The Metropolitan Police has attempted to clarify its view of evidence presented to the Election Court trial that brought down former mayor Lutfur Rahman after confusion left campaigners furious.
While other London mayoral candidates have expressed scepticism, the Tory says a tunnel is key to unlocking growth in east London
Scotland Yard detectives have been condemned as a “disgrace” and their investigation into alleged Tower Hamlets election fraud called a “whitewash” after a year-long probe unearthed no criminal activity.
Students from St Paul’s Way Trust School in Tower Hamlets report back on the entrepreneurial programmes run in partnership with the Canary Wharf bank
Controversial plans to build a cruise liner terminal on the Thames at Greenwich face the prospect of a legal challenge in the High Court.
With Laura Trott gaining a second gold at the UCI Track Cycling World Championships in Stratford, Britain can go to Rio as the team to beat again
A new 10-year project aims to regenerate 86 acres of brownfield land across east London for industrial space and homes, creating up to 7,000 jobs.
Information Commissioner is due to rule soon on the appeal of London Legacy Development Corporation as it comes under sustained fire, again, from the London Assembly