Police detain the 25-year-old on suspicion of using a noxious substance at the Royal Docks terminal to cause serious damage
Find out where Tower Hamlets, Newham and Greenwich sit on the board created by estate agent Barratt London
RMT, TSSA and ASLEF urge the Government to reverse the decision after a 19-year-old was arrested when a suspicious item was found on a train on the Jubilee Line near The O2
Yes, it will be faster. Yes, it will remain as outlandish-looking
Police tasered a 19-year-old in Holloway Road on Friday, October 21. He is being held by police for questioning over the device found on the Jubilee Line
He reportedly told fans: "I appreciate all the support, I appreciate love, I appreciate the kind things. But the screaming in these breaks has got to stop. Please and thank you.
Docklands inhabitants take to Facebook to air their worries about the use of the legal high and the littering of nitrous oxide canisters across the island
The airport said its aerodrome had been closed in light of the accident and asked passengers to check its website for updates.
The findings come after concerns that players' brains are damaged by repeated head impacts.
'Goliath' of British comedy writing also responsible for popular shows It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi! and You Rang M'Lord?
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Docklands hub is closed for several hours as hundreds are evacuated from the terminal building on to the runway and CS spray canister is found
Crew members and passengers are left stranded on the runway after a fire alarm in the Royal Docks terminal was activated
Richard Pentreath fled before the end of his sexual abuse trial at Woolwich Grown Court. He was arrested by police on Friday, October 21 following a search
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But Londoners don't feel any comfort as the capital still feels the impact of the Brexit vote – although there's good news for Newham
Buy London: The Developing Skyline sponsor Johns And Co CEO John Morley explains why the capital's developments depend on money from foreign investors
Angelou Beswick says there's strength in simplicity and flexibility so she can offer a tailor made service to landlords and tenants
The branch of the international estate agency covering Canary Wharf receives a makeover to make the once ‘dated’ premises more modern
The estate agency marks its 14th year in SE16 by expanding the company in order to help accommodate the growth in staff achieved in 2016
Rikin Patel reveals the path that led him to creating the e-cig business on the 29th floor of One Canada Square
Minister unveils ambitions as internet traffic in the UK is set to double every two years
The restaurant which is part of Crowne Plaza London - Docklands has been refurbished to reflect it’s waterside location.
A study by the PMI Health Group shows more than a quarter of employees in the capital are provided with gadgets by their employers
Demand during closure of Severn rail tunnel indicates there is a market for twice daily flights
Football icon criticised after describing public treatment of young migrants arriving in UK this week was "hideously racist"
144 people, 116 of them children, killed on 21 October 1966 when 150,000 tonnes of coal waste slid down mountain into Welsh village and school
BHS went into administration shortly after being sold for £1, with a £571 million pension scheme deficit
Theresa May condemns Russian 'aggression' as Royal Navy monitors warships