William's bid to tackle UK's homelessness crisis: Prince vows to build new homes across his Duchy of Cornwall estate to help rough sleepers

Prince William has vowed to build dozens more homes for the homeless on his own Duchy of Cornwall estate, which accounts for 52,449 hectares across 20 counties in the UK

Child dies after 'falling from upper-floor flat' in south London: Police launch probe into latest tragedy to hit the capital

A child has died after 'falling from upper-floor flat' in south London.

Who is Tom Holland's Juliet? Meet Francesca Amewudah-Rivers, the female lead playing alongside Spider-Man star in his West End debut of Romeo and Juliet

Born in Brighton to a Ghanaian father and Nigerian mother, Francesca started her acting journey training at the National Youth Theatre at the age of 15 before studying Music at Oxford.

Who is Tom Holland's Juliet? Meet Francesca Amewudah-Rivers, the female lead playing alongside Spiderman star in his West End debut of Romeo and Juliet

It's a role that is so iconic in the West End, yet not much is know about the 26-year-old actress starring as Juliet alongside Tom Holland's Romeo.

Cowardly Brixton slasher, 35, jailed for life for knifing Christian charity worker, 31, to death

Mohamed Nur (pictured), 35, grabbed 31-year-old Johanita Dogbey and stabbed her three times in the neck in a random attack near Brixton's O2 academy in south London on 1 May last year.

Pictured: Killer, 34, who stabbed female Christian charity worker, 31, in the neck with makeshift blade in series of random attacks - as he faces life in jail for her murder

This Mohamed Nur (left) who stabbed a female Christian charity worker in the neck with a makeshift blade near an O2 venue in Brixton and faces life in jail for murder.

Pictured: Slasher, 34, who stabbed female Christian charity worker, 31, in the neck with makeshift blade near Brixton's O2 venue after series of other random attacks - as he faces life in jail for murder

This is the slasher who stabbed a female Christian charity worker in the neck with a makeshift blade near an O2 venue in Brixton and faces life in jail for murder.

Slasher, 34, who stabbed female Christian charity worker, 31, in the neck with makeshift blade near Brixton's O2 venue after series of other random attacks faces life in jail for murder

Mohamed Nur used the weapon to cut the throat of Johanita Kossiwa Dogbey in broad daylight last May 1, when she had been walking alone in Stockwell Park Walk in Brixton.

BAFTA TV Awards 2024 WINNERS: Happy Valley and Top Boy dominate  with two gongs each as Sarah Lancashire breaks down accepting Leading Actress prize - while The Crown is snubbed

Happy Valley and Top Boy were the big winners at the BAFTA TV Awards 2024 held at The Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday night.

BAFTA TV Awards 2024 WINNERS: The Crown's Elizabeth Debicki MISSES OUT on gong to Top Boy's Jasmine Jobson - while Strictly scoops Entertainment prize

The Crown star Elizabeth Debicki missed out on the Best Supporting Actress gong at the BAFTA TV Awards 2024 held at The Royal Festival Hall in London on Sunday night. 

I'm sick of dating in London so I flew to Spain to meet a man from Hinge in the hope I would find love

Celeste Hartley, 28, from London, claims that dating in London has become 'so bad' that she felt compelled to 'go international' - forking out £250 to fly to Spain to try one of their blokes.

Inside Adjoa Andoh's garden with a 'beautiful' crabapple tree as Bridgerton star reveals main health benefits to horticulture

Bridgeton star Adjoa Andoh, 61, from Bristol, has shared how gardening has improved her wellbeing - as she appears on ITV's Love Your Weekend with Alan Titchmarsh this week.

Why YOU should start gardening: Adjoa Andoh shares main health benefits of horticulture: 'It's my sanity'

In conversation with the Telegrah, the actress, who lives in London, revealed: 'My garden is my sanity. It's my constant reset. I feel my blood pressure go down'.

Revealed: How punters are paying more for soft drinks than a pint of beer at some London boozers - is YOUR local on the list?

MailOnline can reveal today that there are at least 28 JD Wetherspoon venues where Londoners can go and buy an alcoholic beverage for less than a soft drink.

Now it's £4.60 for a DIET COKE! Furious pub customers are charged nearly £5 for a pint of fizzy soft drink - as cost of lager hurtles towards £9

The Alexandra, in Clapham, which sits just off Clapham Common, has become the  latest boozer to face a backlash over the cost of its drinks.

Now it's £4.60 for a DIET COKE! Soaring pub prices hit new low as furious customers of London watering hole are charged nearly £5 for a pint of fizzy drink - while cost of lager hurtles towards £9

The Alexandra, in Clapham, which sits just off Clapham Common, has become the  latest boozer to face a backlash over the cost of its drinks.

Last orders? Pints edge towards £9 as pub charges £8.80 for lager - amid warnings more 'stealth' price hikes are on the way

The Victoria-era Trafalgar Tavern which sits on the Thames in Greenwich, south London, was highlighted as one of many pubs across the capital charging much more than the UK average of £4.80.

Iconic 90s dance act to reunite for massive UK gigs to celebrate 30 years since their formation, a decade after they last released an album

An iconic 90s dance act is reportedly set to perform a number of massive shows to celebrate 30 years since their formation.

Police launch hunt for missing girl, 15, who left home with her pet marsupial nearly three weeks ago and has not been seen since

Raya Dillon-Jackson was last seen in Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire on Sunday, March 31 and she was reported missing the following day Leicestershire Police said.

The Taylor Swift effect: Fans flock to London pubs that star name drops in Tortured Poets Department - as map reveals hangouts that formed backdrop of her romance with ex Joe Alwyn

Taylor Swift fans have already started visiting pubs apparently named in her new album - adding to an already long list of London landmarks she has referenced in her lyrics

Did the RAF deliberately bomb the Baedeker publishing house during the war?

Dietrich Baedeker, born in Bremen in 1660, became a printer in Bielefeld but it was his descendent, Karl Baedeker, who established the publishing firm proper in 1827. Pictured: Canterbury