The Labour Party leader is reported to have collided with the cyclist while driving an SUV in north London on Sunday afternoon.
The three men forced their way into a property, before one of them sprayed a woman in the face with a substance and left with the puppies.
Police said they received reports that a number of stowaways were on board the vessel and had made threats towards the crew.
Nicola Keane's body was found under a bridge after police responded to calls of a woman behaving erratically.
The mankini inflatable, which is 40-foot long and 21-foot high, is making the journey from Tower Bridge to the London Eye and back again.
China is Africa's biggest lender, but with economies facing turmoil during the pandemic, many countries have appealed for debt relief.
Lord Michael Howard condemned the government's plans to deliberately break international law over Brexit.
Police say the cross has been recovered and that a man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage following the incident.
Sir Iain Duncan Smith believes that the SAGE advisory group is unbalanced and scared of having unpopular opinions.
Over 90 percent of the city's intensive care beds are occupied, as it battles to stop the spread of the virus.
Ronnie Phillips was given what he thought was alcohol, his mother says, but was mixed with bleach.
The winning entry of a tigress hugging an ancient tree was described by judges as a scene like no other.
Sir Keir Starmer says the prime minister's strategy isn't working and a two to three-week circuit breaker lockdown is needed.
Ministers were advised to "consider for immediate introduction" a package of potential restrictions.
Baroness Sayeeda Warsi said history will prove the Conservative Party was wrong when it came to its lack of willingness to tackle Islamophobia in the party.
Some countries in Europe now have a higher death rate per million population than the U.S.
The government will cover two-thirds of workers' wages for those companies who are legally obliged to shut for a period of time as part of local or national restrictions COVID-19 restrictions.
It is feared that economic growth could be further impacted by the imposition of new lockdown measures designed to stop the growing number of COVID-19 cases.
Boris Johnson vowed to carry out a clean-energy revolution aimed at making every home in the U.K. powered by wind within 10 years.
Ethnic minorities are again being disproportionately affected by the virus and the government must act, the Chair of the Council of the British Medical Association has said.
The U.K. government has previously admitted that it would be breaking international law over its decision to override parts of the Brexit treaty.
England's Chief Medical Officer made the comments after the U.K. recorded its highest number of new daily cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.
Unpaid internships have been slammed as exploitative by the government and campaigners who say they increase inequality.
It comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the country was going through a second wave of the COVID-19 virus that has so far claimed the lives of over 42,000 people.
The British prime minister was criticized for not understanding his own rules and called "grossly incompetent" by the opposition Labour Party.
A judge in London ruled that the company was "fit and proper" after its license was previously revoked over safety concerns.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been accused of pursing an "anti-Muslim agenda" by Human Rights Watch, in which Muslims have been stripped of citizenship.
Boris Johnson has announced that the requirements to wear face coverings will be extended to the hospitality and retail sectors, as well as a 10pm curfew on pubs and hospitality venues at 10pm from Thursday, among a range of new measures.
The executive director of Human Rights Watch says that Donald Trump treats human rights legislation as a political tool rather than a matter of principle.