22 July 2014
The Tour has moved on but what is the legacy of the English stages of the Tour De France 2014 and, in these austere times, who paid for it and how?
A man is jailed for splashing a noxious fluid over six strangers in a "vile and violent" attack outside a nightclub.
A man is arrested on suspicion of murder after a 24-year-old man was stabbed to death in south London.
QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin faces six to nine months out after a third cruciate ligament injury.
Fay said: "Give the homeless homes, a job plus counselling to raise their self-esteem or rehab if an addict, we have a duty to our society who are in dire straits, Britain is a rich country, for heaven's sake!"
Londoners in deprived areas are more likely to face a difficult commute around the capital making it harder for them to access jobs, a report from the London Assembly's Labour Group has found.
It concluded there was "transport inequality", with a lack of easy accessibility for those in poorer areas. They are calling for the mayor to make changes to his transport strategy.
The lead story at 11:00: Police and immigration officials have carried out an early morning crackdown on begging and rough sleeping at known hotspots like Bond Street and Marble Arch.
Neil Warnock claims he first considered a return to Crystal Palace before Tony Pulis' appointment in 2013 and is not concerned about not being first choice after signing a two-year deal to succeed Pulis.
He said: "Before Tony came there was a possibility that he wasn't going to and we talked then. [Chairman and co-owner] Steve Parish has always known that I am available."
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Over the past four weeks he has completed swims in the Mediterranean, Adriatic, Aegean, Black, Red, Arabian and North Sea. He is due to start at Gravesend today, finishing at the Thames Barrier later this morning.
BBC London 94.9 sports reporter Phil Parry tweets: #qpr Redknapp confirms he has a two year extension contract waiting to be signed... Might sign it today or tomorrow.
Crystal Palace have re-signed winger Wilfried Zaha from Manchester United on a season-long loan.
The 21-year-old signed for United from Palace in January 2013 in a £15m deal, then finished the season on loan at his old club, helping them win promotion.
Police officers in Enfield have donated £122 to a 94-year-old man after his holiday savings were stolen, the Enfield Independent reports.
A man with Down's syndrome faces deportation to Lebanon after his application to stay in the UK was refused by the Home Office, reports Your Local Guardian.
Wadih Chourey, 44, from East Twickenham, came to the UK from Lebanon in 1997 and his parents, who lived in Beirut, died in 2010.
He was originally brought to the UK after being mentally and physically abused outside his parents' home.
BBC London 94.9's Richard Main tweets: Home office immigration teams work alongside the police to process the 25+ Roma found sleeping rough at Marble Arch
Penny Smith sits in for Vanessa on the morning Scotland Yard launches an operation to disrupt rough sleepers at Marble Arch. She's asking what can be done to reduce the number of homeless people on the streets of the capital?
You can listen live on BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
Mauricio Pochettino's winning start as Tottenham manager continued as they thrashed AEL Limassol to clinch their place in the Europa League group stage.
Leading 2-1 from the first leg, a much-changed Spurs side were always in control as Pochettino earned his fourth win since replacing Tim Sherwood.
On the Overground, there's no service between Surrey Quays and New Cross due to planned improvements, while there are severe delays from Willesden Junction to Richmond. There's a good service on other routes.
On the District Line, there is no service from Ealing Broadway to Acton Town eastbound due to a signal failure at Ealing Common. There is a good service on the rest of the line.
It will be rather cool and breezy but mainly dry, with lengthy sunny periods during the morning.
However, isolated showers are possible at times during the afternoon. Cloudier conditions will push in from the west, with an increasing chance of a little light rain at times. Highs of 20C (68F).
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