Tens of thousands on waiting lists for safe space to store bikes
T ens of thousands of city dwellers are on waiting lists for a safe place to park their bikes, figures reveal.
Amazon asks Ring owners to respect privacy after court rules usage broke law
Amazon has urged owners of its Ring security cameras and doorbells - which come with a camera and microphone - to respect neighbours' privacy after a court ruled their use broke data laws.
Black history Tube map launched by Transport for London
A Tube map celebrating the contribution black people have made to British life throughout history has been released by Transport for London ( TfL).
TFL Have Redesigned The London Tube Map To Mark Black History Month
All 272 stations have been renamed to celebrate Black History Month for the first time ever.
TfL redesigns Tube map to mark Black History Month
T he Tube map has been recreated to honour hundreds of people who helped shape black history in Britain.
Dalston does London proud on list of world's coolest neighbourhoods
The 13th coolest in fact. And that is official
Dalston in east London has come 13th on Time Out's annual list of the world's coolest neighbourhoods.
Sarah Everard murder: Met to launch review of standards and internal culture
The Metropolitan police is launching a review of professional standards and internal culture within the force, led by a high-profile anti-sleaze adviser, following the rape and murder of Sarah Everard by a serving officer.
Is it so radical to say that the police aren't fit for purpose? | Nesrine Malik
ore people are beginning to see it. Not clearly, but something is coming into view.
Campaign gives children with disabilities chance to trick-or-treat without barriers | CBC News
For nine-year-old Gabriel Nikolakakis, Halloween has not always been a holiday he could participate in easily because of his limited mobility, but one organization is helping to change that by creating accessible trick-or-treating neighbourhoods, one home at a time.
The mafia killed Alessandra Clemente's mother. Now she wants to take them on as mayor of Naples
On 11 June 1997, a 10-year-old girl named Alessandra Clemente heard 41 gunshots from an open window at her home in Naples, as she was waiting for her mother to return for lunch.