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Residents in three London boroughs overwhelmingly say they are against Heathrow Airport expanding, according to council surveys.
More than half the foreign tourists to visit the UK in 2012 went to London, new figures from VisitBritain show.
Brighton apologise to Crystal Palace after a pre-match "unsavoury incident" in the Eagles' dressing room.
Five people fled their south London homes earlier after the dry cleaning shop downstairs caught fire, the Croydon Advertiser reports.
The blaze happened at King's Dry Cleaners on the High Street, South Norwood, at about 07:00.
Barnet FC tweets: Barnet Football Club are delighted to announce that Edgar Davids will continue as the club's head coach. #BarnetFC
BBC London Presenter Asad Ahmad is rehearsing ahead of the TV bulletin.
Meanwhile the TV production team is preparing for broadcast.
Join Asad from 13:30 on BBC One.
After leaving Dr Who last year, of the many paths Arthur Darvill's career could have taken, starring in a hit musical on Broadway was surely one of the least likely.
But, perhaps equally unpredictably, the actor is also writing music for a play at Shakespeare's Globe in London.
Join me at 13:30 on BBC One when we'll find out why Basildon Hospital is facing fresh criticism about a death at the hospital.
This time it was a disabled woman who died after being admitted for pneumonia. Also, could the "Special One" (as he called himself) be bringing back his magic to Stamford Bridge?
We look at the chances of Jose Mourinho moving back to west London.
Today we're talking about music venues. What's your favourite venue? Your current favourite? The best club venue in London? And any unusual places that you've seen bands or gigs? For example, there's a gig tomorrow at St Pancras Old Church - a different sort of music venue.
Plus our special guest, the legendary photographer Terry O'Neill who over his 53-year-long career has photographed rock stars, presidents, royals and film stars.
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BBC London Transport Correspondent Tom Edwards tweets: Awaiting mayor & councils for consultation results.
Options for a new River Thames road crossing include a scheme that would pass through "environmentally sensitive areas" and could cost up to £5bn, the government has revealed.
This scheme - one of three options now out for public consultation - could see the building of a new road linking the M25 north of the Thames in Essex with the M2 south of the river in Kent.
It will brighten up this afternoon but we could still see the odd shower by the evening. Temperatures will be in the high teens.
An illegal immigrant has been jailed for 20 years for killing a retired businessman during a burglary.
Ted Syrad, 64, was tied up and beaten up by Gezim Delijah to reveal where the keys to his safe were kept.
Delijah, 40, an Albanian national from Walthamstow, east London, was found guilty at the Old Bailey of manslaughter and robbery.
Network Rail has just re-opened the line at Woolwich, in south-east London. Southeastern passengers can expect delays, cancellations and changes as services return to normal.
Shooting is taking place in west London for the British film, Amar, Akbar & Tony. The movie's title pays homage to 1970s' Bollywood classic of a similar name but is all about multicultural Britain.
Locations include St Michael's and All Angels Church in Turnham Green as well as the streets of Southall.
You can hear more on the BBC Asian Network Reports tomorrow.
More than half of the UK's foreign tourists visited London in 2012, figures show.
The capital had 15 million visitors but despite hosting the Olympics and Jubilee, this was only up 1% on 2011.
The National Theatre has announced the final line-up for this year's Connections Festival, its annual celebration of new plays for young performers, which will run from 3-8 July.
Ten school and youth theatre companies have been invited to bring their productions to the National's Olivier Theatre and new venue, The Shed.
There is no service on Southeastern trains between Slade Green and Charlton, in south-east London, after someone was hit by a train. Trains are being diverted.
The landscape of the Thames Estuary has long been an inspiration for artists and writers.
Now it is the subject of a new exhibition at the Museum of London Docklands.
Brighton have formally apologised to Crystal Palace following an "unsavoury incident" in the away dressing room ahead of last week's Championship play-off semi-final at the Amex Stadium.
Excrement was found on the floor of the Palace dressing room ahead of the second leg, which the visitors won 2-0.
Fifty million-year-old London clay extracted during the building of the new Crossrail rail tunnels has been used to make 21st Century art with a touch of the prehistoric.
This stunning Bird Nest, created by east London sculptor Frank Harris, is exhibiting at the Slade Shows 2013, this week at the University College London.
The boss of security giant G4S is to stand down - just months after he came under fire for his company's botched handling of its Olympics Games contract.
Chief executive Nick Buckles was paid a total of £1.2m in 2012.
Claire from Teddington has texted my show: "I have 2 girls now aged 8 and 6. I never had them in the bed as I had been warned of the risks. I used to get up sit in a nursing chair feed them then put them back in their cots. Ladies save all your bonding and cuddling for the daytime and not in the comfort of your own bed at night."
New research says around 120 baby deaths could be prevented in the UK every year if parents stopped sharing beds with their children.
More than 6,000 girls in London are at risk of female genital mutilation, with most victims coming from Somali communities.
One victim tells BBC London's Sonja Jessup how painful the tradition is while Juliet Albert from African Well Woman's Clinic says more needs to be done to prevent the abuse.
Richmond Met Police Service tweets: #Sheppertonswansanctuary #RichmondSTT the lucky swan rescued from Kingston Bridge.
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A Met policeman has been found guilty of making indecent images of children.
PC Adam Holbrook, 29, based at Waltham Forest, east London, had denied making 16 images of children in erotic poses.
Some of London's most recognisable street signs, including those which have stood in Downing Street and Abbey Road, are to be auctioned off today.
New research says around 120 baby deaths could be prevented in the UK every year if parents stopped sharing beds with their children. Did you let your baby share your bed?
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In Woodford, the A406 North Circular Westbound is down to two lanes from five at Waterworks Corner for clean up of a spill, with queues back to the Barking and East Ham turn off. As a result, the M11 is queuing southbound from J6 M25 to J4 North Circular at Charlie Brown's Roundabout.
In Barking - the A13 has two lanes shut Eastbound from Ripple Road to Renwick Road for the clean up of some concrete - Traffic is now queuing on the approach back through Barking towards Dagenham.
South Norwood High Street is closed between South Norwood Hill and Station Road because of a fire in a building.
Another predominantly cloudy day, with one or two spots of light rain or drizzle. A little brighter later but a risk of showers mainly to the north of London. Still feeling relatively warm with a max of 17C (63F).
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