in London. Sadik Kamara, 24, and Joshua Gordon, 20, were both found guilty of applying a corrosive fluid with intent to burn, main, disfigure or do grievous bodily harm at Wood Green Crown Court on 10 October. The Met Police have released shocking CCTV footage of one of the incidents, where a gang including Kamara and Gordon entered a supermarket in Hackney, and sprayed the shopkeeper with ammonia three times in the face, before stamping on her. The pair will be sentenced on 17 November. Oct 13, 2017

Eleven injured in London car crash

Eleven people were injured on 7 October when a car collided with pedestrians near London and amp;#39;s Natural History Museum, in one of the capital and amp;#39;s busiest tourist areas. Oct 8, 2017

NFL mascot rappels down from roof of Wembley stadium

The Jacksonville Jaguars team mascot, Jaxson de Ville, jumped from the roof of Londons Wembley Stadium on Sunday, 24 September, as the National Football League celebrated its 10th year hosting games in the United Kingdom capital city. Fans cheered and dramatic music played as the character, a humanized version of a jaguar, jumped from the ceiling and rappelled down to the field. Sep 25, 2017

Uber loses London license

Transport for London (TFL) have decided not to renew the license to operator for the minicab company, after years of pressure from the citys black cab drivers. TFL said in a statement that the controversial company is not fit and proper to hold the operating license. Sep 22, 2017

Britain raises security threat level to critical

Britain lifted its national security threat level to critical from severe on Friday (September 15), meaning an attack is expected, after a bomb on a London commuter train injured 29 people.Prime Minister Theresa May said in a televised statement that armed police and members of the military would be seen on the streets in the coming days. Sep 16, 2017