London revellers will lose £3.06m worth of personal property this year, a poll reveals.
The 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation will be marked with a service at Westminster Abbey.
The Premier League has published a story suggesting that Jose Mourinho is returning to Chelsea.
Alexander Litvinenko's death could lead to a public inquiry according to senior officials close to the case.
Rather than an inquest, the coroner has asked for a public inquiry- a request that is "under careful consideration at the highest levels of government".
A decision is expected by July 3, the High Court was told today.
Sir Robert Owen, in charge of the inquest into Mr Litvinenko's death, wrote to Justice Secretary Chris Grayling after previously ruling he could not hear evidence linked to the alleged involvement of the Russian government in public.
The ruling was published after the coroner accepted an application by the Foreign Office to keep certain information under wraps.
Mr Litvinenko, 43, was poisoned with radioactive polonium-210 while drinking tea at the Millennium Hotel in London's Grosvenor Square in 2006.
Tubby Issac's jellied eels have kept east Londoner's fed for decades. Today his Aldgate stall, which has been open for 94 years, will close for the final time.
You can see photos of famous faces that have visited the shop below.
High Street traders have been forced to re-launch their initiative to boost business.
They had clubbed together to have their photographs put on display in Muswell Hill, to encourage passers-by to shop locally.
But a single complaint led to their initial campaign being wiped out.
The art project is being re-done after contractors working for Haringey Council painted over the posters which were originally put up.
Photographers Matt Humphrey and David Gould have been snapping local business owners as part of a campaign to help raise their profile and encourage shoppers to re-visit the High Street.
Agreed sales in the capital are at their highest levels in over eighteen months.
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors said the Home Buy Scheme sparked new buyer inquiries and it seems many of these have now translated into sales.
More than 50 people have made an area of North London wasteland their home.
The squatter settlement sprung up on the site of the former Hendon football club.
Families living there say they have nowhere else to go -- but their neighbours claim the council isn't doing enough to move them on.
More than fifty people have made an area of London wasteland their home despite council attempts to reclaim the area.
The Romanian makeshift camp is the latest to spring up in the capital after others settled on the grass area of Park Lane.
A council spokesman said: ‘We have been working with thepolice, the leaseholder and homeless charities to clear the area and repatriatethe squatters. Despite repeated attempts to secure the site, it has been illegally re-occupied on at least three occasions.’
London sprinter Adam Gemili had his first race of the season this morning. But, he was up against some very unusual opposition in the form of a robot.
The 19-year-old is using the robot to test his speed against and says racing against the 'mechanical man' is exciting.
Adam only made the transition from professional footballer to Olympic sprinter last year when he made his debut at London 2012 Games.
A Banksy artwork has reportedly sold for more than £750,000 to a mystery buyer.
The Slave Labour mural went missing from a wall in Wood Green in February, to the dismay of local campaigners.
After being withdrawn from auction in Miami, it went up for sale for a second time last night.
Jose Mourinho has told Spanish media he will become the new Chelsea manager, his second spell in charge of the club, by the end of the week.
He told Spanish football TV show Punto Pelota that he is flying to London today.
"I'm going to London on Monday and at the end of the week I will be the manager of Chelsea," he said.
"I feel the people there love me and in life you have to look for that.
"Life is beautiful and short and you must look for what you think is best for you."