• NFL London returns!

    The NFL returns to London after a two-year hiatus and award-winning Guardian photographer Tom Jenkins saw all the best of the action as New York Jets took on the Atlanta Falcons at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Continue reading

  • Virtue Flaunting in a London Church

    Washington -- I have been in London visiting old friends, keeping up with changes in our alliance system -- among which were last week's developments in the alliance of the English-speaking peoples called Aukus -- and going to church. Yes, church! Seriously, I am at that age when I hear Him calling. I have actually been at that age for a while now, but in recent years, His calls have become more insistent. So I stop in at beautiful edifices raised over the centuries to our Lord and let the chips...

  • Virtue Flaunting in a London Church

    Washington -- I have been in London visiting old friends, keeping up with changes in our alliance system -- among which were last week's developments in the alliance of the English-speaking peoples called Aukus -- and going to church. Yes, church! Seriously, I am at that age when I hear Him calling. I have actually been at that age for a while now, but in recent years, His calls have become more insistent. So I stop in at beautiful edifices raised over the centuries to our Lord and let the chips...

  • Hackett London's Secret to Success

    Working from a tiny tailor shop in Bristol, Jeremy Hackett was just an ordinary young man trying to make a decent living. Little did he know that his short acquaintance here would be a groundbreaking propel to the fashion world. Fast forward, the exposure would not only enable him to work in several boutiques but also at Savile Row.

  • London Marathon 2021 – in pictures

    The capital’s streets were filled with crowds cheering on runners in this year’s eagerly anticipated marathon Continue reading

  • London Marathon 2021 – live!

    Updates on the elite races taking place in the capitalLondon Marathon’s ‘electric’ return a step towards normalityAny thoughts? You can email John | tweet @johnbrewin_The men’s wheelchair race sees Daniel Romanchuk and Marcel Hug speed away from David Weir, and working together. Those two are the form athletes so it already looks a long way back for the British perennial.

  • Port city: London on the river – in pictures

    A new exhibition examines the impact of the Port of London on our capital city, exploring the complex operations that have connected London to the rest of the world, from the final days of the 18th century to the creation of the huge London Gateway megaport at Thurrock in the Thames estuaryLondon: Port City runs from 22 October 2021 to 8 May 2022 at the Museum of London Docklands, itself part of West India Docks, London’s first enclosed dock system Continue reading

  • Art lovers at Frieze London – in pictures

    Photographer Sarah Lee went to Frieze art fair in Regent’s Park, London, and trained her eye on the people taking in the show Continue reading

  • Transport for London expands escooter trials

    This article was originally published by Christopher Carey on Cities Today, the leading news platform on urban mobility and innovation, reaching an international audience of city leaders. For the latest updates, follow Cities Today on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and YouTube, or sign up for Cities Today News. Transport for London (TfL) has announced an expansion of the UK capital’s e-scooter trial scheme to cover the borough of Camden. Over 165,000 trips have been made since the...

  • Falcons' Ridley won't travel to London for game

    Falcons wide receiver Calvin Ridley will not travel to London for his team's game Sunday against the New York Jets due to a personal matter, the team announced.

  • London police officer charged with rape

    The UK's Crown Prosecution Service has authorized local police to charge a London Metropolitan Police officer with one count of rape, amid ongoing public outcry over women's safety in the country.

  • London's statues are in dire need of equality and diversity

    The capital of the UK has hundreds of statues dotting the city, drawing in tourists throughout the year. But there's a fundamental issue in the landscape of sculptures and public art in London.