The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced it will not charge any Tory politicians over the alleged breeching of expenses rules during the 2015 election campaign.
A would-be kidnapper allegedly tried to bundle a man into the back of a vehicle.
A draft of the Labour's general election has been leaked a week ahead of its official publication date.
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Battersea Power Station received a royal visitor today when Princess Anne joined leaders from around the Commonwealth for the first official event at The Village Hall.
A man was taken to hospital after being stabbed on a tram in Woodside.
Leader of Merton Council Councillor Stephen Alambritis has apologised for “confusion” caused by a Labour Party tax consultation.
Officers in Sutton are asking residents to help track down three suspected criminals.
A woman was killed after being struck by a train at Wandsworth Town railway station yesterday evening.
Tributes have been paid to a Sutton pupil who was found dead near the Warren Recreation Ground.
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Two iconic red phone boxes on Richmond Green are all set for a revival.
Excessive force and police restraint led to the death of a South Norwood IT analyst at a Beckenham psychiatric hospital, a jury has found.
Wandsworth residents are being reminded there is still time to sign up for Battersea Park’s fourth annual walk to highlight stigma and discrimination facing those who suffer mental illness.
A 79-year-old Sutton beekeeper said he may have move his prized bees after their hives were attacked by vandals.
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A serving police officer has been cleared of attempted rape.
Wandsworth Council has been accused of "vandalism" after pollarding of trees in Chestnut Avenue was spotted in Tooting Common.
Sutton and Cheam MP Paul Scully will not be prosecuted over Conservative’s undeclared election spending
The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has announced it will not charge any Tory politicians over the alleged breaching of expenses rules during the 2015 election campaign.