Man arrested for 'urinating against Cenotaph and ripping down wreaths'

Mareqa Fuser, 24, will reappear in court later this month charged with a public order offence

Manslaughter summonses three years after falling window killed pedestrian

Four individuals and three companies have been told to attend court following a police and HSE investigation into the death of Amanda Telfer

Two Costcutters' shop workers face deportation for 'overstaying visas'

The Home Office said the pair have been transferred to immigration detention pending removal from the UK

London's Air Ambulance treated 1,806 patients in 2014

London Air Ambulance treated more than 400 west London patients last year

The charity is hoping to raise £6 million for a second helicopter to support its vital life-saving work

Kensington Odeon campaigners take 25,000 strong petition to Whitehall

Watch as dozens of protesters gathered in Westminster to keep Kensington Odeon cinema open

City Cruises workers announce suspension of strike action

The staff were set to strike on Thursday over what they described as pay and workplace issues

The Great River Race is almost here!

Take a look back at photos from previous year's races as rowers tackle the 21.6-mile course across London

New app could take stress out of finding parking space - and save you money!

The simple one-click service also provides motorists with other valuable information

Tutor hopes to hit right notes with music for new landmark college building

Peter Hopkins has composed the music for the new DLD College London building, which opens in September

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'Temperamental' Big Ben's chimes ringing six seconds fast!

Don't set your watches by relying on Big Ben - because the iconic timekeeper is chiming out of time!

Tube strikes: City Cruises workers also taking industrial action

Often used as an alternative to Tube travel, City Cruises are set to strike the same week as the Tube strikes

Housing crisis makes it 'impossible' for first-time buyers to save deposit

Latest figures from mayoral candidate Tessa Jowell's office reveals increase in number of years to save for a deposit in west London boroughs

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See which roads in west London are most used by cyclists

The popular pastime is booming following recent British successes in the Olympics and Tour de France

See how much sensitive data YOUR council has lost

Figures show there have been nearly 200 breaches in west London, but who are the worst offenders?

Man wanted in connection with 'relentless theft spree' totalling £35,000

Austin Cabllero is wanted in connection with the thefts of jewellery, clothing, handbags, purses, cosmetics and sunglasses worth thousands

London's worst commutes: Hellish roads with average rush-hour speeds of 3.8mph revealed

New figures show the average speed of cars on west London's worst rush-hour roads

CCTV issued to identify man following Westminster stabbing

Police in Westminster are asking anyone who can identify this man to come forward

Fraudsters jailed for targeting victims in Kensington and Chelsea

Callous Abdul Mohib and Mominur Rahman took £8,500 from a victim attending a funeral, £28,250 from an 85-year-old and a Rolex watch worth £20,850 from one 80-year-old

Practice receives 'outstanding' rating from health watchdogs

The Care Quality Commission was impressed with the Victoria Medical Centre in Pimlico

Woman sexually assaulted on bus - can you help officers identify suspect?

Anyone with information is being urged to contact police

Run-down subway transformed into safe pedestrian walkway

TfL apprentice uses artistic talents to sketch iconic landmarks in west London for thousands to see in the subway

How much do you need to earn to afford a one bed flat in London?

How much do you need to earn to live in these London boroughs?

Here is how much you really need to rent a one-bed flat in these London postcodes...

Police search for man last seen at Westminster hospital

They urge anyone with information on Duncan Dockrill to contact them, but ask members of the public not to approach him

Man who stole goods worth £35,000 from 17 thefts wanted by police

Police are asking for any information on a man who stole purses, handbags and jewellery from "high end" designer stores

Pensioner waiting for an ambulance goes missing

Police say Shirley Ashton, 69, needs urgent medical treatment

Is this the most bizarre case of fly-tipping ever?

The garden chairs and table were found neatly arranged on a bus stop shelter in Westminster

Fears for missing man last seen at Westminster hospital

The family of Ubaid Sattar, 23, are concerned about his mental state of mind

Thousands of west London homes at risk under government housing plans

London Mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has launched an online petition to get the government to pledge no homes will be sold-off without a guaranteed replacement nearby first

Hounslow 'second most miserable' place to live in Britain

Brent and Harrow are the country's third and fourth glummest areas, according to Rightmove's annual Happy at Home Index

Minor west London roads see thousands of HGVs every day

The findings for west London are according to traffic counts from the Department for Transport

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