David Morris drank five double whiskies before launching into a drink-fuelled tirade when he was refused any more drinks.Read the full story ›
The streets of London will soon be greener, after Boris Johnson announced plans to plant another 4,300 trees by March next year. That will bring the total number of trees planted under the Street Tree initiative to 20,000. 23 projects will share £600,000 as part of the latest round of planting.
- The latest batch of trees will be planted in the following boroughs:
- Barnet - 72
- Brent - 202
- Camden - 100
- Croydon - 194
- Ealing - 1161
- Enfield - 347
- Hackney - 50
- Hammersmith and Fulham - 100
- Haringey - 200
- Harrow - 400
- Havering - 50
- Hillingdon - 50
- Hounslow - 200
- Islington - 400
- Kingston - 40
- Lambeth - 300
- Lewisham - 21
- Merton - 110
- Newham - 20
- Redbridge - 80
- Westminster - 181
A man who was arrested on Boris Johnson's flight back from Kuala Lumpur today has been charged.
43 year old David Owen Morris, from Aldershot in Surrey, was charged with a number of offences including assault by beating and being drunk on a aeroplane.
He will appear at Uxbridge Magistrates Court on December 18th.
The Mayor of London was heading back from the Far East with his trade delegation when the unexpected events began to unfold at 35,000 feet.Read the full story ›
London's Mayor Boris Johnson has floated the idea of introducing car free Sundays in the capital, after experiencing one in Indonesia.Read the full story ›
The Mayor of London has visited the Singapore Botanic Gardens as part of his trade mission to Asia.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson wants a personal drone to fly across the skies of London and deliver his online shopping.Read the full story ›
The Mayor of London will be stepping behind the coffee counter today as part of his launch of a new rate for the London Living Wage.
Boris Johnson will be marking the beginning of Living Wage week at the first coffee shop in the city to commit to paying the increased wage.
The London Living Wage is calculated on an hourly rate based on the combination of the cost of living in the city and 60 percent of the median wage.