London lifestyle & the London scene
London lifestyle & London scene: the latest
Skateboarders embroiled in a battle to keep the famous skate park at the undercroft on the South Bank have emerged victorious after campaigning to keep the park open.
Constable has long occupied a tranquil, homely corner in the hearts of British art lovers. His leafy landscapes are famed for their easy celebration of the quiet drama of the countryside. His winding rivers and relaxed rural scenes seem to be straightforward recreations of idealised natural beauty.
Businesses in the UK could be encouraged to help tackle rising obesity in the UK with tax breaks for firms introducing slimming clubs and health activities for employees.
npower has bagged the not-at-all coveted title of the worst company for customer service in the UK.
Londoners booed Boris today for making the capital’s New Year’s Eve fireworks display a paid and ticketed event.
Update: Shops were re-opened after the incident was stood down by Met Police.
“Ello, ello, ello”, is probably not what the person at the front desk at Great Scotland Yard will utter when you stroll into the lobby, as the former police HQ is set to be turned into a £10,000-a-night five-star hotel.
A Portuguese professor at Imperial College, who is an expert in theoretical physics, has turned his hand away from slamming particles together, to instead slam all aspects of bad British behaviour in a bestselling book.
“Don’t gobblefunk around with words”, the BFG tells Sophie in Roald Dahl’s famous tale of a friendly dream-blowing giant.
Our film columnist can’t get enough of the trend for live musical scores at film screenings in London
It’s the favourite pub chain of students and those people who have a pint with breakfast, and now it’s made a record profit.
The Camden and Bloomsbury restaurants are perfect for when you have visitors, says our reviewer
Oh, you didn’t hear? Apple just launched a load of new stuff.
There is no better story than that of triumph over adversity, and little can engender public adoration more effectively than an unlikely hero.
The government’s chief medical officer has warned that major improvements must be made to support the UK’s growing body of stressed workers.
From music to oarsmanship to Ming, there’s loads going on in London this month. Moya Maxwell picks her favourites
A total of 126 years after his horrific murders shook Whitechapel, the identity of London’s most famous murderer, Jack the Ripper, has finally been revealed.