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London Bridge has re-opened.
The wife of the soldier murdered in a London street says she expected her husband to be safe in the UK.
British Airways cancels its short-haul flights to and from Heathrow after one of its planes makes an emergency landing.
The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables are announced as shows performing free songs to the public, to coincide with 350 years of West End theatre.
A Metropolitan Police officer is charged with assaulting a person at a north London police station.
Andros Townsend pulls out of the England Under-21s European Championship squad following FA betting charge.
That's it for today's BBC Local Live page. Join Claire Timms tomorrow from 0800 where she'll be bringing you all the latest news, sport, weather and travel for London.
Coming up on BBC London News from 1830, all the latest from Woolwich as the attackers were strongly condemned during Friday Prayers in the local mosque. Reporter Asad Ahmad was given exclusive permission to film the service.
We'll also look ahead to Monday's play-off final when Crystal Palace take on Watford for the final place in next season's Premiership.
Plus, we find out what happened when the Fresh Prince of Bel Air met the London Mayor.
Tweets: I've just been sent the most beautiful hand-knitted baby blanket by a viewer. So kind - it's really made my day!
The weather forecast for London: Drying out across the city by the early hours, then a cool but sunny start to Saturday morning will lead to a warm and bright afternoon with a high of 17C (63F).
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea tweets: Friday fun as a peacock ponders 'The Eccentricity of Zero'- Holland Park's latest art installation.
Do you know at what Tube station Overground trains run underneath Underground ones? Or where a river runs in a pipe just above the train track?
Tube enthusiast Geoff Marshall reveals all in his video the Secrets of the District Line on the Londonist website.
Coming up on Drivetime, we'll be speaking to BBC London reporter Karl Mercer who has been in Woolwich today to get the latest as police continue to investigate the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby.
We'll also talk to Fiyaz Muhgal, the coordinator of Tell Mama, an organisation which monitors anti-Muslim attacks, to find out if he's heard of more incidents in the wake of this week's murder.
A banner with messages from 1,500 Watford fans all over the world was on display as a play-off final press conference began at Vicarage Road.
Monday's match at Wembley against south London's Crystal Palace will determine who will play in the Premier League.
Boris Johnson has told Will Smith he had written a rap on the Queen's Silver Jubilee.
He told the Hollywood actor and rapper: "My first rap, I haven't really set it to music yet. Perhaps with your help. I can send you a lyric."
Smith joked: "That was big in the hip-hop community."
The pair met at a celebration of Mr Johnson's Leadership Clubs which offers extracurricular activities for teenagers.
BBC London's Marc Ashdown speaks to Benjamin Odeje, the first black footballer to play for England.
Newspapers around the world have condemned the attack in Woolwich.
The press in the Middle East have described the attack as an ugly act of violence committed by "imbeciles" who were giving Islam a bad name, however, one newspaper in Russia described the attack as "inevitable".
All short-haul flights which were cancelled following the emergency landing at Heathrow Airport this morning have resumed, BA said.
In total 192 flights were cancelled following the incident, the majority of which were BA flights. There are still delays of 49 minutes for both departures and arrivals.
BA said the incident had "significant impact" on its schedule and delays were expected to last for the rest of the day.
Coming up on BBC London 94.9, Travis will be performing their new song live on the Jo Good show
The band are currently in the studio getting ready to perform.
The Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables have been announced as shows performing free songs to the public, to mark 350 years of West End theatre.
West End Live - the annual festival of musical and theatre, now in its ninth year - will be staged in Trafalgar Square on 22 and 23 June.
The Met said searches were ongoing at six residential addresses; three in south London, one in east London, one in north London and one in Lincolnshire.
Two women, aged 29 and 31, who were arrested in connection with the attack on Drummer Lee Rigby have been released without charge.
A 29-year-old man arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder remains in custody.
tweets: #WillSmith and son Jaden lend their support to #Mayor's leadership clubs. Said #London reminds him of home.
A Book of Condolence has been opened today in Woolwich Town Hall so people who live, work and study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich can express their condolences following the death of Drummer Lee Rigby
The leader of the Church of England has praised the response of UK faith groups following the Woolwich attacks.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby said: "I want to recognise the response of churches, mosques and other faith and civil society groups as well as those of brave individuals who have done so much to bring our communities together at this time.
