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# London

All time
Experts give contrasting views on Sheeran’s Shape Of You at copyright trial
Ed Sheeran ‘target of concerted plan to promote artist accusing him of copying’, court hears
Julian Assange denied permission to appeal against US extradition decision
Sarah Everard vigil organisers win High Court challenge against UK Police
Taoiseach travels to London as part of a two-day trip to mark St Patrick's Day celebrations
Ed Sheeran tells court he is trying to 'clear my name' in copyright case
Fire breaks out on 17th floor of east London high-rise block
'Predatory' man admits murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa
Police step in as Labour leader Keir Starmer targeted by mob near UK Parliament
No drinking bans, S&C overhaul, body fat and cardiac tests: The blueprint to rise in Division 4
Julian Assange wins ruling in his battle against extradition to US
Vigils continue across island of Ireland for Ashling Murphy
UK to deploy troops to London hospitals impacted by Covid-related staff shortages
Murder, rape, assault and drug offences: Over 1,000 Irish arrested by Met Police this year
Man pleads not guilty to murder of Conservative MP David Amess
Albanian delivery driver admits killing London teacher
Police mistakes ‘probably’ contributed to Stephen Port victims’ deaths, inquest finds
US wins court bid to overturn block on Julian Assange extradition
Boris Johnson under pressure from Christmas party claims as Covid Plan B comes into effect
Wembley murders officers jailed over ‘shameful’ WhatsApp images
Two children and two women die in house fire in London
First Irish citizen sworn in as Lord Mayor of City of London
Richard Ratcliffe on day 20 of hunger strike over wife’s detention in Iran
Cardinal on trial as Vatican financial scandal case resumes
London Metropolitan Police officer due in court charged with rape
British military tanker drivers take to roads of the UK to ease fuel crisis
Met Police must answer ‘serious questions’ over Sarah Everard case, Patel says
Police officer who killed Sarah Everard will die in jail for her murder
Police officer killed Sarah Everard after making ‘false arrest’, court told
Latest Bond film No Time To Die premieres in London
Takeaway driver will deny murder of teacher Sabina Nessa, court told
Man charged with murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa
UK police arrest man on suspicion of murder of teacher Sabina Nessa
Vigil to be held in London for murdered teacher Sabina Nessa as police seek man caught on CCTV
Man arrested on suspicion of the murder of Sabina Nessa
UK police believe 28-year-old teacher was murdered as she took five-minute walk to meet friend
London's Tower Bridge blocked by Extinction Rebellion protesters
Anti-vaccine protesters ‘force their way into ITN’s London headquarters’
London's Tower Bridge reopens to traffic after being stuck due to technical fault
More storms on the way in UK after almost a month’s rain falls on London in a day