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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. 2 days ago

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. 8 days ago

Eyewitnesses describe panic after Parsons Green explosion

People at the scene reported seeing crowds falling over each other and just fleeing after the explosion in the morning of 15 September in London. Police have confirmed that at least 18 people were injured in the blast. 8 days ago

Four jailed following London burglaries

Four men have been jailed after being involved in two burglaries in south-east London.Police released footage on September 14 of one of the burglaries, which shows a group of men smashing a shop front door and fleeing the scene with goods. 9 days ago

FC Köln fans storm London streets in spectacular video

Around 20,000 German football fans have travelled to the UK ahead of tonights Europa league clash with Arsenal. Footage shared on Twitter shows the moment thousands of FC Köln supporters marched through the streets of London chanting. 9 days ago

FC Köln fans storm London streets in spectacular video

Around 20,000 German football fans have travelled to the UK ahead of tonights Europa league clash with Arsenal. Footage shared on Twitter shows the moment thousands of FC Köln supporters marched through the streets of London chanting. 9 days ago

130-tonne fatberg found clogging east London sewer

One of the biggest fatbergs ever seen in Britain has been found blocking a Victorian-era, east London sewer. The rock-solid mass of wet wipes, nappies, fat and oil stretches as long as three soccer pitches and weighs as much as 10 double-decker buses. In 2013, a similar but smaller fatberg was found in a sewer in Kingston, southwest of London. 10 days ago

Anti-Brexit protest in London ahead of EU law vote

Thousands of anti-Brexit protesters marched through London. The Peoples March for Europe took place two days before MPs vote on the withdrawal of the UK from EU law. The protesters believe the negative effects of leaving the EU are becoming more obvious. Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable said people were worried about Brexits impact on the future. 14 days ago