Prime Minister visits Hayes Asda, walks down cereal aisle

David Cameron made an early morning trip to a supermarket in Hayes yesterday along with Labour MP Harriet Harman. Sadly this wasn’t the start

I was chopping meat when he opened fire’: Butcher recalls terrifying moment gang war came to his shop

A butcher has described how a gangland shooting in Hackney spilled over into his shop when a gunman opened fire at a drug dealer

London weather: Enjoy today – the rest of the week will be stormy

The Bakerloo Line has long been known to Londoners as the Underground line with the weird old-fashioned seats. But now the faded upholstery is

Rabbi Janner-Klausner would like ‘to take Naz Shah to Israel’ as row about anti-Semitism explodes

Rabbi Laura Janner Klausner welcomed Naz Shah into her home last week for an interfaith feast for Passover – and this morning said that

Adorable puppies and bunnies help university students de-stress

We never thought we’d miss exams, but we might be persuaded to resit our finals if we were as lucky as students at the

South West trains to Waterloo cancelled and delayed through rush hour

South West trains to and from Waterloo station are facing delays of up to 20 minutes this morning – and some services have been

Man missing from south London mental health unit ‘is a risk to himself and the public’

Police have warned that a man who has gone missing from a secure mental health unit “could pose a threat”. Abdul Nahar was last

Hunt for sex attacker who stalked and groped woman on Tube

Police are hunting a pervert who stalked a woman even when she changed trains. The victim was travelling on the Victoria Line on Monday

‘Huge crack’ as THREE Heathrow planes struck by lightning

At least three planes are thought to have been struck as lightning forked through the skies over the capital. Holidaymakers returning from Iceland on