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London hospital sees spike in child abuse during lockdown
A major London children's hospital registered a 15-fold increase in the number of apparent child abuse cases it dealt with during the COVID-19 lockdown compared to previous years, researchers reported Thursday.
Evacuation: 317 stranded Nigerians depart London
The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama, says 317 stranded Nigerians, who departed London on Sunday are expected to arrive in Nigeria
London mayor takes pay cut over virus funding cut fears
London's mayor announced Wednesday he will take a 10 percent pay cut due to a budget crisis caused by the coronavirus outbreak, as he urged the government to help Britain's stretched local authorities.
'Burn down racism': global protests spread over George Floyd's death
Taking a knee, banging drums and ignoring social distancing measures, outraged protesters from Sydney to London on Saturday kicked off a weekend of global rallies
Dele Alli attacked, held at knifepoint by burglars while self-isolating
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli sustained minor facial injuries during a terrifying robbery at his home in London, according to The Guardian.
Re-introducing the ‘Lugano report’
Sometime in 1999, as both the 20th century and the second millennium were drawing to a close, the Pluto Press, London, released a book with the title: “The Lugano Report”
Coronavirus: Main measures taken in Europe
A roundup of the main measures being taken in Europe to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus. Citizens have been obliged to stay at home in Austria, Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg and Spain
London police charge homeless man with mosque stabbing
London police on Saturday charged a 29-year-old homeless man with causing grievous bodily harm and possessing an illegal knife he used to stab a mosque leader during prayers.
Double Review: ‘3 Sisters’ and ‘My Brilliant Friend’ at London’s National Theater
In transposing Chekhov's 3 Sisters from 1900s Russia to 1960’s Nigeria, poet and playwright Inua Ellams has given the much-performed play new resonance rarely seen on a London stage.
London mayor pushes for 'associate' EU citizenship
London's mayor Sadiq Khan pushed the idea of an "associate" EU citizenship for Britons after Brexit, as he visited Brussels on Tuesday to see officials including the bloc's chief negotiator Michel Barnier.
London police shoot dead man after 'terrorist-related' stabbings
British police on Sunday shot dead a man in south London, and three people were injured, one of them seriously, in what detectives called a "terrorist-related" incident.
UK's Johnson hails 'new chapter' as he signs EU divorce deal
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday hailed "a new chapter" in Britain's history as he signed its divorce deal with the EU, clearing another hurdle ahead of the country's departure