High-rise council tenants are being forced to move after the Grenfell Tower blaze exposed wider safety concerns.
Camden residents Gemma Biggs and Hanad Mohamed are refusing to leave their Camden council flats despite fire safety fears, calling the loc
Georgia Gould said fire service experts warned the north London council that residents were not safe in some council housing blocks.
The Glastonbury festival chants Jeremy Corbyn’s name as the Labour leader introduces hip-hop act Run The Jewels. Just what is going i
The EU delegations, as ever rather well informed about UK politics, mutter that Theresa May can't last for long and appears to be the priso
As police investigate whether the Grenfell Tower fire was manslaughter, 14 other high-rise buildings have now failed the safety tests.
According to latest figures from the Department for Communities and Local Government, cladding in 14 high rises has failed a combustibility
“Below our expectations.” “Particularly vague”. “Not a breakthrough.” Yes, it’s fair to say there
What do EU citizens living in this country think about their future after Brexit? Will they feel welcome? How secure do they feel? Michael
A man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with murder and attempted murder following the Finsbury Park terror attack. Darren
When Grenfell Tower was destroyed by fire last week, many families living in neighbouring blocks also had to evacuate their homes. Eleven-y
Dr Gary Wannan, a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, and Louise Theodosiou, from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, discuss the
Seeing the leaders arrive here at the European Council you're struck by the buoyant mood.
Seven high rise blocks in four English regions which have been tested so far have combustible outer cladding - just like that on Grenfell T
With us to discuss the Grenfell fire and the aftermath was the Conservative MP Chris Philp and the Shadow Housing Minister Andy Slaughter.
Two weeks after a General Election that was supposed to make her stronger in Europe, Theresa May is in Brussels - a diminished figure among
The man who died in the attack outside Finsbury Park mosque had “multiple injuries” according to a post mortem. Makram Ali was
Andy Haldane, chief economist of the Bank of England, caused waves on the foreign exchanges yesterday after he disagreed with the Bank's go
Grenfell Tower was home to people who had come to London from all corners of the world. Mahbboubeh, from Iran, was one of them. She moved i
The London Mayor Sadiq Khan has declared that the entire leadership at Kensington and Chelsea council should consider their positions ̵
It's difficult to overstate the significance of the Serious Fraud Office's charges against Barclays PLC and the four senior Barclays banker
The Home Secretary is accused of unlawfully setting limits to numbers of unaccompanied child refugees accepted into the UK.
The DUP have rattled their sabres telling the UK government to get on with the deal that’s been sought to prop up Theresa May’s min
Nine years on from the crash, Barclays Bank and four former top executives are charged with committing criminal fraud.
The Metropolitan Police have been given permission to hold the man suspected of yesterday’s van attack on Muslim worshippers in north
It was delayed by a week, but when it came it was significantly different in tone to Theresa May’s thoughts on Britain’s depart
Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil last night at the scene of the attack, where one man died and nine others were taken to hospital. F
Councils across London are reviewing safety measures in high-rise buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire. After questions were ra
Former Cabinet Minister Ken Clarke, former Business Secretary Sir Vince Cable, and Shadow Education Secretary Angela Rayner discuss Theresa
Former Treasury Chief Secretary, Labour MP Liam Byrne, and Financial Times US editor Gillian Tett discuss the Barclays fraud allegations.
It will be the first case of its kind in Britain: four senior bankers facing criminal charges over their money-raising operations during th
The Home Office has been taken to court by a campaign group that accuses it of breaking the law by not allowing enough child refugees into
While the authorities have been criticised for failing to react quickly to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, locals have been fu
The dogs that didn't bark, measures at the heart of the Tories' failed election gambit now dropped, hover like a cloud over proceedings.
It was the kind of incident that everyone feared. In the wake of a series of Islamist-inspired attacks in London and Manchester, last night
The attack came as a group of Muslim worshipers finished prayers here in Finsbury Park shortly after midnight last night. Fatima Manji arri
The Prime Minister and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, who represents the local area, have both visited Finsbury Park Mosque today and spoken
Security Minister Ben Wallace says the Government is giving the extreme right enough attention through the Prevent programme.
A minute’s silence was observed this morning in memory of those who died in the Grenfell fire – a number now put at 79 by the e
The contrast between the suave and immaculately turned out Michel Barnier and our own David Davis at the Brussels press conference this eve