Riding on pavements and not stopping at traffic lights when showing red to allow pedestrians to cross will no longer 'be optional' for Cyclists from 2009.
The month of June is to de-catagorised from a summer month to that of an autumn one after the Met Office became frustrated by the number of complaints they were receiving from the General public as a result of the inclement cool weather that much of...
After Boris Johnson's controversial decision to ban alcohol on London transport, one 62 year old gentleman is paying a hefty price for 'flouting the ban'.
In conjunction with Time Out magazine and Metro Newspaper, London is to present the annual pretentious stakes for 2008.
As thousands of commuters struggled this week to make their way into Liverpool St after a bridge was struck, they faced further insult by train companies increasing fares prices again and fining passengers who complained.
Chelsea football club was today plunged into further turmoil as they sacked their next manager before even unveiling him after Roman Abramovich decided to call time deeming his reign unsuccessful.
CBeebies programme Balamory has been switched to Channel 4 and will now be aired at 10.00pm after complaints from concerned parents that it was disturbing.
Motivational guru, public speaker, firewalker and millionaire, Anthony Robbins has admitted that in private, he is 'a right miserable bastard who lounges about his mansion in his boxer shorts and an old t-shirt with pizza stains'.
The BBC has been fined 1.4 million pounds after it emerged that they have been recycling the news since at least 1997.
In a refreshing break from royal protocol, Prince William is going to appear in the forthcoming adverts for supermarket chain Morrison's following in the steps of Lulu, Gabby Logan and Alan Hansen.
Gordon Brown has admitted that he has been involved in an elaborate hoax, devised by the producers of the hit Channel 4 programme, Faking It.
Children's favourite, Bob the Builder appeared on This Morning to tell stunned viewers that he was recovering from drug addiction. A pale and emotional Bob told presenter Philip Schofield that the last year has been hell.
The Queen Mother, who many believe passed away in April 2002, is in fact, alive and very much well. Contrary to popular belief, she did not 'cork it' but is in fact, residing in a secluded area of Pathos in Cyprus.
Bob Dylan famously sang 'Times they are a-changin' and he was correct.
A man from Finchley has been warned by the RSPCA after naming his cat David. Neighbours complained to authorities as they felt it 'a bit creepy and not the sort of name one would give a domestic pet'.
Hoxton and Shoreditch have been officially named the 'bastard love children' of Islington after both areas of London had still yet to decide on their official status. Both it would seem, are undecided as to if they wish to be portrayed as boh...
As a result of the ever increasing popularity of 'Chav Culture' sweeping the UK, Digital TV is to launch The Chav Channel from November this year.
It's official. Cyclists in the City of London have topped a MORI poll regarding what is the most threatening thing in the capital today.