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Met Police officer guilty of Croydon assault after wrongful arrest of woman in front of crying son

PC Perry Lathwood was convicted of assault by beating after he grabbed a woman's arm and put her in handcuffs

My London - Westminster

London council’s children’s services bumped up to ‘outstanding’ in new Ofsted report

The report praised Hammersmith and Fulham Council for work including the ‘outstanding impact on practice’ of its senior management team

My London - Westminster

London boroughs with highest and lowest number of people using food banks revealed

A record number of emergency food parcels were given out in London at the start of this year

Westminster – South London News

Beloved Tesco to be replaced with office block and supermarket half the size

Councillors voted unanimously to approve it during a planning meeting on Tuesday evening.

My London - Westminster

London Tesco to be replaced with office block and 'low cost' supermarket half the size

Westminster City councillors voted unanimously to approve the revised design for the Soho Square and Dean Street development

Westminster – South London News

Met asks council to revoke Soho strip club licence after dancers ‘touching’ customers

Officers said dancers at the Sunset Strip club on Dean Street flouted “no touch” rules.

My London - Westminster

Soho strip club could be closed down as 'no-touch rule broken' as police 'found used condom in bin'

A statement by police read: 'In one instance a customer has to move her hand away to avoid touching the dancers [sic] bottom.'

My London - Westminster

Sadiq Khan warns Londoners 'won't have enough houses for years' without more Government cash

The department for housing claims the Mayor of London's claims are 'misleading'

My London - Westminster

Life in London's knife crime capital where 'scared' workers see robberies 'every day'

The Met recorded the most crimes involving a blade in the area over a year

My London - Westminster

Latest London Underground and Elizabeth line stations with 4G and 5G coverage

All stops on the city's new £18.8 billion railway are now connected

Westminster – South London News

Legal challenge over housing policy in Westminster invokes rights of women fleeing violence

In April, Deputy High Court judge Simon Tinkler KC said aspects of the policy were unlawful and contradicted parts of the Equality Act 2010 but stopped short of quashing them.

My London - Westminster

The London Underground line that never happened because super rich homeowners complained

The Tube line would have stopped at Hyde Park, Marble Arch, Edgware Road, Maida Vale and Kilburn High Road and its construction was planned for 1892 at a cost of £1.2m

My London - Westminster

The East London street where it feels like you've gone back in time

There's even a pub owned by Sir Ian McKellen on the street

My London - Westminster

The London flower market that opens at 4am and has even more choice than Columbia Road

New Covent Garden Market is where most florists at major London markets actually get their stock from

My London - Westminster

Video of ‘dangerous’ London bus stop shows cyclist 'colliding with pedestrian'

Officials are conducting a safety review of the infrastructure

My London - Westminster

Grieving mum struggles to move after son, 22, stabbed to death in case of mistaken identity

Jasna Badzak wants all six of those who attacked her son behinds bars

My London - Westminster

Full list of 104 MPs standing down at next general election

65 Tory MPs and and 19 from Labour have announced they are standing down

My London - Westminster

Nigel Farage spotted using a disabled parking spot for 45 mins to do an M&S shop in London

An eyewitness - who wished to remain anonymous - said: "It's outrageous.

My London - Westminster

The London bus route that actual Londoners will want to avoid as it's so rammed with tourists

It was once known as the best route for sightseeing

My London - Westminster

Labour dominates mayoral elections in London and the rest of England

Labour notched up a string of wins by high-profile incumbents as well as scoring a clean sweep of victories in those parts of the country that were voting for a mayor for the first time