The Chief Executive of Barnet council, Andrew Travers, has left his position by "mutual agreement", officials have confirmed.Read the full story ›
Sadiq Khan chose a Jewish community Holocaust commemoration as the first public event of his mayoralty.Read the full story ›
A “full and urgent inquiry” is being demanded after voters across Barnet were turned away because of a council blunder.
Names were missing from polling lists and residents who attempted to cast their vote were stopped.
People affected were later offered emergency proxy votes.
The leader of the Conservative group in the London Assembly, Gareth Bacon, claimed any lost votes could have affected the allocation of London-wide seats.
To have voters turned away for any reason is completely unacceptable.
We are demanding a full explanation for this abysmal administrative performance.
London Elects and Barnet Council have had four years to plan for this but they both failed to get it right when it mattered and the voting public has suffered.
The men attacked the young boy and two other women as they stole two laptops that had been advertised on Gumtree.Read the full story ›
Two men have been charged with the murder of Ali Nasrollahi, who was stabbed to death in north London.Read the full story ›
A man has died after being stabbed in a quiet north London residential street.Read the full story ›
CCTV footage shows the man running across the road and kicking a woman to the ground with both feet outside a McDonaldsRead the full story ›
The Metropolitan Police are rolling out new footprint scanning technology to help catch criminals.
The scanners allow them to match a suspects' shoes to prints found at a crime scene.
An initial trial in Barnet has already led to nearly a hundred convictions. The scheme is due to be rolled out across the whole of London soon - and could eventually be used nationwide.
Some Barnet council workers will strike today, over a dispute about the outsourcing of council services. The council is looking at more affordable ways to deliver services including for libraries, street cleaning and school meals.
Barnet Unison claims more than 80% of staff could end up working for a different employer under the changes. Today's strike is part of 6 weeks worth of action.