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# London

This year
2024
Two men who used neo-Nazi podcast to encourage listeners to commit violent acts jailed
15-year-old boy arrested on suspicion of New Year’s Eve fireworks murder in London
Man arrested after teenage boy fatally stabbed at London viewpoint on New Year’s Eve
Last year
2023
Man arrested on suspicion of theft and criminal damage after London Banksy art removed
Removal of Banksy artwork in London reported to Met Police to ‘help get it back’
Woman charged with murder of four-year-old son in London
Woman ‘covered in blood’ arrested after four-year-old boy dies in London knife attack
Tánaiste meets UK Foreign Secretary David Cameron in London
Woman charged in connection with London fire which killed two sets of twin brothers
Teenager charged with murder after woman shot dead in east London
Jeremy Hunt to announce UK tax cuts aimed at reviving stagnant economy
Gerry Adams waits for ruling in London High Court fight with UK bomb victims
Russell Brand ‘interviewed under caution over allegations of sexual offences’
Mary Lou McDonald says Suella Braverman must 'cop on' after comments on Northern Ireland
Counter-protesters detained after clashes with Met Police as thousands gather for pro-Palestine march
Britain's Prince Harry wins latest round in legal battle with UK newspapers
Sunak issues warning over ‘disrespectful’ Armistice Day pro-Palestinian march
Campaign group Republic to protest at King Charles III's first state opening of Parliament
Pro-Palestine demonstrations held in cities across Europe today
WeWork ‘committed to Irish market’ despite plans to close some offices around the world
UK travel agents win €2.3 million in High Court case against Ryanair over refunds
Major pro-Palestinian protests take place across UK and Ireland
UK police apologise after armed officers knock boy, 13, off bike for playing with water pistol
Greta Thunberg charged with public order offence after London climate protest
Greta Thunberg arrested at London oil protest
Jacksonville Jaguars clinch back-to-back London wins
Just Stop Oil protesters disrupt Les Miserables performance in London's West End
Tory candidate for London mayor role criticised for saying Jews ‘frightened’ under Sadiq Khan
Lindsay Hoyle: Social media's role during January 6 riots was a 'wake up call' for parliaments
17-year-old boy charged with murder of 15-year-old Elianne Andam appears in court
Debunked: Video alleging fraud cites baseless claims about Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s assets
Teenager in custody after 15-year-old girl with ‘bright future’ fatally stabbed in UK
Brexit branded ‘a huge mistake’ as UK protesters march to re-join EU
Annie Mac tells UK govt that women have to fight for their right to safety in music industry
UK marks the first anniversary of Queen Elizabeth's death
Hunt for terror suspect enters third day in UK after 21-year-old man escapes from prison
Freddie Mercury's baby grand piano sells for £1.7 million at London auction
London mayor hits out at Nigel Farage at black culture festival
Judge orders children’s return to Ireland after mother’s 'abduction plot'
€14.58 daily charge introduced for some vehicles as London becomes largest pollution charging area