Thousands of historical medical reports compiled by London doctors over the past two centuries have been publicised by the Wellcome Library
726 schools across the capital are closed today because of joint industrial action from two unions.
Researchers say the prestige of a UK degree is still recognised by employers around the world.
Couple of hundred students protesting now outside uni of london over police action on campus "cops off campus" http://t.co/BBmXlnzoH5
Cops off campus demo has attracted 9 police vans. Clashes with protestors on Russell Square http://t.co/rx10SZip6c
Around 70 students have occupied Senate House, the administrative centre of University of London, in protest over the governments plans to privatise the student loan book, the closure of University of London Union and in support of Higher Education workers fighting for improved pay.
Occupation beginning as students call for Adrian Smith to face them in Senate House http://t.co/1yyIiSOfRZ
Today's occupation follows a wave of protests in universities across the country in the last few days including Edinburgh, Birmingham, Sussex and Goldsmiths.
BREAKING: Students are occupying Senate House http://t.co/kudiT8oQR2
A major new study out today claims only 15 percent of London parents think their children are safe online from bullies or abusers.
Almost half the parents interviewed by the Anti-Bullying Alliance expressed concerns about their child being bullied online.
A similar number believe their child may have taken part in cyber-bullying.
We may only be in November but one schoolboy has already set his sights on a Christmas number one.
Eleven-year-old Fynnjan Leach-Verhoeven, who has Asperger's, will be taking on the winner of this year's X-factor, plus Atomic Kitten, Blue and Bewitched, in the battle for the festive top spot.
He recorded 'The Spirit of Christmas' to raise money both for the National Autistic society and his own school's special educational needs department. Toby Sadler went to meet him
An 11-year-old boy with Asperger's Syndrome is taking on the winner of this year's X-Factor in an attempt to get the Christmas number one.
Fynnjan Leach-Verhoeven from Beaconsfield wrote the song "The Spirit of Christmas" last year, and performed it with his school, to the surprise of his mother, who'd never heard him sing. Now it's being released as a single to raise money for the National Autism Society and his school.