Gulf Times - London
Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

Hundreds of thousands take to streets in London demanding second Brexit vote

Hundreds of thousands of supporters of the European Union marched through London on Saturday in the biggest demonstration so far to demand that the British government holds a public vote on the terms of Brexit.

Deputy Amir meets Lord Mayor of City of London

Deputy Amir meets Lord Mayor of City of London

His Highness the Deputy Amir Sheikh Abdullah bin Hamad al-Thani on Thursday met at the Amiri Diwan office Lord Mayor of the City of London Alderman Charles Bowman and his accompanying delegation.

Ousted Pakistan PM Sharif freed from jail on court orders

Ousted Pakistan PM Sharif freed from jail on court orders

Pakistani authorities released former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter from jail on Wednesday after a court suspended prison sentences they got in July over the purchase of upscale apartments in London.

Two hospitalised after incident at London Muslim centre

Two hospitalised after incident at London Muslim centre

Two people were hospitalised after a car reportedly hit pedestrians near a Muslim community centre in northwest London overnight.

London's £15bn Crossrail link delayed by nearly a year

London's £15bn Crossrail link delayed by nearly a year

The Elizabeth line will connect destinations such as Heathrow Airport in west London to areas such as the Canary Wharf financial district in the east.

Mystery of fake Qatar protest in London deepens

Mystery of fake Qatar protest in London deepens

Last month, a man tried to pay a casting agency thousands of pounds to organise a fake rally in London.

UK's anti-terror police lead probe into London car crash

UK's anti-terror police lead probe into London car crash

Police said they could not immediately say whether it was a terrorism-related incident or not.

Heathrow passport queues reached two-and-a-half hours in July

Heathrow passport queues reached two-and-a-half hours in July

The Border Force missed its 45-minute or less target for passport check wait times for 95% of visitors from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) on all but one day last month.

Hundreds of Sikh separatists rally in London

Hundreds of Sikh separatists rally in London

Hundreds of Sikh separatists and their supporters gathered in London's Trafalgar Square on Sunday to demand a referendum on an independent homeland to be carved out of India.

Teen becomes youngest woman jailed in UK for terror

Teen becomes youngest woman jailed in UK for terror

A London teenager was jailed for life on Friday for plotting a terror attack, becoming the youngest woman to be sentenced for terrorism offences in Britain.

Dana Alfardan’s ‘Broken Wings’ set to debut in London

Dana Alfardan’s ‘Broken Wings’ set to debut in London

Set to launch on August 1, a new masterpiece for the musical 'Broken Wings' will debut at Theatre Royal Haymarket in London, composed by Qatar’s internationally acclaimed musical composer Dana Alfardan in collaboration with West End star Nadim Naaman.

Casting agency hires extras for fake rally during Amir's visit

Casting agency hires extras for fake rally during Amir's visit

Struggling actors were offered £20 a head to stand outside Downing Street in a fake protest against a visit by Qatar's Amir to the UK Tuesday.