The cast of the musical Made in Dagenham and the protesters it was based on, are coming together to continue the campaign for equal pay.
They are supporting Labour's plan to force companies with over 250 employees to publish the pay gap between their male and female employees.
The 'Mind the Pay Gap' campaign is hosting a rally in Parliament before a vote will be called on the issue this afternoon.
Currently only five companies publish their gender pay gap in their annual report.
The former Director of Public Prosecutions Sir Keir Starmer has been picked to be the Labour candidate for the constituency of Holborn and St Pancras. The constituency is a safe Labour seat and is currently represented by Frank Dobson who is standing down.
Londoners have been assured that the concession will be in place this year, with Transport for London having to pick up the full bill.Read the full story ›
Some sex acts, including spanking and aggressive whipping have been banned to crack down on harmful content.Read the full story ›
Met Police chief, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe says Londoners could see fewer police because of budget cuts.
Met Police Chief Bernard Hogan-Howe revealed today the force needs to make savings of up to £1.4 billion. That's the equivalent to a third of the Met's original budget.