A landlord has helped a homeless family of four to get back on their feet by throwing open the doors to his £2,000 a month Camden flat to them for free.
Laurence Lameche, who now runs a property business but was formerly homeless himself, is looking for a single person, couple or family in need of somewhere to stay during the festive period
The 58-year-old Gospel Oak tech investor ditched corporate life for an art career, exhibiting in New York, Las Vegas, and at London’s Saatchi and Hix galleries
Crouch End community campaigner Sue Hessel has compiled a moving testament to wartime decency by publishing her uncle’s letters home to his beloved family
An escaped parrot has been reunited with its owner after landing on a man at the gym.
Top authors protested with angry parents on Saturday in a bid to save children’s librarians.
It can cook meat, melt clothing and has been used in a spiralling number of crimes across London. The Ham&High investigates how easy it is to buy lethal acids online
The gradual deterioration of world order over the last 18 months has taken its toll on many of us, but not Stanley Johnson.
Home-tech doesn’t have to be all substance and no style. Find out the best high-tech products for you home here.
In a much needed re-evaluation of Modernist architecture, Ornament is Crime celebrates the enduring architectural legacy of the last century. Frankie Crossley speaks to co-author Matt Gibberd.
Birdwatcher Bill Oddie on his weird, wacky and wonderful garden full of Disney memorabilia, gorillas and black magic
New builds are going up left, right and centre, but you’ll have to hurry if you want to bag one of these gems
Bridget Galton talks to a photographer who stays in the moment to capture the capital with fresh eyes
Smart homes are the eagerly anticipated sequel to smart phones, so what’s good, what’s bad and what’s ugly about the Internet of Things?
Are robots coming for our jobs or will they save us all? As we work out what it means to be human in a digital age, estate agents should capitalise on their emotional intelligence to stay relevant
You needn’t go potty over broken pots. Instead, give your terracotta a little TLC
A film about missing explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett is set to spotlight the Amazon, finds Bridget Galton
Debut novelist Jennie Ensor writes on the trials of getting her 7/7 inspired psychological thriller finally published
Warnings that higher business rates will lead to devastating impacts on small businesses are falling on deaf ears.
For people who suffer with feet problems, it is often difficult to find footwear that is both comfortable and stylish. There is a shop in the West End dedicated to changing that.
Toni Krok, who was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007, has set up a charity to help people living with the condition and their families adjust to the challenges it brings.
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