You'll need a cool £1m for most homes in the centre while bargain hunters should head east
Urns of ashes, drum kits and a judge's wig among the 300,000 items handed in to lost property lost year
Light-based artworks illuminate some of London's top landmarks
Sentencing to take place in March for 'biggest ever burglary in England'
Tickets are long sold out, but there are plenty of free spots that offer a great view of the show
Thousands of anti-capitalists march in protest that also saw a photographer run over
More than half of people living in poverty are in working families – an increase of 70% in a decade
Visitors converge on capital for ten-day celebration of Asian masterpieces
Tiny cupboard in Clapham house advertised on letting site as a 'single furnished room'
Transport for London provokes backlash as it cites 'value for money' in pulling out just a day before contract signing
Number of hate crimes against Muslims has risen by 70% – with veiled women particularly at risk
Carbuncle Cup winner described as 'gratuitous gargoyle' and a 'literal diagram of greed'
Paris is changing the law, and tests show that cyclists who jump red lights are less likely to be hit by cars
Members voted against admitting female members because they might 'ruin the camaraderie and banter'
Memorials set to mark ten years since 7/7, the deadliest terrorist attack in UK since Lockerbie
Central London's best and brightest buildings are showing off their artworks this weekend
First stretch of the Crossrail service will open this weekend with fare cuts for commuters of up to 40 per cent
Couple 'in a state' after discovering dead body wrapped in sheets and placed in floating suitcase
Many victims of the Easter jewellery raid were small businesses now struggling to recover losses
Animal charity hopes to 'open people's minds' to the practical and emotional benefits of having a cat