US election night in London

After one of the closest and most bitter campaigns in US election history, thousands of Londoners stayed up overnight to see how the story developed as the votes were counted.

South Norwood business fight pavement trade fees rise

Businesses say Croydon council's hike could damage the local economy

Caroline Pidgeon: More tube strikes before Christmas

London Assembly member thinks more Underground walkouts are on the cards

Harmondsworth vows to fight Heathrow decision

Community plans legal challenge against Government move

Bromley Council's plans to outsource libraries take a hit

Bexley Council pull out of deal with Bromley council to outsource libraries

Row in Putney over common land sold for '£1.5m less than its value'

Charity Commission now investigating the running over charity responsible for the land

CARNIVAL 2016: The history of Notting Hill Carnival

Ishmahil Blagrove explains how and why the event began 50 years ago

Hackney venues may get 'late night levy'

Hackney councillors to vote on whether to impose a late night levy on alcohol-selling businesses

Ladywell flats for homeless families are unveiled

New building in south east London includes 24 apartments and 16 units for businesses

EU Referendum: London Businessman Backs Vote Leave

4th Generation Business Owner Wants to Leave Europe.

Spain's classic walking routes

Mick Webb dons his hiking boots

Cornish Mexico: How the pasty arrived in the Sierras

The 19-century miners who brought the comforts of home to the Americas