What a year it's been full of ups and down, turmoil and change and it seems events here in London have got the entire nation talking.Read the full story ›
Taken part of the English test for minicab drivers? Here are the answers.
- 1) In 1863, there weren’t any ELECTRIC trains.
- 2) Steam engines used the power of FIRE AND WATER.
- 3) Thousands of people used the London Underground on THE FIRST DAY.
- 4) The old London Underground used GAS lights.
- 5) When the London Underground opened, most of the tickets sold were the THIRD CLASS TICKETS/CHEAP TICKETS.
5 paragraphs... 5 questions... turn over your papers now...Read the full story ›
They took a week-and-a-half to put up and cost £30,000.Read the full story ›
Gold was sent a seemingly harmless tweet by a Hammers fan asking him to support his young brother who has just started a new school.Read the full story ›
We want your pictures and video! The good, the bad and the ugly!Read the full story ›
It's safe to say these eye-catching accessories take the Christmas spirit to a whole new level.Read the full story ›
Mark Leigh, 48, began taking pictures of lost gloves around three years ago, and has since collected over 300 photos.Read the full story ›
The 70ft paster-cast sauropod replica has dominated the entrance to London's Natural History Museum since it was introduced in 1979.Read the full story ›
Made even more unusual because the items are all made of felt.Read the full story ›