- It's four years ago to the day that the London riots started. What's their legacy?
- The government knew that a £3m Kids Company grant was going to be used to pay staff, says founder of the now-defunct charity.
- Westminster house prices 24 times the average local salary.
- Looks like Battersea Power Station housing will have a rich/not-rich divide after all.
- Morden-born Minder star George Cole has died.
- The developers ordered to rebuild a pub that they knocked down, are appealing against the decision. Don't you just want to cuddle them.
- How are you dealing with the f*cking tube strike?...
- ...maybe you could have done with this excellent 1962 film on alternative ways to commute...
- ...although this London Underground driver says the strike is no laughing matter...
- ...but not everyone would agree with him.
- Still, things should be back to normal tomorrow. Just as well for mayoral candidate Christian Wolmar, who will attempt to break the world record for visiting all 270 stations in a day.
- The Cuming Museum, which reopens in 2019, has lost all its staff.
- Really stupid pointless bloody survey 'shows' that nine out of the 10 most miserable places in the UK are in London.
- Peckham nail bar is screwing holes into a historic mural.
- Time for a cheeky cigar wethinks.
London News Roundup: What's The Legacy Of The London Riots?
Last Updated 18 August 2015