Several groups are going to be disproportionately affected when the £70 billion scheme comes to an end.
Pop-up spaces can be successful, they just need to be better thought through and created with urban ecology in mind rather than economics.
New data shows the recent damage to UK’s prized services sector – and potentially to Europe as a whole.
Filing terrorism charges in the London attack marks the first time in Canada investigators have done so in an Islamophobia case.
Four members of a family were killed in a hate crime — only the nine-year-old son survived. Islamophobia has created a culture of hate in Canada that threatens those who are perceived as Muslim.
Conservative rival Shaun Bailey gave the mayor a much harder fight than expected.
The choice between Sadiq Khan and Shaun Bailey comes down to two opposing views of what transport is for – and how to fund it
The capital doesn’t really know what to make of the Labour leader – which is, in itself, telling.
In this instalment of our fantasy art travel series, Jen Webb yearns to revisit London, a special aunt and a very big arachnid.
The need for social distancing sparked a cycling boom, cutting air pollution and boosting city dwellers’ mental and physical health. But when the pandemic ends, will it be back to life as usual?
Plague-wary Londoners tolerated mischievous red kites and ravens for their services to the city’s sanitation.
The fast-paced move to digital spaces after the pandemic has expanded possibilities for finding community and support in adverse circumstances.
Brexit has seen a sudden shift in euro-denominated trading across the English Channel.
Once the pandemic is over, London’s gravitational pull is likely to come back into play.
In Athens, Colombo and London, Chinese investment is transforming urban space.
A new economic model of how remote working is developing reveals some interesting results.
Black patients were 30% and Asian patients 49% more likely to die within 30 days of hospital admission compared to patients from white backgrounds of a similar age and baseline health.
In both London and Liverpool – two extremes of Britain’s polarised housing market – activists have been busy re-imagining the future of public housing.
Only three non-English UK-based authors have ever won the Booker prize. And all three of them were published by London presses.
Religion has often been a key motivation for philanthropy and economic fairness. Africans in the diaspora champion this.