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London Bridge has re-opened.
Three men are arrested in south-east London in connection with the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby near Woolwich barracks on Wednesday.
A 55-year-old man is killed in an attack at a betting shop next door to a police station in south London.
Middlesex batsman Joe Denly hits a stubborn half century to frustrate a rampant Durham bowling attack and secure a draw.
That's all from BBC Local Live for today. Andy Dangerfield will be in the hot seat tomorrow from 08:00 with more news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London. Have a good evening.
Hundreds of north London residents have marched against plans to close their local fire station, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has said.
London Fire Brigade plans to close 12 fire stations, remove 18 fire engines and make 500 job cuts.
The FBU said "lives will be put at risk" as a result of the changes.
But London Fire Brigade said it would "maintain response times" and "a public consultation meeting will be held in Camden next week."
A bright or sunny end to the day is expected, then staying dry overnight with some clear intervals.
Later in the night, temperatures will be chillier in more rural parts and a light breeze will be virtually calm at times. Minimum Temperature: 6C (43F).
Travis performed live for BBC London 94.9's Jo Good when they joined her in the studio on Friday.
Campaigners are calling on the government to make compulsory work placement schemes voluntary.
A Freedom of Information request by a London Assembly member reveals that over the last 12 months 2,000 people had their benefits docked for failing to attend their work placements.
BBC London reporter Nicola Ford spoke to Anne-Marie O'Reilly, of campaign group Boycott Workfare, Green Party London Assembly member Jenny Jones and Robert Oxley from the Taxpayer's Alliance.
Borussia Dortmund fans have been soaking up the sunshine in Trafalgar Square ahead of tonight's Champions League clash with Bayern Munich at Wembley.
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Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has praised his officers for their "courage" and "dedication" following the Woolwich attacks.
He said: "Every day in London, armed officers patrol in the knowledge that they may have to face highly dangerous situations in which they will be required to make split-second decisions that have life-changing consequences.
"The horrific event of last Wednesday in Woolwich was such an occasion.
"Many people will have seen the footage of the incident that is now in the public domain. Whilst there is still an ongoing independent investigation into the exact circumstances on that day, what the public footage clearly demonstrates is the courage and dedication that we require from our officers in very dangerous incidents."
BBC Sport tweets: QPR's Tony Fernandes tells @JennieGow that nothing is guaranteed about Harry Redknapp's future but he hoped he'd be there next year.
Prof David Maguire said Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo had studied at the University of Greenwich between 2003 and 2005 but had not completed his studies because of "unsatisfactory academic progress".
He said: "Given the seriousness of issues raised, the university is setting up an investigation into the association of these two individuals with the university, to assess whether there is any evidence of extremism in the university (past or present) and whether we need to update our policies and practices."
BBC Home Editor Mark Easton has posted a blog about the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and one particular exhibit which may aptly reflect our country in horticultural form.
He writes: "Among the exuberant and heady nostalgia of the 100th anniversary Chelsea Flower Show is an exhibit which touches a visceral British anxiety."
The University of Greenwich, where Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo studied, has issued a statement expressing its shock and sympathy.
Professor David Maguire, Vice-Chancellor, said: The university is deeply shocked by the events at the barracks in Woolwich. We extend our sympathies to the victim's family, friends and army colleagues.
"The university takes its responsibilities very seriously in terms of preventing extremism. We are committed to ensuring that the university is a safe and secure place of study and debate within the confines of the law."
Why not get your bike in working order for tomorrow's Last Sunday of the Month Cycle Ride run by Bromley Cyclists?
The event is suitable for all abilities and starts at 10:00 at Norman Park, Hook Farm Road, Bromley until midday.
Your bicycle should be serviceable. In particular please ensure that your brakes function and tyres are pumped up. Bring a spare inner tube.
During Friday Prayers at Woolwich mosque, there was strong condemnation of Wednesday's attack. Worshippers were asked to say prayers for the soldier's family.
BBC London reporter Asad Ahmad was given exclusive permission to film the service on his phone.
A Leicester Tigers fan has paddled 110 miles (177km) in a tin bath to watch the team play Northampton Saints in the Premiership final at Twickenham.
Rob Knapp, from Syston, Leicestershire, spent a week travelling from Rugby to London in the modified Victorian bath.
He joined dozens of other Tigers fans to raise money for the Matt Hampson Foundation.
On the BBC London 94.9 Sports Show until 19:00 we bring you reports and updates from the second test match between England and New Zealand.
There will also be all the latest scores from the final day of the County Championship game between Durham and Middlesex.
Also, we're previewing tonight's Champions League final at Wembley from the Champions League Festival at the Olympic Park.
We will have news from the PGA Golf Championship at Wentworth plus World Championship Boxing super middleweight clash at the O2 arena between Carl Froch and Mikkel Kessler.
TfL Travel Alerts tweets: Emirates Stadium will host the @Muse concert tonight (5pm). Stations near the stadium will be busy so please take care when travelling.
Police have issued an appeal to help trace 15-year-old Melissa Attard, of Bexley, who has been missing since 1 May.
