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Governors at a school accused of inappropriate use of public money are urged to "take action" by Westminster Council.
Demonstrators march through London in protest at changes to the NHS.
Seamers Harry Gurney and Paul Franks take three wickets each as Notts beat Surrey by 114 runs at Trent Bridge.
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Join me at 18:50 on BBC One to hear more about Westminster Council demanding that school governors in Swiss Cottage take action over financial irregularities.
We're also on the River Thames to find out how the Environment Agency has started a new patrol to stamp out anti-social behaviour.
Demonstrators have marched from the South Bank to Whitehall in protest at changes to the NHS in London.
Professor Simon Shorvon, a neurologist, attacked a decision to close four west London A&E departments.
He said: "It will leave a huge swathe of residents far from a local casualty."
The cloud was very stubborn to break up today so it stayed feeling a bit chilly. However the cloud overnight will help to keep the temperature up to about 10C (50F) in London - a little lower out of town.
Tomorrow we have a better chance of seeing some longer sunny spells. In those we may well hit 19C (66F).
The child who died in a pool while on holiday in Egypt has been named as Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill.
Her grandmother, April Johnson, told Sky News her granddaughter was "a lovely, lovely girl" who was "intelligent for her age".
Staff paused for lunch during preparations for the opening of the Chelsea Flower Show in London earlier.
The event opens for its 100th year on Monday.
London Broncos have experienced their heaviest defeat to Wigan as they were beaten 6-64.
BBC London 94.9's sport reporter Ian Ramsdale said the Broncos were "lacklustre, sloppy and error-strewn" while the Warriors were "sharp, alert and efficient".
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Brentford boss Uwe Rosler hopes to keep his young side together by winning promotion to the Championship.
The Bees face Yeovil in the League One play-off final at Wembley on Sunday.
This year the Tube is celebrating its 150th anniversary.
Watch BBC Two's The Tube: An Underground History on the iPlayer to find out how it was built and how it has shaped London.
Firefighters are urging people to think twice before ringing 999 after they were called to help a dog stuck in tree.
A prisoner who was missing for two months has been charged with 13 offences including indecent exposure and causing grievous bodily harm.
Ivan Leach, 47, from Preston, was arrested in Camden.
Protesters have gathered in central London to protest against changes to the NHS.
A child who died in a pool at a hotel in Egypt has been named as five-year-old Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill, south London.
BBC News correspondent James Pearce said the waterpark only opened at the start of May.
Westminster council has urged governors at a school accused of inappropriate use of public money to "take action" as quickly as possible.
A Department for Education report criticised Quintin Kynaston Community Academy head teacher Jo Shuter over use of school funds.
Ms Shuter has been reinstated following a suspension but is yet to return to the school, the BBC understands.
TfL Traffic News tweets: NHS march: Whitehall is closed s/b at Trafalgar Sq, traffic is currently flowing well on Trafalgar Sq.
A five-year-old girl who died in a pool at a hotel in Egypt has been named by her family in south London.
Chloe Johnson, from Forest Hill, died in a water park at the Coral Sea Waterworld Hotel in the resort of Sharm-el-Sheikh.
A spokeswoman for First Choice holidays said the company would carry out a "full and thorough investigation" but its priority was to support the family.
Former England manager Kevin Keegan backs Crystal Palace for Play-Off glory, reports the Croydon Guardian.
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A British child who died in a pool at a hotel in Egypt has been named as five-year-old Chloe Johnson from Forest Hill, south London.
Jos Bell, who is one of the organisers of the NHS march, told BBC London 94.9 it was their way of showing their "collective dismay" about the proposals.
The government wants to downgrade A&E units across London and replace them with 24/7 urgent care centres.
Police are hunting a man with scruffy, dark hair after three sexual assaults on buses in south-west London.
The man targeted women twice in Kingston and once in Twickenham, each time in the afternoon.
Listen to live cricket commentary as Middlesex take on Somerset.
More on the upcoming inquest of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko.
The coroner ruled the inquest could not take evidence on possible Russian state involvement, citing national security.
Mr Litvinenko's wife, Maria, has accused him of deciding "to abandon his search for the truth".
Writer Caitlin Moran popped into the studio earlier to have a chat with Robert Elms on BBC London 94.9.
Protesters are gathering in central London to express their anger about changes to the NHS, BBC London 94.9 reports.
Unite is joining forces with other trades unions, protest groups and medical staff to march to Whitehall, where they'll hand a letter in to the prime minister.
International Day Against Homophobia was marked by Haringey Borough Council by flying a rainbow flag outside the civic centre, reports Haringey Independent.
Twenty-six people have been arrested in Soho as part of the Met's crackdown on drugs and associated street crime in the area, the force says.
A Chelsea Flower Show display which will highlight Stoke-on-Trent's ceramic heritage is to be sold off.
Totally Richmond blogs about Crossrail 2 plans for a direct line from Twickenham to Tottenham Court Road.
How does the British Museum look after more than seven million objects?
Read my feature about the popular museum to find out.
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Wimbledon Guardian reports that two people have escaped a fire at a home in Pollards Hill.
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In Rugby League, the Broncos have drawn the only non-Super League team left in the Tetley's Challenge Cup - the Sheffield Eagles.
The quarter-finals will be played between 12-15 July.
TfL Traffic News tweets: Avoid driving in C.London today btwn 12-6pm due to 2 Demo's: Waterloo Br n/b, Strand w/b, Whitehall s/b will be closed as well as…Park Ln,Piccadilly e/b, Regent St, North Carriage Dr & Waterloo Place. The roads will reopen as soon as practically possible.
A former London head teacher of the year spent almost £7,000 of school money on her 50th birthday party, a report has found.
Heidi Alexander, Labour MP for Lewisham East, tweets: Street surgery in Catford today. Will have finally covered whole constituency. 42,000 households given opportunity to see me since May 2010.
The widow of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko has called for the upcoming inquest into his death to be abandoned and replaced with a public inquiry.
Mr Litvinenko, 43, died after he was poisoned with polonium-210 while drinking tea at a London meeting in 2006.
His wife Marina says a public inquiry was the only way to find the truth about the death of her husband.
BBC London Travel tweets: off to Heathrow? Piccadilly Line works mean there's no direct tube from C. London. Take Central Line to Ealing Broadway for replacement bus.
Today's forecast is rather cloudy but with some bright spells and most places will be dry, although an odd light shower is possible here and there. Light winds.
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