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Why it's time to get going with east London's river crossings

Business calls for swift action on capital's infrastructure so the economy does not stagnate after Brexit

Family's pride as museum tells of their hero's courage

Museum of London Docklands on West India Quay adds Richard V Moore's rare George Cross medal on display

London's top police office steps down after five years

Met Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe decides to leave as new team arrives at City Hall

Charlton shop manager jailed for defrauding employer out of £260,000 to fund gambling addiction

Paul Hearne is sentenced to two years and eight months’ imprisonment after pleading guilty to theft and fraud by false representation

Cricketer Jonathan Trott reminisces about career during Canary Wharf visit

The former England batsman reveals what it was like writing his autobiography Unguarded during a book signing in Jubilee Place that sees fans queue up to meet the sportsman

Tower Hamlets house prices could fall due to rapid development and Brexit

Property consultancy Propcision claims the borough approves more planning applications than anywhere else in London, which could lead to a decrease in prices – a fall that may be exacerbated by the vote to leave the EU

Friends of Poplar murder victim Zdenek Makar raise £15,000 for his family

The Go Fund Me page receives thousands of pounds in donations that will be used to fly the 31-year-old’s body home to Czech Republic

The Wharf Tweets

If have-it-all celeb mums can't win, what hope for us?

Just how did medieval Londoners cope with the smell?

Let's talk dirty and the miracle of muck

The joys and perils of eavesdropping

Why is there an axe in the City of London?



Giles Broadbent
Jon Massey
Deputy Editor
Alex McIntyre
Senior Reporter
Laura Enfield
Senior Reporter