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Comedy and charity are set to collide for Red Nose Day today.

Police investigating yesterday’s terrorist attack in Westminster have arrested a woman in east London.

Two people have died and others are seriously injured in a suspected terrorist incident at the Houses of Parliament.

If you’re planning to take your mum out for Mother’s Day, take the train – and take her for free.

A man accused of killing a catering manager with a bicycle chain after a trivial argument in a chicken shop said “Look what you made me do” as his victim lay dying in the street, a court has heard.

Rail passengers intending to travel this Easter are being advised to plan ahead due to engineering work affecting the east London network.

Drivers on a low income could benefit from subsidised access to the proposed Silvertown tunnel.

Two eastbound lanes are closed on the A13 following a collision between a car and a motorcyclist.

Passengers won’t be able to board an Elizabeth line train until May – but eagle-eyed trainspotters may have caught a glimpse of one as it travelled through east London.

Almost three quarters of Year Six pupils will be heading to their preferred secondary school in September.

Eight people, including two from Tower Hamlets, have been arrested as part of a police operation to combat criminals who use mopeds.

A driver who caused life-threatening injuries to a man he deliberately ran over has been jailed for 14 years.

Parents of Year Six pupils are set to find out today which secondary school their child will be going to in September.

A woman and a child were rescued from a house fire in Whitechapel in the early hours of this morning.

Commuters are facing delays and cancellations on the c2c line this evening due to Storm Doris.

London’s biggest beer garden is set to come to Mile End Park this summer as part of a German beer festival.

Commuters heading into London will not be able to use the Central line before 7am on Wednesday if the planned Tube strike goes ahead.

There were 85 newly-discovered cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) of women living in Tower Hamlets recorded in just one year.

One firearm and 10 rounds of ammunition were handed in at Bethnal Green police station as part of the Metropolitan Police’s gun amnesty week.

Police investigating an assault and mobile phone theft on board a c2c train have released an image of a man they would like to speak to.

Firearms owners are being asked to hand in their weapons, with no questions asked, as part of an initiative to reduce gun crime on the capital’s streets.

A Tube strike set to hit commuters has been called off.

The A13 has severe delays this evening and remains partially closed following an earlier oil spill.

Extra capacity on four Tube lines running through east London and longer trains on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) are among the improvements to the capital’s transport network outlined in the Mayor of London’s draft business plan.

A team from London’s Air Ambulance have received a Pride of Britain award for their life-saving work.

The mum of a talented martial artist who was shot dead has thanked the community, including those who donated money towards his funeral, for their support.

Detectives investigating the death of Jordan Bari have charged a man with his murder.

West Ham fans wearing team colours have been banned from drinking after matches at the Crate Brewery, situated across the Lee Navigation canal from the Hammers’ new London Stadium.

The Mayor of London today was the first passenger to ride Crossrail’s Elizabeth Line—two years before London’s new ‘super tube’ opens to the public.

University of East London students are visiting schools and colleges this morning to offer advice on A-level results day.

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