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Sainsbury’s has angered campaigners by making a fresh bid to open a second shop in Blackstock Road.

Search our table of London MPs’ expense claims to find out how much your local MP spent in 2015-16

For one night at Hackney Empire, a variety show celebrates the world spectacular with acts that you’d never show the royal family

The mayor of Hackney has called on City Hall to give the final decision on the controversial Bishopsgate Goodsyard scheme back to the boroughs that rejected it.

Labour’s Sadiq Khan told Hackney’s Jewish community tackling anti-Semitism would be a top priority for him should he be elected as London Mayor on Thursday.

Prince John Zylinski may be an outsider in the London Mayoral race, but he thinks he’s got what it takes. Sam Gelder met the man who promises a million houses (and trees) if elected.

Campaigners have declared victory in east London today in the latest round over the controversial scheme for a wall of skyscrapers at the old Bishopsgate goodsyard site that would overshadow Shoreditch.

The decision on whether the controversial wall of skyscrapers planned for the old Bishopsgate goodsyard on the fringe of the City of London should go ahead has been delayed.

London Mayor Boris Johnson has sent a letter to the developers, Hammerson’s, offering them a chance to modify their planning application, it is understood.

Concerns have been raised over plans to build 69 flats on the site of the former Kingsland Road fire station, which was bought by the government for £16m to house a new primary “free school”.

The Buck stops with Boris Johnson over whether the controversial Bishopsgate goodsyard scheme for seven skyscrapers shadowing over Shoreditch and Spitalfields should go ahead—now his own planning officers want it rejected.

The number of people volunteering as special police constables in Hackney has dropped by half in the last four years, new figures show.

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