The horrific attack happened at around 10:45pm on a grass area near Barge Walk, in Kingston, south west London.Read the full story ›
A 13-year-old girl was raped after agreeing to meet up with a man in Kingston-upon-Thames.
The teenager was attacked on 17 May near Barge Walk in Kingston-upon-Thames. She met the suspect the previous day in Camden and agreed to meet again the following day.
I would appeal to anyone who saw anything suspicious or has information to contact us immediately.
In particular, I would appeal to the couple who approached the victim to call us. They may hold vital information about what happened.
The suspect is described as Asian, in his early 20s, wearing blue jeans and a dark coloured leather jacket. Anyone with information can call police on 020 8721 4251 or on 101.
The exuberant player pulled the pen out of his sock after scoring in a 24-12 win over Japan at Twickenham.Read the full story ›
A huge smoke cloud shrouded parts of Charlton, visible as far away as the Shard.Read the full story ›
Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring hit out at her neighbours for complaining to the council about the red and white stripes.Read the full story ›
The Viking Star arrived in Greenwich as part of her maiden voyage.Read the full story ›
A coroner has ruled that the deaths of two men who died after their stairlifts broke were 'accidental'. George Bathmaker from Mitcham and James Bell from Ramsgate both fell down steps after inadequate welds on the lifts fractured
The manufacturer Acorn Stairlifts has accepted responsibility and has taken steps to ensure the failures cannot happen again.
An inquest at Westminster Coroner's Court is examining the death of a man from Mitcham who died when his stairlift broke.Read the full story ›
Delays, diversions and cancellations caused chaos to services on South West Trains which were hit by signal failures in south west London.Read the full story ›
David Cameron said today there was "still time to shape the future" as he embarked on a final election push 48 hours before the country goes to the polls.
The Conservative leader insisted there was momentum behind his party's campaign, but his speech to activists in south west London was marred by a heckler shouting "Come on SNP".
Party faithful booed as Mr Cameron described the choice facing voters and the possible prospect of "chaos" with Labour leader Ed Miliband as prime minister "backed by the SNP".
But a lone male voice shouted: "Come on SNP, I'm feeling racism from you guys in your party."