• Mon - Sun 24 Hours
  • 012 2768 9002 No Call Out Charge
  • Follow Us

Blog

Image copyright PA Media Image caption Bournemouth Beach in Dorset drew crowds of sun-worshippers The UK has had its hottest day of the year, as temperatures soared across southern England. The Met Office said Heathrow and Northolt in west London had reached 34C (93.2F) making it one of the warmest June days for about 40 […]

Read more

London’s mayor and several councils have called for a new system to be introduced for anyone wishing to offer short-term lets for visitors to the city. Landlords cannot legally rent out their homes in the capital for more than 90 nights a year under strict regulations, but a BBC investigation found some landlords were being […]

Read more

Image copyright Getty Images Police investigating reports of a leaked Edexcel maths A-level paper have arrested two people. Two men, aged 29 and 32, were arrested on suspicion of theft and taken into police custody on Monday. They have since been released under investigation while inquiries continue. Two questions from the paper were posted on […]

Read more

Image copyright EPA Jeremy Hunt has added his voice to calls for Tory leadership rival Boris Johnson to answer questions about a row with his girlfriend which led to police being called to their address. Mr Hunt said someone who wants to be PM “should answer questions on everything”. Cabinet minister Liam Fox said it […]

Read more

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionGreenpeace activist says Mark Field actions ‘over the top’ Mark Field has been suspended as a Foreign Office minister after grabbing a female Greenpeace activist at a black-tie City dinner. The MP has apologised for confronting Janet Barker and marching her away as protesters interrupted a speech […]

Read more

Image copyright EPA/NEIL HALL Image caption Nearly two thirds of London’s total between April 2018 and March 2019 were first time rough sleepers The number of rough sleepers in London has reached a record high after an increase of nearly one fifth in a year, new figures have shown. Research commissioned by the Greater London […]

Read more

Image caption The man was found in Whalebone Lane, near to Stratford Park A man, believed to be in his 40s, has been stabbed to death in east London. The man was found collapsed in Whalebone Lane, near West Ham Lane, in Stratford, at 00:40 BST and was later pronounced dead at the scene. His […]

Read more

Evidence that body image, bullying and peer pressure are a barrier to young women participating in sport, has prompted the release of a film about basketball. “Watch What I Can Do” was created with a female-led cast and has had almost one million online views in two weeks. In 2018, a Youth Trust Impact report […]

Read more

The Coach and Horses claims to be the London’s first pub to be granted a nudist licence. It has got permission for naturist nights as the hostelry is earmarked to be taken over by the Fuller’s chain, and the landlord says “we’re prepared to take off our clothes” to stop it. They published a naked […]

Read more

One of post-war Britain’s most ambitious housing projects is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first residents moving in. The Barbican Estate in the City of London, known for its brutalist architecture, was built on ground devastated by World War II bombing by the Nazis. Residents of the estate – in the heart of the […]

Read more
Call Now Button