People either love or loathe them, but one fish and chip shop is hoping that by battering the humble brussels sprout more people will enjoy the festive veg this Christmas.
It’s one of the most bustling spots in Islington, with its restaurants, shops and thriving antiques market.
In a corner of Hackney fast becoming a haven for foodies, Lobster Bar has added yet another culinary jewel to the dining hotspot’s crown.
Staff at an animal rescue shelter are desperately trying to reunite a lost kitten with its owner.
A trailblazing dance club that made music history and transformed the capital’s late night scene is the subject of a new exhibition at Islington Museum.
Jeremy Corbyn has declined an invitation to be sworn in to the Privy Council amid continued uncertainty over whether he will declare allegiance in person to the Queen.
Jeremy Corbyn is due to speak at a protest against postal cuts in Manchester today, as his rival party meets in the city for its conference.
Jeremy Corbyn has spent virtually his entire career on the fringes of mainstream politics.
Veteran Islington MP Jeremy Corbyn has won the Labour leadership race, it has just been revealed.
Labour leadership frontrunner and Islington MP Jeremy Corbyn was mobbed by dozens of supporters singing the Red Flag as he arrived at the special conference to unveil the successor to Ed Miliband.
Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed he has sounded out fellow-MPs about forming a frontbench team if he wins the Labour leadership, and has names in mind for shadow chancellor and shadow foreign secretary.
A teenager accused of stabbing a 15-year-old Alan Cartwright to death for his bike was seen laughing as he cycled away from his dying victim, a court heard.
A teenager who allegedly stabbed 15-year-old schoolboy Alan Cartwright to death for his bike was turned in by his mother, a court heard today.
Cocktails flowing, a DJ spinning Latin vibes, bright street art and striking mismatched decor – Señor Ceviche is every inch what I’d imagine a bustling Peruvian bar to be like.
A pensioner from Islington has admitted his role in the Hatton Garden Easter raid which saw jewellery worth more than £10million stolen.
Judge rejected his claims that Leeann Foley was shot in his botched suicide attempt
A 20-year-old woman is fighting for her life in hospital after she and two other young women were in collision with a car.
The UK’s biggest fancy dress dodgeball festival will arrive in Finsbury Park for the first time next weekend.
Students at Central Foundation Boys’ were celebrating a bumper set of results which put their school in the top 10 per cent in the country for performance this morning.
Students across Islington are picking up their GCSE results this morning.
A man from Islington has been jailed for killing a woman whilst driving with no insurance.
Underground services across London have been suspended this evening as workers walk out for a second time in a dispute over plans for the night Tube.
A shotgun and several knives have been recovered by police after a car was stopped in Islington this afternoon.
Mayor of London Boris Johnson has cast doubt over the date for the introduction of the capital’s Night Tube.
London Underground is at a standstill today as thousands of workers “solidly” supported a strike, causing travel chaos across the capital.
Britain will today mark the 10th anniversary of the July 7 London terrorist attacks which left 52 dead and hundreds injured.
Thousands of Arsenal fans braved the rain to join the Gunners in celebrating their historic FA Cup victory through the streets of Islington today.
Arsenal’s victorious FA Cup final team will travel through the streets of Islington tomorrow to celebrate the club winning the title for the second year running.
“How would you like the steak cooked?”, I was asked. A standard question in any restaurant, although I wasn’t ordering it for myself, but my dog – in a top City restaurant.
A 74-year-old from Hoxton is among those charged in connection with last month’s Hatton Garden jewellery heist.
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