The woman said she drank the urine, which contains high concentrations of toxins, for four days after being sent false information via WhatsApp.
The helium-filled balloon effigy depicting the president as an angry orange diaper-clad infant clutching a cellphone is set to form part of the Museum of London's protest collection.
"One in 30 Londoners now has COVID-19. If we do not take immediate action now, our NHS could be overwhelmed and more people will die."
The capital's population could shrink by 300,000, from about 9 million in 2020 to 8.7 million this year.
"It's been a horrendous time. Ambulance staff are finding the whole situation very stressful," said one paramedic.
The restrictions come after scientists found a new variant of the coronavirus in England's southeast that could be up to 70 percent more transmissible.
Until last week, Brexit has seemed like an unexploded bomb buried out of sight for most of 2020. But its explosive potential was not reduced—far from it.
The "I Will Never Let You Down" singer has apologized for the "inexcusable error of judgment" after police were called to reports of a potential breach of COVID-19 regulations in a West London restaurant Saturday.
Over 20,000 London cabbies could lose their livelihoods because of COVID-19, the Licensed Taxi Drivers' Association says.
Vladimir Nachev, 18, stabbed Hakim Sillah with a 10-inch "Rambo"-style knife at a community center in London in November last year.
A judge in London ruled that the company was "fit and proper" after its license was previously revoked over safety concerns.
The victim has not been named and the suspect remains in a critical condition is hospital following the shooting at 2am on Friday.
Within a week of Adventures Overland announcing on its Instagram page that it was launching a bus service from the Indian capital New Delhi to London—a distance of 4,168 miles—the company was inundated with thousands of inquiries about it, despite the $20,185 fare.
Large-scale climate protests have restarted in the U.K., targeting the Houses of Parliament and other "key institutions of power".
This has left minicab drivers, they suggest, needing to work "14 or 15 hours a day" for "six days a week" to make enough money to support their families.
"F***ing sort your s*** out," the man said, walking along the near-empty platform to get closer to the woman. The woman added a text overlay to the video suggesting the man's rant was "completely unprovoked."
Video footage showed an officer with his knee on the suspect's neck, with the man handcuffed on the ground and repeatedly shouting "get off my neck".
The girl was found by emergency services at a property along with a 35-year-old woman who is in hospital with life-threatening injuries.
"It's just unthinkable to take a selfie with two dead women and then to share that on a forum, on a WhatsApp group," Dawn Butler, a British Party Labor Party politician, said of the allegations.
The court heard that the boy still requires round-the-clock care and is lucky to be alive following the incident.
The Metropolitan Police said 4 arrests have been made after 15 police officers were injured as they tried to break up an unlicensed music event.
Home Secretary Priti Patel condemned the "sickening" attack which led to two officers being injured in London.
The grave of James Stephen, who played a leading role in the abolition of slavery act, was covered in moss and the inscription was obscured.
Footage shows the officers being surrounded by a group of men being kicked and pulled in a London street.
The mayor has launched a review into the city's landmarks and hopes for more diversity and representation of people of color, LGBT communities and women.
"The violent and hostile scenes officers faced yesterday were completely unacceptable," a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said. "It is shocking that a number were attacked and injured."
A minute's silence for George Floyd, Mark Duggan, Belly Mujinga, Derek Bennett and other black people who died in questionable circumstances, took place in Parliament Square in central London, with protesters kneeling and raising one arm.
In London's Hyde Park, protests have been peaceful, with stewards urging people to stay two meters apart.
You are allowed to go out but you should stay at home but you should support local businesses but you mustn't gather in groups, unless it's outside. But stay at home.