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Barclays will not renew its sponsorship of the cycle hire scheme in London after the deal ends in 2015.
Students say they never took courses that an east London college's records show they achieved passes in, thus netting substantial funding from the government.
Charles Saatchi's finance director tells a court he did not scrutinise bills for credit cards used by Nigella Lawson's assistants because it was "not my job".
A British man who spent years fighting extradition to the United States has pleaded guilty to terrorism charges.
Mark Warburton is appointed manager of League One side Brentford following Uwe Rosler's departure to Wigan.
Andy Dangerfield will bring you the latest news, travel, sport and weather information for London tomorrow from 08:00. Until then email with us your news. Have a good evening.
This evening skies will clear and frost and fog will form. By dawn some of the fog is likely to be dense and freezing. Minimum temperature 1C (30F).
Tower Bridge is still closed following an earlier incident. There are delays on Southwark Bridge, London Bridge, Rotherhithe and the Blackwall Tunnel as a result.
Join me at 18:30 when we hear more on the claims about Newham College receiving large sums of money from the government by awarding qualifications to students who say they never took the courses. Bradley Wiggins becomes a Knight of the Realm and find out how to go to the theatre in the West End on a budget.
Lieutenant-General Kuldeep Singh Brar who was stabbed in revenge for a 1984 military offensive has spoken to BBC London following his attackers' sentencing.
He said: "I think they have got what they deserved. It was a heinous crime committed by them, it was premeditated, it was planned."
Recalling the "terrible" ordeal he said he and his wife were "walking happily" when suddenly "hurly burly-looking Sikhs" pounced on them.
Babar Ahmad, the British man from Tooting who spent eight years fighting extradition, pleads guilty in the US to supporting terrorism.
Prosecutor Jane Carpenter has read out an email sent by the Grillo sisters to Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi in October 2012.
In it they say: "There is not a worst feeling thinking we have in any way let down our family and we are deeply sorry and full of regret."
A financial adviser has been jailed for life with a minimum of 24 years for violently murdering his wealthy client, Roberto Troyan, after conning him out of £343,000.
David Jeffs, 36, murdered the 63-year-old in March during a visit to his Mayfair apartment.
BBC London's Christmas travel guide is now available to download with details of Tube, train and congestion charge suspensions, courtesy of our travel elf Paul Murphy-Kasp.
Students 'passed' A-Level equivalent exams attending less than 10% of classes. Experts say this is near-impossible.
The former royal editor of the News of the World was in possession of telephone directories for the royal household that he should not have had, a Buckingham Palace employee told the phone-hacking trial at the Old Bailey today.
Clive Goodman had an internal directory and a so-called "green book" containing numbers of members of the Royal Family when his home was searched in August 2006, the court was told.
Watch Sir Bradley Wiggins being knighted.
A BBC London investigation has found Newham College has received large sums from the government by awarding qualifications to students who say they never took the courses.
Lecturers said students who who did not show up for classes were "suddenly achieving [qualifications] on their programme".
Staines Town manager Marcus Gayle, a former striker for Wimbledon when they were in the top flight, says match-fixers recently approached one of his players.
He told BBC London: "I was disgusted that it is still around in the game.
"In previous years, you hear of little conversations but you don't believe they are actually true."
On the Tube strike being averted, Aslef spokesman Finn Brennan said: "It's only fair people who are expected to spend time away from their families at Christmas should be rewarded for it."
Charles Saatchi's finance director, Rahul Gajjar, did not scrutinise the credit cards used by his and Nigella Lawson's personal assistants, Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, because it was not his job to get involved in the household expenditure, a court has heard.
Rahul Gajjar, said it was not his job to comment on "how much dry cleaning" or "how much potatoes" the house was purchasing". The sisters deny fraud.
On the announcement that a Boxing Day Tube strike has been avoided thanks to a £350 bonus for drivers, Conservative London Assembly Member Richard Tracey says "Since when has a £46K starting salary and 43 days of holiday a year not been enough for Tube drivers?"
He said TfL shouldn't have to pay a "bung" using the taxes and fares of the public.
Three men have been arrested after law firm worker Christopher Foster was stabbed to death in a suspected case of mistaken identity outside a pub in Borough High Street on 29 November.
The Metropolitan Police said three men aged 25, 29 and 33 were in custody.
BBC London's transport correspondent Tom Edwards tweets: Cycling commissioner distances himself from old Mayoral schemes: Some of cycle superhighways "not on suitable roads"&"were done too quickly"
Sir Bradley Wiggins has been knighted in a ceremony at Buckingham Palace.
The 33-year-old was honoured for services to cycling in a career that has included seven Olympic medals and becoming the first Briton to win the Tour de France.
Sentencing the four attackers the judge said: "This was a group attack by young men on a 78-year-old man."
The victim "resolutely fought back" and prevented an even more serious harm. Commenting on the role of Kaur the judge said she enabled the "ambush" to take place "swiftly and effectively".
A group of protesters demonstrated outside Southwark Crown Court calling for the retired military officer to be indicted as a war criminal for his part in the operation at the Golden Temple.
The group, about a 100-strong at its height, said they do not condone the actions of the attackers but they were protesting against Lt Gen Brar.