"The strong response of the Muslim Council of Britain and many other organisations has rightly emphasised that these acts have no place in Islam."
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Prince William has received a mini football from UEFA Presient Michel Platini ahead of the Champions League final at Wembley.
Borussia Dortmund play Bayern Munich in the final on Saturday night.
London Mayor Boris Johnson has added his voice to suggestions the Communications Data Bill could be revived following the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.
Singer Sharleen Spitteri performed live on my show.
Listen back to her singing on BBC London 94.9
BBC London 94.9 presenter Nikki Bedi tweets: All fangbangers welcome 10pm @BBCLondon949 for Film Friday. Producer Stephen Woolley's coming in to talk #Byzantium
What today's incident at Heathrow highlights is how one incident can have a massive impact on other passengers.
Both runways were shut for a while but as Heathrow operates at 98% capacity of a 480,000 a year flight cap - that has a massive knock-on effect.
When incidents like this have happened before - although they are very rare - pro-expansion campaigners have claimed it proves why Heathrow should have a third runway.
Campaigners against expansion, use these incidents to say Heathrow is in the wrong place and the airport shouldn't operate at 98% of the cap.
Summer is on its way according to London Zoo.
Keepers have noticed that penguins have been piling on the pounds ready for the annual moult, which takes place every summer.
There are minor delays on Metropolitan Line between Harrow On The Hill and Amersham, and between Harrow On The Hill and Chesham due to customer incident.
On then roads, there is slow traffic on the M25 anticlockwise at J6, A22 (Godstone), because of an earlier broken down vehicle. There is congestion to J7 M23.
And the A10 Great Cambridge Road in Edmonton is closed southbound between the Crawley Road junction and the B154 Church Street junction, because of an accident.
A cloudy day with rain, heavy and persistent at times, with a risk of thunder. It will feel cold for the time of year in the breeze.
Becoming somewhat brighter with showers later. Maximum Temperature of 10C (50F)
Mr Rigby read a poem, a tribute to Lee from a poster on a Facebook page:
"You fought bravely and with honour died,
You leave your family so full of pride,
Sleep well young soldier, your job is done,
Your war is over, your battle won.
Our family chain is broken and nothing is the same,
But as God takes us one by one,
Our chain will link again."
The family's statement contained a message from Drummer Rigby's younger sisters, Courtney, 11 and Amy, 8: "Rest in Peace Lee, we loved you so much, you didn't deserve this, you fought for your country and did it well.
"You will always be our hero we are just upset you left us so early.
"Love you Lee, goodnight."
Mr Rigby said the last text his stepson had sent to his mum read: "Goodnight mum, I hope you had a fantastic day today because you are the most fantastic and one in a million mum that anyone could ever wish for.
"Thank you for supporting me all these years, you're not just my mum you're my best friend.
"So goodnight, love you loads."
Drummer Rigby's stepfather Ian reads a statement on behalf of the family: "What can we say about Lee, our hero, we are so so proud of Lee.
"When Lee was born. the family adored him.
"He was a precious gift given to us."
"I love Lee, I always will, and I'm proud to be his wife."
Rebecca Rigby pays an emotional tribute to her husband Lee who was killed in Woolwich.
The wife of a soldier murdered in Woolwich has said she expected her husband to be safe in the UK.
Rebecca Rigby said her husband, Drummer Lee Rigby, had walked safely down the street where he was attacked many times before.
Musicians and DJs have been delayed travelling to Radio 1's Big Weekend in Londonderry, after an emergency plane landing closed runways at Heathrow.
Pop star Rita Ora is one of the artists along with Calvin Harris and Bruno Mars who are set to play the festival.
Tweets: At #Cityhall waiting with 90 kids who have no idea they are about to meet #WillSmith. #cueBedlam
Regent Street in central London is to close again on Saturday as work needs to take place to repair a collapsed sewer.
Laura Robson, from Wimbledon, will play former world number one Caroline Wozniacki in the first round of the French Open.
