A murder probe has been launched after a male was knifed to death in north London.
Police and paramedics were called to reports of a stabbing at the Munster Square estate in Camden on Monday night.
The victim, whose age was not immediately released, was pronounced dead at the scene shortly after 11.10pm.
No arrests have been made.
2/4 The woman in the video tried to get on a no 31 @TfL bus from Camden. The driver had just edged away from the stop. As you can see she stood in front of the bus. I pleaded with her to move she didn’t. She got enraged that I was filming jumped on the bus and attacked me… pic.twitter.com/j0rm62VnJE— Edward Adoo (@EdwardAdoo) August 3, 2019
3/4 I told her I am a broadcaster, work for the BBC and she would be arrested for her actions. Called the police. I didn’t want to press charges. Overheard her telling other passengers she has got two kids. Think she was cautioned. pic.twitter.com/DN5fG2Xkj9— Edward Adoo (@EdwardAdoo) August 3, 2019
DISTURBING footage shows a furious woman allegedly attacking a bus passenger who was filming her standing in front of the double-decker blocking its path.
Filmed in Camden, North West London, on Friday evening, the video shows the angry lady standing in the middle of the road while refusing to let the bus move.
Writer and broadcaster Edward Adoo, 40, who filmed the incident, told The Sun Online that the woman missed the number 31 by “two seconds.”
… “She kept saying “f****ing delete the video. …
Robinson wrongfully jailed for exposing Islamic pedophile grooming gangs.
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who goes by the name Tommy Robinson, was jailed for contempt of court after live-streaming defendants outside Leeds Crown Court during a criminal trial on the sexual exploitation of girls in Huddersfield. His supporters claim he was jailed for journalism.
Tommy Robinson’s supporters clashed with the police on Saturday, 3 August as protesters took to the streets to demand his release from jail. The demonstrators reportedly threw chairs and bottles at police officers in the centre of the city. People have reportedly been arrested in the standoff.
The protesters, chanting “We want Tommy out”, were separated by a line of officers and vehicles from rival groups of activists.
The ISIS terrorist organization is threatening to launch new attacks in San Francisco, New York, and London, according to new warning messages posted on the group’s social media channels. The messages, carried across the internet via the Telegram networking website, feature the three cities and call for adherents of the terror group’s radical ideology to “kill them all,” according to copies of the warnings obtained by the Middle East Media Research Institute, or MEMRI, a group that monitors jihadi networks.
Disgusting homophobic abuse at those on Waltham Forest Pride today.— Yusuf Patel (@YusufJP_) July 27, 2019
No matter what form hate comes in, we must stamp it out and say no to all forms of hate! Also, very importantly we cannot call out one form of hate but be silent/complicit on others. @GalopUK @stonewalluk pic.twitter.com/kDAFoAb8Vw
Police have launched an investigation after a video has emerged of a woman appearing to shout homophobic abuse at people on a Pride march.
Wearing a black niqab, she can be heard in the footage posted on social media repeatedly shouting “shame on you” at the crowd, including at a man draped in a rainbow LGBT flag.
Whether you’re a native Londoner or visiting for the first time, you’ll love going to these amazing pubs and enjoying a pint and some fish and chips.
The pub is a favorite pastime for Londoners. Many of the city’s pubs have been standing for centuries, and are still serving up traditional British fare, including the famous Sunday roast—and an array of drinks to a bar full of loyal patrons. Every pub offers something a little different, catering to a slightly different demographic, but there’s something for every kind of patron in London.
US president refers to message about Met police twitter account, calling London mayor ‘incompetent’
Donald Trump has retweeted the British far-right commentator Katie Hopkins and launched another attack on Sadiq Khan.
Referring to a message from Hopkins that the Met’s Twitter account had been targeted by hackers on Friday night, in which she said officers had “lost control of London streets” and “lost control of their Twitter account too”, Trump tweeted: “With the incompetent mayor of London, you will never have safe streets!”
Kensington, it’s the home of £100m houses, royalty, film stars and those flamingos that people occasionally throw off the top of the Roof Gardens. It’s also one of London’s best dining spots, with restaurants a-plenty. Here are some of our faves…St Martin’s Lane Indian extraordinaire Dishoom has branched out to Kensington and the hugely successful restaurant just got even better. Dive into the world of old-school Bombay, of goondas and film stars, of 1930s glamour and fine Indian flavours. Dinner at Dishoom Kensington is an immersive and magical experience, one where anything might happen but one thing is guaranteed, the food will be exquisite! Surrounded by gorgeous art deco architecture reminiscent of the grand cafés you can still see in downtown Bombay, this is a stunning night out.
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Regardless of which neighborhood you choose to visit, London is full of pageantry and charm.
Regardless of which neighborhood you choose, London is full of pageantry. Entrenched in history, the British capital is alive with art, architecture, bars, restaurants, and of course, hotels. And it’s a city of contradictions—where you will find the metal-and-glass Shard skyscraper as well as a 300-year-old pub.
From iconic landmarks to playfully colored houses, each neighborhood is a confluence of culture, history and design. Brush shoulders with London’s leading financial minds in the city, traverse the cobblestoned streets in Covent Garden or uncover the independent shops and galleries of Shoreditch. No matter which area you ultimately settle on, what remains constant is that each one is bustling with city atmosphere and charm. Continue at Source: Best Areas To Stay In London
From plant-based pubs to posh restaurants, here are the five vegan eateries you must visit during your London stay.
In regards to the culinary scene, London kitchens had some catching up to do compared with the rest of the world’s metropolises. While cities such as New York, Paris, Rome, and Seoul have long been regarded as culinary destinations, London has just recently broken its reputation of bland food and mushy peas. London’s vegan scene has flourished in stride with this culinary renaissance, making the city one of the top spots for gourmands and foodies alike—no matter one’s dietary preference. Understanding that one only has so much stomach real estate per day, we’ve scoped out the local’s top five favorite vegan spots to put on your food bucket list. Continue at Source: 5 Best Vegan Restaurants in London