London Go 17th August 2018
Students across the capital have received their results today
At Manorfield school, the children have cooked their own pizzas for lunch
The Home Secretary has announced he is doubling the funding to tackle rising levels of violent crime
There have been hundreds of suggestions for London's most historic monuments and shrines to form a new exhibition
People in West London are being invited to take part in a programme that aims to make it easier to spot the signs of modern-day slavery
Photographs of London taken by a hundred rough sleepers - past and present - are on display in Liverpool Street
Marks the European Premiere of a new show by the people behind La Soiree
Until its closure in 2016, it was Western Europe's largest female jail
The London school boys created from scratch and sold an innovative and unique smart brake light for bicycles
The awards recognise the achievements of women from across the UK
Paul Kohler was attacked in his home in Wimbledon.
Marking the start of the summer holidays, the Mayor of London tells young Londoners to keep out of trouble
The new organisers of the Carnival are promising to make this year's event the most successful, safe and spectacular to date.
The project marks the centenary of women winning the right to vote
A new campaign aims to keep young people away from the dangerous lines