Grenfell: One year after the fire
London marks a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire that killed 71 people. Prime Minister Theresa May admits that her initial response at the time seemed uncaring. And DW meets one of the survivors – still waiting to be re-housed.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan on Tech, Brexit, Trump
London Mayor Sadiq Khan talks with Bloomberg Television's Caroline Hyde about the city's standing as a tech innovation hub, Brexit and the U.K.'s relationship with the U.S.
Oil returns to $80 a barrel in London for first time since 2014
Brent crude rose to $80 a barrel in London for the first time since 2014, pushed higher by declining U.S. stockpiles and concerns over renewed sanctions against Iran.
UK launches Commonwealth charm offensive as Brexit nears
With Britain scheduled to leave the EU in 2019, the country appears to be turning to the Commonwealth nations. Trade was high on the agenda at a lavish summit of Commonwealth heads of government in London.
Nigerian youth are angry that Buhari questioned their work ethic
Nigerian youth are lashing out at president Muhammadu Buhari after he told a business forum in London that young people in his country think they need "do nothing" to enjoy free homes, hospitals and schooling because they live in an oil-rich country.
Welcome to The City of London
Welcome to The City of London, once the preserve of stuffy bankers - The City is re-inventing itself as the place to be. New restaurants, bars and hotels have moved into this ancient part of London injecting some late-night atmosphere into The Square Mile.
London home prices keep falling
As home prices keep dropping in London, they are rising across the country. Surveys show the average property in the capital lost almost two percent of its value over the past year.
Boris Johnson: Russia's position in Skripal case is increasingly bizarre
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has told DW's Zhanna Nemtsova why London believes that Russia is responsible for the poisoning of former double agent Sergei Skripal and what lesson Britain had learnt from the murder of Alexander Litvinenko.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman visits the U.K.
Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s lightning reform program for Saudi Arabia will face its first test abroad Wednesday as he holds talks in London at the start of a tour of capitals designed to burnish his credentials as a leader in waiting.