The Met Police say the number of child abuse cases involving witchcraft has gone up fifty per cent in the last three years.
radlemadle has this report.
Last weekend marked the biggest of the celebrations for the Queen’s 90th Birthday.
Mariana Des Forges was at the Royal Horse Show to witness what had been planned for Britain’s longest reigning monarch.
Small acts of heroism are often overlooked and yet are so crucial in times of conflict.
The Royal Voluntary Service are championing the importance of such works by the army that Hitler forgot, in their latest project.
Our reporter Emma Roberts explains.
The Lebanese-born Palestinian artist Mon-a Hatoom is being exhibited in a major show at Tate Modern until the twenty-first of August.
Our arts correspondent Astrid Hald visited the exhibition.
Following last month’s high-profile closures of Lambeth libraries, Lewisham council is now proposing one million pounds’ worth of cuts.
With a strike and march planned for this Saturday, Anna Burns went to find out what the future holds for SouthEast London’s libraries.
You can find details of this Saturday’s march at http://savelewishamlibraries.blogspot.co.uk/
For more on the council’s proposed changes, see https://lewisham.gov.uk/myservices/libraries/Pages/Library-consultation-2015.asp