The London cleric is to go on trial early next year to face accusations of inviting support for ISIS.
Some see the plans for a glass-bottom pool as poor taste in the midst of London’s housing crisis.
The late designer's remarkable fashions are on display through August 2 in London.
People rushed to commute home early to avoid the 6.30pm deadline on Wednesday.
What if a Tunisia-type attack hit Europe's biggest city? Secret preparations have been years in the planning.
The three teenage girls traveled through Istanbul to the Syrian border to join the Islamic State.
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High rents and cuts in benefits have left many vulnerable people with few housing options.
Eurotunnel said that the incident, which shut the tunnel for several hours, had not caused significant damage.
In a rare public speech, the head of MI5 Andrew Parker warned a strike on the United Kingdom was highly likely.
The radical imam will appear in Manhattan court after years of delivering incendiary sermons at a London mosque.
Portakabins and broken shins are the staple diet of football in League Two, where players find themselves between the gutter and the stars
A spokesman described Uber as “like getting in a sea full of sharks” for female passengers
The Home Secretary is to set out new laws to combat potential militants this Wednesday
The highly secretive trial of Erol Incedal, who is accused of preparing acts of terrorism, has collapsed after just four days of deliberations
Newsweek reveals that more than half of Europe's banks are planning to bypass new laws restricting bumper bonuses
It has emerged today that a man charged with terrorism offences may have been planning at attack on former British Prime Minister
MI5 and other security services are on red alert for ‘thousands’ of potential domestic terrorists in the capital, say insiders
Kurdish activists blocked the entrance to Oxford Circus station in central London demanding greater support for forces fighting Islamic State
Experiment exposes the risk of accessing public Wi-fi
William Pooley, the UK's first Ebola sufferer has received a dose of the drug in the London hospital where he is being treated