Commuters face misery this morning with TfL reporting severe delays on the Overground and Jubilee line.

A millionaire has avoided jail for running an illegal money service business from his Isle of Dogs home after laundering more than £800,000 from the sale of designer clothes.

A man from Whitechapel has become the first person in Norfolk to be convicted of county lines drug dealing under modern slavery laws.

Police have released CCTV footage of a man they want to speak to after a woman was subjected to a "terrifying" sex attack in her own home.

A train station has scooped two design awards from national architecture experts.

A charity battling to save the country's Victorian heritage has appealed for nominations for its next top 10 most endangered buildings campaign.

A man has been charged after a Jew was threatened with a knife in an alleged hate crime.

A pedestrian has been hit by a car in the Mile End Road.

An exhibition about the River Roding has gone on display for the second time as part of an architecture festival.

Campaigners have gained more than 1,000 signatures on a petition launched to save two historic Victorian gasholders which they fear are at risk.

Youngsters have marched on BT Sport's head office to demand it "share a slice" of 40,000 jobs expected in the area after the London 2012 Olympic Games.

A city worker has cycled the London to Brighton bike ride in memory of her aunt who passed away after a sudden heart attack.

The NHS has named a top surgeon as its first clinical director for violence reduction to help stem the tide of stabbings and violent crime in the capital.

An accountant who realised his singing talents after turning 60 has paid tribute to his East End roots.

The final touches are being made to an array of designs made up of materials including tea bags to be unveiled by university students preparing for graduate fashion week.

A coroner has criticised a hospital trust over the death of a man who had a cardiac arrest after surgeons tried to remove a device trapped inside him during an operation.

A shark diver has said she has no regrets about confronting a pair of bike thieves she caught on camera.

A gang has been found guilty of hacking into a businessman's email account and attempting to steal £3million.

A fundraising appeal is to be launched in a bid to introduce life-saving equipment installed in a park.

A total of 36 new British citizens have sworn their allegiance to Queen and country.

A school's staff have gone on strike after accusing a headteacher of 'unacceptable' behaviour.

A firm which manages social housing for councils has scooped an industry award.

A campaign group parked pot plants in a parking bay to highlight the need to reclaim the streets for people.

The daubing of a 30 foot swastika on the side of a business owned by a Jewish Brexit Party candidate whose father survived the Holocaust has been condemned as 'vile and disgusting'.

A park's guardians are staging a picnic aimed at bringing communities together in memory of the murdered MP Jo Cox.

An anti-racism campaigner's friend has vowed supporters will never give up their fight to get his killer named 40 years after his death at the hands of police.

A prize-winning researcher whose pioneering bone graft work has been celebrated on a stamp hopes being recognised in the same way as Harry Potter and Marvel Comics will finally impress her children.

The life of a gangster who beat up a Kray Twins henchman features in a new book aimed at setting the record straight.

The government will have 'blood on its hands' if there is another Grenfell-style fire at a block with 'dangerous' cladding, MP Rushanara Ali has said.

A man and woman have been stabbed in broad daylight.


It's now just under a month since All Points East took over Victoria Park with two weekends of world-class music and a programme of free community events.

Curated by AEG Presents, All Points East is bringing an impressive line-up of multi-flavoured music to Victoria Park from May 24-26 and May 31-June 2.

Victoria Park - or 'Vicky Park' as the locals know it - has been the setting for many important events over the years.​ Here, we take a look at its unique cultural history.

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