Standing in the middle of Parliament Square, I watch the October twilight turn the breath of the Superintendent and the Baroness into steam. In the middle of hundreds of protestors with placards like "People, not banks!", the Green member of the House of Lords Jenny Jones is receiving a Pinteresque line of questioning...
Here are the five things you need to know on Monday 16 June 2014... 1) BLAIR IS BONKERS, SAYS BORIS "Fury at 'Blair the warmonger
The number of officers with London's Metropolitan Police investigated for possessing or distributing obscene images has been
When the UK is hosting a two day international summit on the illegal wildlife trade, involving two future kings of our country and world leaders from fifty nations, all invited by the prime minister, why does the Met police have a team of only five people to fight an illegal trade estimated to be worth $19billion a year? Isn't it time we got serious about this crime?
The BBC are likely to receive more complaints following the commentary during Katie Summerhayes' second freestyle skiing
Snowboarder Jenny Jones has won Britain's first ever Olympic medal on snow in Sochi. Most of the BBC commentary team was
Boris Johnson has come under fire after City Hall revealed that his Mayoral trade visit to China cost £65,000, in response
Over the past week the mayor has responded to criticism of his cycling policies by suggesting cyclists are making rash decisions on the roads and by repeating a unfounded claim he made to me in October 2011 that wearing headphones whilst cycling or walking could be blamed for an increase in the numbers injured in London.
Tuesday will mark the latest stage of the undercover police scandal when the judgement is expected in the legal appeal by the victims of police spies against the Metropolitan Police Service. I'm surprised to find that I admire much of the work done by the Met Commissioner, which makes it all the stranger that he is mishandling the historical mess that undercover police have made of innocent people's lives. Bernard Hogan-Howe is now taking a Janus faced approach when it comes to undercover police having sex with the people they are spying on. He says one thing in public but his lawyers say the opposite in the High Court.
Boris Johnson has drawn widespread condemnation for allowing London to host the world's biggest arms fair that senior London