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A flotilla of small boats is leaving St Katharine’s Dock by the Tower of London on the route of Sir Winston Churchill’s funeral cortège exactly 50 years ago today.

Yesterday, 12:39
CCTV footage of the siege is used in the film

As Islamist terrorism is back in the headlines, a new film looking at an earlier attack is being screened at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Yesterday, 12:00
Winning leaflet... by Harpley unit's Nishat, Jessica, Daisie and Maisie, with Headteacher John Watkin (behind), Tower Hamlerts council's Lucy Allwright tutor Alison Kouzaris

Girls at a pupil referral unit in London’s East End have produce a leaflet for Tower Hamlets council’s campaign to stamp out violence against women.

Yesterday, 10:42
Canary Wharf's North Quay

The massive Canary Wharf business and shopping district is being sold in a £2.6 billion deal after a three-month take-over battle by Middle East and Canadian investors.

Yesterday, 07:00
Graduation 2011... ex-pupils of George Green's Secondary which has now signed up to alumni networking pledge

City workers who went to state secondary schools in deprived areas on the fringe of the Square Mile like London’s East End are being recruited to go back to their old stamping ground.

Wed, 16:14

Four youngsters from London’s East End joined politicians and policy-makers to debate Britain’s future in Europe.

Wed, 15:28
Divers inspecting Old Ford Lock [Picture: James Treasure]

Canals in east London are being used as outdoor ‘classrooms’ teaching youngsters about the heritage of the waterways.

Sport

13:00

Onwards and upwards says coach

08:00
Cheikhou Kouyate of West Ham  (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Hammers owners clubbed together with other clubs to bring Africa Cup of Nations players home

10:53
West Ham United player Andy Carroll   (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Two months after his return to first-team football from injury, Sam Allardyce believes Andy Carroll is finally showing his full-fitness, and has warned Brendan Rodgers that the returning Daniel Sturridge could face a similar situation at Liverpool.

Yesterday, 19:25
Kevin Mitchell (left) faces Daniel Estrada in a world title eliminator this weekend (pic; Lawrence Lustig)

Lightweight looking to earn third world title shot

Yesterday, 19:16
Chris Douglas is set to return to a Raiders jersey (pic: John Scott)

Experienced goalie joins ranks

Yesterday, 18:00
Charlie Magri (left) is backing former Dagenham amateur Charlie Edwards to go all the way ahead of his professional debut (pic: Lawrence Lustig)

Former world champion supports ex-Dagenham amateur

Yesterday, 17:30
Swansea City's Wayne Routledge shot at goal from 6 yards is blocked by a tackle from West Ham United's Carl Jenkinson (right) during the Barclays Premier League match at the Liberty Stadium, Swansea.

Hammers boss Sam Allardyce has revealed that he has defenders who are ‘touch and go’ for the trip to Anfield

Entertainment

Yesterday, 12:39

As Islamist terrorism is back in the headlines, a new film looking at an earlier attack is being screened at the Whitechapel Gallery.

Tue, 11:49
A young raver gets into the spirit of things

Having kids needn’t stop you partying - just bring them along for the ride.

Saturday, January 17, 2015
Dora Maurer's Seven Rotations 1 to  6, 1979

A century of the weird and wonderful will be explored in a major new exhibition on abstract art

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Dolls’ houses that ‘come alive’ showing how families have lived over the past 300 years are on show at east London’s V&A Museum of Childhood.

Tuesday, December 23, 2014
St James' Court, A Taj Hotel Lobby

With the run up to New Year well under way, using up those last days of holiday to jet off somewhere warm may be impossible - with limited time to plan and spiralling Christmas prices. But, though the next few months may be cold and dreary, there is no other city quite like ours and taking steps to enjoy it is easier than you think.

Friday, December 5, 2014
Gravenhurst - Flashlight Seasons/Black Holes In The Sand/Offerings: Lost Songs 2000-2004

Gravenurst’s lauded Nick Talbot, whose tragic death aged 37 was announced this morning, releases unheard material and two early albums that only reinforce his talents.

Thursday, December 4, 2014
Carol Harrison with East Enders' Danny Dyer [left] and John Altman, and her 1960s Small Faces albumn

Hundreds of fans of the 1960s Small Faces band are coming to East London’s newly-reopened Ruskin Arms pub on Saturday night where the rock clock is being turned back to the Swinging Sixties.

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Wed, 15:45

London 24 has teamed up with Guide London to give one lucky reader £100 to spend on the British fashion brand’s designer clothing!

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