Those attending enjoyed a brighter day after rain put a dampener on the opening but paused to remember the tragedy at nearby Grenfell.Read the full story ›
The Smile singer was pictured appearing to be carried out of the London carnival - but later tweeted she was fine and "just a lightweight".Read the full story ›
Four people have been stabbed in a series of knife attacks at the Notting Hill Carnival.Read the full story ›
Up to a million people were expected to attend on Sunday, with the day dedicated to children and families.Read the full story ›
Met Police with special skills to recognise the faces of criminals will keep an eye on Notting Hill Carnival CCTV footage.Read the full story ›
The Labour leadership frontrunner took to the streets to join the party.Read the full story ›
The weather may not be great but that it has not deterred revellers in London's Notting Hill enjoying Europe's biggest street party.
An estimated one million people expected to attend the two-day event over the Bank Holiday.
Notting Hill Carnival, Europe's biggest street party, is set to get underway today, with an estimated one million people expected to attend over the Bank Holiday.
Once a year W11 comes alive with the colour of carnival. Everything you need to know about getting around and what to see in Notting Hill.Read the full story ›
Two police officers was hurt as violence overshadowed the second day of the Notting Hill Carnival.
A male PC, 33, was taken to hospital after being attacked during the event in West London, having been alerted to suspected drug dealing.
He was found in Lancaster Road at the junction with St Luke's Road at around 3.15pm yesterday with injuries to the head and torso, which are not thought to be life-threatening.
Meanwhile colleagues came under attack when they came to help him, and a 35-year-old female officer suffered injuries to her torso. She was taken to hospital but released yesterday, Scotland Yard said.
A man has been arrested for affray.