The British number one has beaten Venus Williams and Agnieszka Radwanska in recent weeks and will open against the Danish world number 10 in Paris.
Footage has emerged from on board the BA plane which had to return to Heathrow Airport to make an emergency landing after black smoke was seen coming from an engine.
Michael Adebolajo's neighbour, Paul Ramsamy, has claimed the two suspects in the attack had "followed him" on the estate where they live when they saw he was wearing military-style boots and camouflage trousers.
Mr Ramsamy, 46, said "they maybe thought I was a soldier."
BA have cancelled all short haul flights at Heathrow until 1600.
When asked whether it was time to progress with a snoopers' charter (letting police access internet searches), London Mayor Boris Johnson said it was "too early to say" if it would have made a difference in Woolwich.
"Over the past year the police have made powerful representations to me of the usefulness of this ability. I must say their arguments have been pretty compelling," he said.
Coming up on my show from midday, we have Texas lead singer Sharleen Spiteri performing live in the studio.
In their 25th anniversary, the band release their brand new studio album The Conversation.
We'll also chat to installation artists Ewan Forster and Christopher Heighes.
The deputy mayor for policing in London will not face investigation after he was referred to the police watchdog over claims linked to his previous job as a council leader.
Stephen Greenhalgh was referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) in January over the allegations from his time at Hammersmith and Fulham Council.
Heathrow Airport said the temporary closure of the runways will result in a "number of cancelled flights throughout the day" and passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline before travelling to the airport.
Mark Freeman, Heathrow Airport duty manager, said: "Incidents like this are extremely rare but the team trains constantly to ensure we are prepared when they occur."
I'm hearing much praise for the BA pilots. They parked the plane away from the wind so the smoke would blow away from evacuating passengers, at 30 minutes it was a very quick turnaround as they have many tests to run through before landing so very efficient.
Pilots also train for things like this every six months in the simulator.
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The Metropolitan Police has defended the way it responded to reports of the killing in Woolwich, after questions were raised about how long it took officers to reach the scene.
A prayer service for Drummer Lee Rigby, the soldier killed by two assailants in Woolwich, has taken place in Greater Manchester.
The prayer service saw people from the Langley estate gather in All Saints and Martyrs' Burnside Community Centre.
A man has appeared at the Old Bailey charged with the murder of four British solders in the 1982 Hyde Park IRA bomb blast.
John Downey, 61, of County Donegal, Ireland, was arrested at Gatwick Airport on Sunday.
The London Ambulance Service has said three people were treated for minor injuries from the flight, which had taken off from Heathrow for Oslo this morning.
Witness Steve Fryer told BBC News: "I saw the right engine was on fire, flames were coming out of it."
Heathrow Airport tweets: There may be some disruption throughout the day. Please chk the status of your flight w/ your airline.
Following today's incident, passengers on resumed flights at Heathrow were warned to expect delays of up to 60 minutes and extended aircraft taxiing times.
The soldier murdered in Woolwich, has been formally identified as Lee Rigby, 25.
A post-mortem examination has been completed but the cause of death has not been confirmed, the Met has said.
Emergency vehicles surrounded the plane when it landed.
Witness Manjit Gahir said: "I was driving along when I saw that the plane was struggling.
"I stopped and started filming it as I could see it was swaying from side to side."
The Metropolitan Police tweets: Police at #Heathrow assisted in the response to the emergency landing. It is not being treated as a terrorist incident at this time.
Rob Brownell, 33, who works in finance, saw the plane from Imperial Wharf Station in central London and claims flames were clearly visible.
He said: "There was this almighty rumbling overheard - I looked up and saw the plane on fire.
"There were flames coming not just from the engine but lapping the wing."
David Gallagher, who was on the plane, said: "I was sitting on the left-hand side of the plane and looked out of the window and saw the cover of the left engine blow off.
"Passengers on the right hand side said the same thing was happening to the engine on the right.
"The captain said engines were running normally, but then there was another noise and then I saw the left engine in flames. We felt the plane was turning back round to land at Heathrow."
Captain Mark Searle, chairman of the British Airline Pilots' Association (BALPA) said "This was a professional job done by professional people.
