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Sadiq Khan says the capital faces a budget shortfall of nearly £500 million ($628 million) over the next two years because of an 'unprecedented' income loss from the crisis
A decision on whether this year's London Marathon – already postponed from April to October – will push through is expected soon
Domestic services are set to be the first to return at London City Airport
Lloyd's of London says the coronavirus pandemic would have a 'unique' impact on the insurance industry, with its 'devastating' economic, human, and social cost
Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye calls on the British government to 'urgently lay out a roadmap for how they will reopen borders once the disease has been beaten'
Organizers say there are 10 scenarios being considered for the postponed race
300 rooms will be made available in two hotels for the next 12 weeks for London's homeless
Another major race that draws runners around the world has been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic
Researchers caution that the breakthrough does not constitute a generalized cure for HIV, which leads to nearly one million deaths every year
Video footage of the operation shows Turner playing the violin as doctors monitored her movements on screens
The 57-year-old Ben Wilson has toured London for the past 15 years sculpting and repainting scraps of gum discarded by passers-by
Researchers at Imperial College London said their ultimate goal was to have an effective and safe way of halting the SARS-like strain's spread by the end of 2020
Police say Sudesh Amman, 20, who was wearing a fake suicide vest, was shot on the busy Streatham High Road packed with shoppers at about 2 pm
London's Metropolitan Police says the incident has been declared as terrorist-related
(UPDATED) Two members of the same family are Britain's first confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus
A group of Londoners defy security cameras by walking through the city in surreal face paint
Meeting outside London to mark the 70th year of the Atlantic alliance, the members vow to stick together against threats from Russia and terrorism and recognize the challenge of a rising China
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the main opposition Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn, and London Mayor Sadiq Khan join a vigil to honor London Bridge attack victims Jack Merritt and Saskia Jones
Boris Johnson blames the previous Labour government for changing the law in 2008 to allow for the early release of prisoners
Boris Johnson pledges to introduce minimum 14-year sentences for serious terrorist offenses, while some convicted might never be released, and to scrap early release if he wins a majority
The latest attack comes less than two weeks before Britain's general election, and politicians temporarily suspended campaigning
Police say that the man was convicted in 2012 for terror offenses
(4th UPDATE) The incident happens on the north side of London bridge. Police add that, 'A man has been detained. We believe a number of people have been injured.'
Military detectives who unearthed evidence of the alleged war crimes says that seniors commanders hid them 'for political reasons'
(3rd UPDATE) European Council President Donald Tusk says the 'basic foundations of an agreement are ready'
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited says it is 'disappointed' to pull its bid for the London Stock Exchange Group
The alliance is a new collaboration with crime fighters to train software to more quickly spot and filter violent imagery fed to the platform by 'dangerous' groups
Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited says its proposed merger with the London Stock Exchange Group 'represents a highly compelling strategic opportunity'
Although Salih Khater did not kill anyone, and ended up crashing the car into security barriers, the August 2018 attack sent several people to hospital for treatment
The 22-year-old, who was unarmed, is arrested at around 2:00am (0100 GMT) on Wednesday and the incident is not being treated as terror-related, the police says
This conference brings together countries and organizations taking action to defend media freedom
The 'one country, two systems' deal is at the center of the row between London and Beijing
A Chinese foreign ministry spokesman says UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt 'seems to be fantasizing in the faded glory of British colonialism and in the bad habit of gesticulating while looking down on other countries' affairs'
The launch of the London-Shanghai Stock Connect marks 'the first time that any foreign company will be able to list in mainland China'
The teenagers are suspected of ganging up on a lesbian couple for refusing to kiss each other for entertainment
MPs are due to vote for a fourth time in early June on the terms of Britain's withdrawal from the EU
The guide is put together by British aid agency Save the Children and experts at Imperial College London at the request of Syrian medics working in the bloody 8-year civil war
(UPDATED) Theresa May says MPs will vote on legislation to implement the Brexit deal in the week starting June 3, with the aim of getting Britain out of the European Union by the end of July
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's government aims to 'give people a choice on independence' from the United Kingdom before the end of the current term of parliament expires in May 2021
The protests are organized by the campaign group Extinction Rebellion, which was established last year in Britain by academics and has become one of the world's fastest-growing environmental movements
(UPDATED) A legal source familiar with the case tells Agence France-Presse that Julian Assange is being held at Belmarsh prison in southeast London
Julian Assange has been living at Ecuador's embassy in London's plush Knightsbridge district since 2012
(3rd UPDATE) The Empire State Building in New York, Big Ben in London, Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong, Eiffel Tower in Paris, Opera House in Sydney, and others flick the switch for Earth Hour
Guimaras, a place highly dependent on marine and coastal resources, is the perfect site to investigate and demonstrate how much seagrasses contribute to fisheries in coastal communities
The Wood Anatomy Laboratory in Britain's Royal Botanic Gardens may not seem like the obvious epicenter of efforts to halt international illegal logging
Ten years after the first confirmed case of an HIV-infected person being rid of the deadly disease, a man known only as the 'London patient' shows no sign of the virus for nearly 19 months, researchers report
Parliament will hold a symbolic vote endorsing Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy but Conservative Party hardliners could abstain, threatening defeat for her
The British government insists it is working towards leaving the EU on time, with a deal in place
Lacking the support of main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the campaign has flagged in recent weeks
A marble plaque with the names of Marx and his family – the monument's oldest and most fragile part – was repeatedly hit with a blunt metal instrument