April 18 2014 Latest news:
A mother’s campaign to scrap a legal time limit that is robbing countless domestic violence victims of justice has been taken to the United Nations.
A former Nigerian state governor who defrauded some of the poorest people in the world out of £157million of public funds may not have to pay back a penny.
A Whittington Hospital nurse has been accused of publishing a medical paper, described as “one of the most comprehensive studies in its field”, based on research that never took place.
Haringey Council is once again in the firing line after it was revealed it stopped a group of abused siblings seeing each other - despite a High Court ruling to the contrary.
The son of a prominent philosophy professor “wanted to end his pain and not his life” when he jumped from Archway Bridge, his family have said at an inquest into his death.
Camden Council could be fined by a government watchdog after officers potentially jeopardised the safety of alleged victims of anti-social behaviour.
A Whittington doctor has appeared in court in the first UK prosecution for female genital mutilation.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a man who attended the Whittington Hospital last month.
A spiritual healer from Hampstead has been charged with fraudulently taking money from people to send to a Shaman in the Amazon jungle on the promise of carrying out healing.
A priest who downloaded thousands of child abuse pictures will not be returning to his lodgings or work at a Gospel Oak church.
Barnet Council has reported one of its Labour councillors to the police for allegedly voting to set council tax levels having failed to pay their own council tax bill for two or more months.
A police investigation has begun into a disability charity in Camden after it reported suffering “serious financial problems”.
An accountant with Camden Council was allegedly murdered in a “meticulously” planned killing by her son, a court heard.
A musician was hauled into court for breaking railway byelaws – by reading those very restrictions with a megaphone outside a train station.
The Metropolitan Police’s assistant commissioner Mark Rowley has said it is “not too late” for witnesses to PC Keith Blakelock’s brutal murder to come forward, after Nicky Jacobs was this afternoon cleared of his killing by a jury.
A thug who destroyed a busker’s guitar in a drunken rage has purchased a new instrument for his victim after being “mortified” by CCTV footage of his actions.
Twenty-six children were left without a primary school place for September after Camden Council made its allocations today.
A Hampstead auction house was abuzz with excitement as a furious bidding war saw a prized lot sell for 10 times its estimate.
Friends, family and figures from across the literary world gathered to pay tribute to West Hampstead resident and Nobel Prize-winning author Doris Lessing today.
David Attenborough introduces you to his favourite extinct creatures as they come alive on one magical night in London’s Natural History Museum.