A fire has broken out at a block of flats a short distance away from Grenfell Tower in west London.
Direct flights between London and Sydney are a step closer after Australian carrier Qantas announced new research into the route long seen as “the final frontier” of international travel.
The six-year-old boy who fell five storeys from the Tate Modern has had “two long and difficult operations” but the full extent of his injuries is not yet known, his parents have said.
The US Justice Department has issued a warrant demanding the seizure of an Iranian tanker previously detained in Gibraltar.
Art experts have concluded that a painting in a stately home’s collection which was thought to be by Raphael is unlikely to be the work of the Renaissance master.
Passengers have spoken of the “tense” atmosphere after being stuck on trains outside London for more than eight hours.
Back-up systems on Britain’s electricity network “worked well” in response to the major power cut that brought widespread disruption to the country, National Grid has said.
Energy watchdog Ofgem has demanded an urgent report from National Grid after a major power cut caused travel chaos and cut electricity for almost one million people in England and Wales.
The Met Police is “under-resourced and over-stretched” and needs more police officers to deal with knife crime, Sadiq Khan has warned Boris Johnson.
A large power cut has caused “apocalyptic” rush-hour scenes across England and Wales, with traffic lights down and trains coming to a standstill.