London Weather: warmer conditions ahead?

This weekend will be sunny, temperatures around 15°C are expected in London. Next week should also continue the sun and average temperatures for February. We expect 16°C next Wednesday in London. This month could be the warmest February since 1998 when 19.7°C was recorded in Greenwich (London). Average February temperature is between 8°C and 9°C. […]

Your guide to the ultimate London craft beer festival

With dry January over we can finally raise our glasses this weekend to the return of the Craft Beer Rising Festival at Old Trumans Brewery in Brick Lane. The UK’s biggest craft beer festival will host over 178 food and drink stands which exhibit 155 of the best breweries around. It is the ultimate craft beer, […]

Two men rushed to hospital after brawl near Finsbury Park

Two young men have been hospitalised with suspected knife wounds after a fight broke out near Finsbury Park station last night. Police were called to the scene at 7.15pm following reports about a group of men  fighting. The victims, both in their 20s, sought help from separate commercial businesses nearby before being taken to east London […]

Man stabbed to death in Brixton

  We are at the scene of a fatal stabbing at 6.45pm in Minet Road, #SW9 #Lambeth. Officers gave first aid to the 23-yr-old male victim, who sadly died at the scene. No arrest at present. Witnesses or anyone with info pls call 101 reference 6141/21Feb. — Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) February 21, 2019 A 23-year-old […]

Sian Berry announced as Green candidate in 2020 mayoral election

Sian Berry has been confirmed as the Green Party’s candidate for the London mayoral election next year. She’s been a member on the London Assembly since May 2016, and is currently a councillor for Highgate. In the previous election, she came third to Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith. JUST IN: @SianBerry is our 2020 London […]

Sadiq Khan calls for a £1.5 billion fund for air pollution crisis

Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan is calling for a £1.5 billion fund to remove polluting vehicles from the UK. The Mayor is proposing the fund alongside the support of the UK 100, a network of local government leaders, who are hoping to achieve 100% clean energy by 2015. This comes after the Mayor has launched the […]

Accumulate brings LFW to the homeless

While The Strand lights up with some of the world’s biggest brands at the launch of London Fashion Week today, down the road in Somerset House a second fashion week is underway: a modelling of denim jackets by London’s homeless. Accumulate, a charity which specialises in helping young, homeless people to develop their wellbeing and improve […]

First Electric Mini Launches Today

British Company, Swindon Powertrain, has revealed its new electric version of the classic mini as part of The London Classic Car Show today. The new model comes with added boot space, with the removal of the original fuel tank, and offers a top speed of 80 miles per hour. The launch coincides with a boom […]

What will the warmest decade mean for London?

The Met Office says that the world is in the middle of what’s likely to be the warmest decade in over 150 years. The data forecast that 2014-2023 will hit record temperatures not seen since 1850. It is predicted that in the next five years the average global temperature will be above 1°C and potentially exceed […]

Deliveroo riders strike over pay dispute

The IWW (Industrial Workers of the World) is calling Deliveroo riders to join a strike this Friday in Central London. The London branch of the IWW, an international labour union, has arranged a protest against food delivery service Deliveroo starting at 11.30am in Myddleton Square Gardens, Clerkenwell. The protest is scheduled to move to the Deliveroo Supply […]