New figures from a company that fights for compensation for plane passengers have revealed that flights from Gatwick to Spain were the most delayed in the UK over the summer.
Flights from the airport, near Crawley, to Barcelona registered the highest number of flights with a delay of more than three hours.
The research by flightright.co.uk shows 20% of flights originating from the UK were delayed - up 10% on the year before.
The union published a 'no show' league table for last year the worst offenders for cancellations.Read the full story ›
Severe delays on Bakerloo Line due to earlier signal failure. Tickets being accepted on London Buses and Overground services.
London Underground are advising passengers to take the first train and change where necessary.
Speed cameras in the capital are set to be upgraded.
Londoners are being warned to watch their average speed and not just their current rate while passing them.
Work to upgrade the existing speed camera network to digital cameras will be completed by October 2016.
New figures obtained by a London Assembly member have revealed that Transport for London is planning to cut around a fifth of staff working in stations across the network.
The proposals would see staffing cut at 216 stations with around 588 workers due to be cut in total across the network.
London Assembly Labour group transport spokesman Val Shawcross said the impact would vary across the capital but some stations could see as much as a 58% reduction in staff.
Police investigating a fail to stop collision in Shepherds Hill have arrested a man.
The 23-year-old was arrested at approximately 3.30pm on Wednesday in the Tottenham area for a variety of offences including causing serious injury by dangerous driving. He remains in custody at a north London police station.
Disaster was averted this morning because a track worker saved the day. Today’s incident shows yet again that the Underground needs more patrols and more staff. RMT opposes plans to replace skilled workers with unreliable automation in all areas of its work, including train maintenance
A Met Police officer was left red-faced after attempting to stop a cyclist riding along a dedicated cycle path.Read the full story ›