Four Metropolitan Police officers are stabbed while chasing a suspect in Kingsbury, north London. Two of the officers suffer serious injuries, while a 32-year-old male is arrested for attempted murder.
Four police officers are stabbed after being called to a disturbance in north-west London.
A man is charged with attempted murder following Saturday's stabbing of four Metropolitan Police officers in Kingsbury, north London. Context: Kingsbury, London, Metropolitan Police Service, attempted murder
The suspected death toll of the fire in North Kensington, London earlier in the week significantly increases, as the Metropolitan Police Service reports that a minimum of 58 people are missing and feared dead. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
Scotland Yard advises that it will be treating three non-fatal stabbings at the Leytonstone tube station in London as a terrorist incident. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
London's Metropolitan Police are investigating an attempted break-in at the British Houses of Parliament on Friday evening. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
Bernard Hogan-Howe is named as the new Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
The Garda Sochna and Metropolitan Police Service in London arrest and charge three men in connection with Ireland's largest cocaine seizure in West Cork in July 2007. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
Pro-Tamil Tigers protesters and the Metropolitan Police Service battle, injuring 16 people, in London, England. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
Sir Paul Stephenson is appointed Commissioner of London's Metropolitan Police Service. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
The commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service and the most senior policeman in the United Kingdom, Sir Ian Blair, announces that he will stand down from his post in December of this year, citing a lack of support from London Mayor Boris Johnson. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
Operation Paget, the inquiry into the death in 1997 of Diana, Princess of Wales headed by Lord Stevens, a former chief of London's Metropolitan Police, concludes that there were no suspicious circumstances and that the fatal car crash in which she died was a 'tragic accident'. Context: London, Metropolitan Police Service
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