Andrew Wilson tweets: If you missed the #fog this morning it was truly awesome in #richmondpark.
This morning's mist may persist for a time in one or two places. It'll be generally cloudy, but with some sunny spells at times. Winds will be light with temperatures close to the seasonal average. Maximum Temperature: 10 C (50F)
Variable cloud amounts overnight with fog patches forming in the Lea Valley later in the night. Frost is likely as skies clear. -1C (30F).
On BBC London News at 13:30, Tom Edwards reports on big changes to London's Cycle Superhighway and Helen Drew has news about discounted tickets being offered for some West End shows this winter.
Dawn raids in Lambeth, south London, have resulted in 17 people being arrested for offences including conspiracy to supply Class A drugs, robbery and immigration offences, according to the Met.
Four hundred officers took part in the operation aimed at gangs.
The Ham and High reports Monty Python star Terry Gilliam is joining campaigners trying to save a historic house from demolition.
Four people have been jailed at Southwark Crown Court for slashing a retired Indian general's throat in a revenge attack.
Mandeep Singh Sandhu and Dilbag Singh were jailed for 14 years, Harjit Kaur for 11 years and Barjinder Singh Sangha, who pleaded guilty, 10 years and six months.
Thames Water tweets: We're sorry to customers in E2, 4, 5 and 8 who may have no water or low pressure. Supplies should be restored within the hour.
There will be no Tube strike on Boxing Day after transport chiefs agreed a £350 bonus for drivers.
London Underground said the agreement was self-financing because of changes agreed with unions to drivers' work and conditions.
Singer Natalie Williams performing at Ronnie Scott's jazz club tonight is among Robert Elms's guests on BBC London 94.9 from 12:00.
She'll be singing live.
A London trauma surgeon who has operated on cyclists injured on the road in front of his hospital says he does not think Cycle Superhighway 2 on Whitechapel Road is "fit for purpose". He adds: "We've had deaths of members of staff of this hospital going to and from work."
Stansted Airport arrivals can now operate but all flights are delayed because of poor visibility, says Louise Pepper.
London City Airport says visibility has improved and flights will be returning back to normal with some delays.
The Woolwich ferry is back to a two-boat service, says TfL.
Another man has been arrested with murder by police investigating the fatal stabbing of Joshua Folkes, 17. He is 18 and remains at a north London police station.
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Tom Edwards is at the Transport Committee meeting at City Hall.
He reports cycling commissioner Andrew Gilligan is saying he thinks some of the problems of the existing Cycle Superhighways were caused by them being put in place too quickly. You can watch it live online.
McBusted have been named as the headliners for British Summer Time 2014 in Hyde Park.
QPR have signed the former West Ham and Chelsea midfielder Yossi Benayoun until the end of the season following a short trial at Loftus Road.
Changes are needed to improve the treatment of laboratory animals at Imperial College London following allegations of animal suffering by anti-vivisectionists who undertook an undercover investigation .
The investigation identified a lack of "adequate operational, leadership, management, training, supervisory and ethical review systems" at Imperial, where more than 1,000 people are involved in animal research.
Heathrow, Stansted and City airports have severe delays because of low visibility caused by fog. Passengers are advised to check their flight status with their airline.
tweets: Petition of 35k cyclists handed in at City Hall - they want mayoral plans accelerated.
Brentford have announced Mark Warburton as their new manager following Uwe Rosler's move to Wigan over the weekend.
The "most famous image" of Jane Austen, which is set to feature on the new £10 note from 2017, will be sold at Sotheby's later.
The watercolour commissioned by the novelist's nephew in 1869 is listed for £150,000-£200,000.
Discounted tickets to some of the West End's biggest shows go on sale this morning, to try and fill seats during the quiet winter months.
More than 50 plays, musicals and dance productions are included in the annual Get Into London Theatre campaign, with prices starting at £10.
It is claimed 86 working Londoners are signing up to housing benefit every day, a number that's more than doubled in four years because of the rising cost of renting.
The National Housing Federation says the average monthly rent in the capital will reach £2,700 a month in the next decade.
More immigrants should be allowed into the UK because Britons do not want to take up jobs at a pizza delivery company, according to the chief executive of Domino's Pizza. Listen to the Vanessa show on BBC London 94.9 from 09:00.
Singer Tulisa Contostavlos has been charged "with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs". Her lawyer said she would plead not guilty.
The Metropolitan Police also charged Michael Coombs with the supply of class A drugs. The 35-year-old, known as rapper Mike GLC, was arrested with Ms Contostavlos on 4 June.
London Tramlink is suspended between Wimbledon and Therapia Lane due to an overhead power cable problem and the Woolwich Ferry is suspended due to fog.
On the M25 two lanes are blocked clockwise in the roadworks area at J5 Sevenoaks due to a broken down lorry, which is causing queues from J4 Orpington.
There will be some dense mist and fog patches around for some this morning, reducing visibility considerably. Once it lifts they'll be a bit of cloud around but maybe some bright and sunny spells later. Highs 10C (50F).
Overnight the cloud will break and allow the temperature to drop meaning there may be frost in some areas. Lows -1C (30F).
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