Melissa left her home address in Belvedere at 20:00 on Wednesday 1 May and was seen in Hackney on Monday 20 May.
She is described as white, 5' 4", and has brown eyes and long dark brown hair often worn in a bun. She was wearing a short black leather jacket and black trousers.
Please call the Missing Person Unit Bexley 020 8284 9111.
A "priceless" signature by William Shakespeare dating back about 400 years will go on display at an exhibition at the London Metropolitan Archives (LMA) next week.
The bard's name is penned on the deed for a £140 property in Blackfriars. The autograph is one of only six known signatures by the famed writer.
The property, which was believed to have been located next to the Blackfriars Theatre, was destroyed in the 1666 Great Fire of London.
The M25 is now closed clockwise from J28 at the A12 to J29 because a serious accident. Four vehicles are involved, all emergency services are on the scene.
Anticlockwise is very slow past the scene.
It is still very busy elsewhere on the M25 with the worst queues anticlockwise from J22 St Albans all the way round to J11 Chertsey - 35 miles of queues.
There are seven miles of queues on the A406 southbound from Staples Corner to Chiswick.
McFly have announced they will play two special shows at London's Royal Albert Hall this September to celebrate their 10th anniversary.
The band will perform their biggest hits and be joined by some special guests.
The shows, on 19 and 20 September, follow their sold-out Best Of McFly tour.
Royal London Society for the Blind (RLSB) and Blind Independence Greenwich (BIG) join forces today for the annual free BIG Fair, to showcase adaptive technology innovations for the blind and partially sighted people.
As well as a raffle, refreshments and games for the whole family, a number of accessible technology demonstrations will be taking place. Go along to St Alfege Church Hall, in Greenwich Church Street SE10 9BJ until 15:00.
Texas frontwoman Sharleen Spiteri performed live on the Robert Elms Show on Friday and talked about what the band has been up to and their new album The Conversation.
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A Twickenham pupil has been named the Chelsea FC Asian U10 Football Star of the year, reports Your Local Guardian newspaper.
Radnor House student and huge Chelsea fan Marco Randhawa was "over the moon" when he was presented with his award and Chelsea Asian Star shirt.
Fiyaz Mughal, a director of the Tell Mama project which records Islamophobic crimes and incidents, told the Today programme the number of cases has risen from between four and six per day to 162 incidents in the past 48 hours, in the wake of the Woolwich attacks.
Earlier this week BBC London broadcast Living with Poverty: Mind the Gap.
Only a dozen Tube stops separate Mayfair and West Ham, but there is a 21-year drop in life expectancy between these two neighbourhoods.
Mind the Gap takes a journey across the London Underground to examine what life is like at these two extremes through the lives of the local people.
An overturned caravan has been moved and all lanes are open on the M25 but it's really busy, says BBC Travel's Rob Oxley.
The A406 is slow from Ilford to Barking but the flyover has now re-opened.
There are M25 clockwise delays from J30 to the QE2 Bridge, then from J4 Orpington to the M23, and from J9 Leatherhead to the M3.
There are M25 anticlockwise delays at J25 Enfield to J24; then from J22 St Albans round to J15 M4.
The British Transport Police (@btp_uk) are getting in the Champions League spirit by tweeting: Willkommen in London, @FCBayern and @BVB fans. If you're going to #Wembley by train, please keep your valuables and tickets safe. #UCLFinal
A preliminary report into what the intelligence services knew about the two suspects in the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby will be handed over to an inquiry next week.
Michael Adebolajo and Michael Oluwatobi Adebowale remain in hospital after being shot by police following the brutal killing of the young father near Woolwich barracks in south-east London on Wednesday.
Prime Minister David Cameron announced the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC), chaired by Sir Malcolm Rifkind, would investigate, following the disclosure the two men were known to MI5.
Tottenham MP David Lammy has written in the Guardian about Wednesday's shocking killing of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
He says tighter security won't save us from more Woolwich-style attacks, but helping to protect those most at risk might.
London has been celebrating 100 years of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show this week and Gill Price from Llanidloes emailed us with this lovely recollection: "For a number of years my late husband David and I met a lovely lady with a Zimmer frame usually in the grand pavilion at Chelsea.
"She had a bulb horn fitted on the frame. She hooted her way round the show. We missed her about 1987.
"Her comment: "It's wonderful my dears as well for getting round Harrods food hall." Each year I remember her with pleasure."
On the M25 two lanes are closed anticlockwise at J17 Maple Cross because of an overturned caravan. Queues are from J19 Watford.
The A406 is closed southbound at the Barking Flyover because of "damaged road surface." Traffic is being diverted via the roundabout and is very slow on the approach on camera.
Schoolchildren gathered for an event at London's City Hall were surprised when Hollywood star Will Smith and his son Jaden walked in to speak to them.
The children were at the venue for the mayor's Leadership Clubs programme, which offer extra-curricular activities for 10 to 14-year-olds.
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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A112 London - A112 West Ham Lane in West Ham closed in both directions at the B165 Densham Road junction, because of an accident. Diversion in operation - For buses: 69, 104, 238, 241, 262, 276 and 473 via Portway and Vicarage Lane.
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