A father suffered potentially life-changing injuries, and his partner and two-year-old son were also hurt in an acid attack in north London.Read the full story ›
Dr Jeroen Ensink was killed on the doorstep of his flat in Islington in December.Read the full story ›
Firefighters from Islington and Holloway are batting a blaze in Essex Road, London Fire Brigade say.
Detectives have appealed witnesses after woman was raped at knife-point in north London after she was asked for cash.Read the full story ›
A 25-year-old man has been shot dead in north London.Read the full story ›
A man filmed punching dog outside supermarket in Islington has come forward to the authorities.
The video was filmed on Monday August 15th outside the Co-Op on Benwell Road, near to Arsenal's Emirates Stadium.
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A dramatic rescue of two children and two adults from a burning building was caught on camera.Read the full story ›
Labour leadership challenger Angela Eagle has told Peston on Sunday that she is fighting to save her party.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has denied that he is under pressure, amid repeated calls from fellow Labour MPs to stand down as party leader.
Speaking at the Durham Miners' Gala, he said: "There is no pressure on me - none whatsoever. Real pressure is when you don't have enough money to feed your kids."
The Labour leader called for party and national unity, saying that there is a need for "solidarity amongst all of us".
"We need a government that will bring the country together, that will invest in all regions of the country," he said. "We bring people together by investing in them."
Mr Corbyn also spoke out against the recent spate on racially-motivated attacks following the Brexit vote, saying "an attack on a minority is in reality an attack on all of us".
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has criticised Andrea Leadsom's controversial motherhood comments about Theresa May.
"She [Leadsom] shouldn't be raising it as a way of criticism, it shouldn't raised as a matter of public debate," he said in an interview with ITV News.
"A man would never be asked those questions - why should a woman be asked those questions?"
They are both putting themselves forward for leadership of their party, it's up to them to have what I hope will be a serious, intelligent and mature debate about the policies each would wish to follow as leader, not reduce it to this sort of level of personal criticism, it's unfair and it's wrong.