A violent man has been convicted after his “savage, unprovoked and sustained attack” on an elderly lollipop man on the way home from work. Robert Philips, 56, of Eccleston House, [...]
Poor people in Lambeth are struggling more than ever to afford even to eat according to a report from the Trussell Trust today. In the last year, th ...
Staff members at the Ritzy Cinema have gone on strike today, closing the popular Brixton picture house to the public and creating a carnival atmosphere. Read a full background to [...]
The family of Cherry Groce, shot and paralysed by police in Brixton in the eighties, will now be given legal aid to have their voice heard at the inquest into [...]
The Crown Prosecution (CPS) is to consider whether to bring criminal charges against two police officers who arrested Sean Rigg hours before he died in Brixton Police Station. Rigg, a [...]
Lambeth council’s Future Brixton planning team has revealed its two finalists in the competition for organisations to take over and run the former ice rink site, in Popes Road, for [...]
By Kaye Wiggins It’s that time again: Over the next few weeks you’ll find your letterbox stuffed with political leaflets. You might even have councillors and would-be councillors knocking on [...]