The company offered a Brexit risk-assessment said no deal from the EU would 'force Airbus to reconsider its investments in the UK'.Read the full story ›
Transport for London could cut up to 1,500 jobs because of spending restrictions, according to unions.Read the full story ›
In the biggest sign of a slowdown in eight years, London recorded a 0.6% year-on-year fall this month, lenders said.Read the full story ›
Sadiq Khan will face questions from the London Assembly today about his plans for London's budget.
The Mayor's budget includes the capital's Police and Fire Services as well as transport and the environment.
Mr Khan will call on the Assembly to join his campaign against national Government cuts to the Met's funding.
The cost of Business Parking Permits in London has risen by an average of 81 per cent in ten years.
The Federation of Small Businesses says costs such as this are stifling business growth.
Many of London's market stall holders have lost the spaces they need for trading.
The London Assembly Housing Committee will meet today to discuss whether affordable housing can be provided for Londoners.
The committee will assess draft guidance from the Mayor which aims to streamline the construction of new homes and increase the proportion which is "genuinely affordable".
A barber in Romford is hoping to change not just hairstyles, but lives too.
Anderson Boyce is offering free haircuts to unemployed young men with upcoming job interviews.
He hopes the scheme will motivate the next generation to get into work.
It is hoped the 7,400-mile journey will become a cost-efficient and time-saving way of transporting trade between China and the UK.Read the full story ›
Barking will today welcome the first Chinese freight train to the UK.
The train began its twelve-thousand mile journey over two weeks ago.
The new service will be cheaper than transporting goods by air and faster than sea.
The UK House Price Index will be released today.
The figures from the Office of National Statistics are expected to show that house prices across the UK have risen.
Predictions are that the rate of growth in London will be shown to be below the national average.