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London Bridge has re-opened.
Murder suspect Michael Adebolajo was asked by MI5 to work for them six months ago, a friend claims in a BBC Newsnight interview, before he is arrested on BBC premises.
A north London rock band whose members all have autism are touring Spain.
A "priceless" signature by William Shakespeare is to go on display at an exhibition at the London Metropolitan Archives.
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.
Andros Townsend pulls out of the England Under-21s European Championship squad following FA betting charge.
On the trains there are 15 minute delays on Greater Anglia between Chingford and Liverpool Street due to a broken down train at Walthamstow Central.
South West Trains have 10 minute delays into and out of Waterloo because of a signal failure near Clapham Junction.
A group of north London musicians who have overcome extraordinary obstacles are about to embark on their first international tour.
The members of The AutistiX, as the name suggests, all have autism, but they have not let any of their disabilities get in the way of a tour in Spain and recording their first album.
Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo was being "harassed" by MI5 and had been asked to work for the agency, a childhood friend has told Newsnight.
Abu Nusaybah spoke to the BBC's Richard Watson about his friendship with Adebolajo, who is linked with the killing of 25-year-old Drummer Lee Rigby.
Mr Nusaybah said Adebolajo told him that MI5 agents visited his house around six months ago.
The WWT London Wetland Centre in Richmond upon Thames begins a week of half-term activities today.
Meet their friendly farmyard ducklings, join in duckling crafts and games and meet butterfly experts.
On 25 May 1840 the first drama school in Britain opened.
Miss Kelly's Theatre and Dramatic School in Dean Street, central London, later became a theatre.
London's Regent Street is closed again to traffic from this morning while round-the-clock repairs are made to a collapsed sewer and a leaking water main.
The closure of southbound lanes between Oxford Street and Little Argyll Street comes just two months after the same road reopened following a three-week closure of all lanes to repair a burst main which flooded the carriageway and retail premises half a mile south, at the Glasshouse and Vigo Street junction.
Thames Water has apologised for the disruption the closure will cause.
Wembley plays host to the biggest night in European football from 19:45 as Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich meet for the Champions League Final.
Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp tells BBC Sport why he believes the all-German final at Wembley will be a "special" occasion.
One lane is closed on the A5 Edgware Road northbound in Marylebone at the A501 Chapel Street junction, because of water main work.
The Tube is currently running smoothly except for minor delays on the Hammersmith & City line between Liverpool Street and Barking due to a faulty train. There are a few part closures due to engineering works.
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BBC Weather's Georgina Burnett says most places should stay dry although there will be the odd shower around.
Otherwise, variable cloud with bright or sunny spells and lighter winds. Feeling warmer with highs of 17C (62F).
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M25 Hertfordshire - Two lanes closed and queueing traffic on M25 anticlockwise at J17, A412 (Maple Cross), because of an overturned caravan. Travel time is around 30 minutes. Congestion to J20, A41 (Kings Langley).
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