COMMENTBy Peter Golds
Have you ever asked a person for directions and they respond by telling you the time?
That was how Lutfur Rahman reacted, in one of his very rare public pronouncements, on publication of the devastating report by PwC into the best value inspection of Tower Hamlets Council.
A woman was hit by a Jubilee line train at Swiss Cottage station this afternoon.
The line was part suspended between Waterloo and West Hampstead following the incident just before 3.30pm.
Mayor Boris Johnson has failed to deliver on his pledge to use "thermonuclear weapons" against Government plans to allow developers to turn offices into homes, says the London Assembly.
In September he condemned the planning free-for-all agreeing with critics of the plan who said it posed a threat to business clusters in places such as Canary Wharf, Shoreditch and the Royal Docks.
The Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park will get Boris Bikes from early 2016, it has been revealed.
Transport for London is funding the £1.5m needed to extend the scheme from Bow Roundabout. It will see eight docking stations at the site.
Women with a passion for fabric and textiles are at the heart of a thriving community project in Limehouse.
COMMENTby Ian Toal
Life at The Den was certainly not boring on Saturday as we finished the wrong end of five-goal thriller at home to Brentford.
There's something wrong here. You ask yourself, how come something that reeks of quality, with a quality cast and a quality writer-director reprising - structurally at least - his finest hour, feels so limp and insipid?
A brand new 95 metre-long superyacht, reported to belong to the chairman of Fulham FC, has docked at Canary Wharf
Hundreds attended the Armistice Day ceremony at Wood Wharf on Tuesday to remember the those affected in past and present conflicts.
Pudsey bear will be popping up all over Canary Wharf this Friday (November 14) in a series of free events in aid of BBC Children in Need.