"As pilots we spend our whole career training to manage incidents such as this in order to avoid an incident becoming a disaster."
tweets: #Heathrow a 30min incident closing both (now one) runway causes 1 hr + delays for some pax already.
Sky News has footage of the plane with flames coming out as it flies over central London.
James Parkin, who is waiting for a plane in the terminal, said: "I didn't see it come in to land but there was lots of activity in the terminal.
"I saw the emergency services getting people off the plane."
Heathrow Airport says 23 flights have been diverted.
Travellers are urged to contact their airlines to see if their flight has been affected.
David Gallagher tweets: A little surreal - at T5 watching news coverage of the emergency landing I was just on.
Witness John Coghlan talks about the runway's closure.
Jez Stamp, who is on a plane waiting to take off, said: "I could see smoke on the right engine.
"We just saw it come to a halt and fire engines were already there waiting for it and they immediately started hosing the plane down."
John Coghlan told the BBC he saw a "black smoke trail" from the engine of a British Airways Airbus A319.
He said: "[It was a] safe landing and passengers evacuated by chutes on runway." There was "no fire", he added.
Emergency services attended the fire upon landing. The London Fire Brigade said the blaze is now out.
tweets: Problem with #Heathrow flights back up v quickly as it runs at 98% capacity due to 480k annual flight cap
Check to see if your flight has been delayed on Heathrow's departure board.
Statement from BA: The BA762, Heathrow to Oslo service, returned back to Heathrow shortly after take-off due to a technical fault.
The Airbus A319 aircraft was carrying 75 customers.
The aircraft landed safely and emergency slides were deployed and we are currently caring for our customers.
One of the engines on the plane was on fire.
Tweets: Southern runway at Heathrow now reopened but the northern runway is still closed.
There is speculation that the aircraft at Heathrow may have flown into a flock of birds.
London Fire Brigade tweets: One crew from Heathrow fire station is assisting Heathrow Airport's fire service with an aircraft fire. We believe the fire is now out.
Planes had been held at the west London airport following the emergency closure
Jeremy Thompson tweets: runway reopening. Emergency over, about to start taking off again. BA plane in front suffered engine failure on take off.
Both runways have been closed at Heathrow so a plane can make an emergency landing.
On my show on BBC London 94.9, we're going to be discussing snooper's charter.
Home Secretary Theresa May has said she wants to reinstate the measure which allows the police to monitor internet use.
We'll also be discussing whether broadcasters were right to give air-time to man in the Woolwich video?
A BA plane has been evacuated.
Heathrow says all passengers and crew have safely left the aircraft on northern runway.
Heathrow airport has confirmed that both runways have been closed as a result of an incident.
Woolwich residents have reacted in shock to Drummer Lee Rigby's death.
Residents have said they are struggling to come to terms with his death and there are many unanswered questions.
tweets: Floral tributes in Woolwich this morning
Citizens Advice says 10% of the debt problems it deals with in London are related to council tax arrears, the highest number in the country.
Marcel Desailly believes Gareth Bale should leave Tottenham to play for a club that "has a culture of victory".
Desailly, the former France and AC Milan star, told BBC Sport Wales: "He should go, he should just go. Tottenham will not give him the opportunity to play at a very high level."
It is the type of question you might get in a pub quiz - who was the first black footballer to play for England?
BBC London's Marc Ashdown has uncovered the answer - it is Benjamin Odeje, who was a young schoolboy from east London when he was called up by England.
Former senior intelligence officer, Richard Barrett, has said preventing the killing of Drummer Lee Rigby outside Woolwich Barracks would have been "incredibly hard".
The UK's security services face a Commons inquiry after it was confirmed the two men arrested over his murder - Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale - were known to MI5.
In Woolwich, road closures were lifted last night so the South Circular at John Wilson Street, Artillery Place and Wellington Street are all open.
The Chelsea Flower Show continues today with extra traffic at times on the Royal Hospital Road. Shuttle buses run to and from Sloane Square Tube station
Wet and windy at times and unseasonably cold today. High 9C (48F).
Tonight, rain and wind easing. Looking dry, fine and warmer for the bank holiday weekend!
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