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TV cook Nigella Lawson tells a court she is "not proud" of having used drugs, on the second day of her evidence at the trial of her personal assistants.
Arsene Wenger said Nicklas Bendtner can help Arsenal's title challenge after the Dane scored in a 2-0 win over Hull.
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A new production of Jules Verne's Around The World in Eighty Days is to open at London's O2 Arena next summer.
The show will be set within its own purpose-built pavilion, featuring a 360 degree dome the size of 10 Imax screens.
On the tube there is no Central Line between White City and Ealing Broadway, or between White City and West Ruislip due to an obstruction on the line at East Acton. And the poor weather has led to problems for trains leaving Kings Cross for the north of England.
On Drive with Eddie Nestor: We speak to Christian care worker, Celestina Mba, who claims she was forced to leave job after refusing to work Sundays and has lost her latest legal battle and Dan Plant from Money Saving Expert will be in to answer your questions on the Autumn Statement.
You can listen live on BBC London 94.9 from 5pm and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
Dismissing allegations she was a regular cocaine user Nigella Lawson told Isleworth Crown Court Court: "I promise you regular cocaine users do not look like this. They're scrawny and look unhealthy."
She has now finished on the witness stand.
Sir Simon Rattle will be returning to London with the Berlin Philharmonic for a major residency in 2015.
The Barbican and the Southbank Centre have joined forces to host the week-long February residency featuring concerts in the Barbican Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Royal Festival Hall.
Alan from the Environment Agency tweets: We are still looking to start closing the #ThamesBarrier at around 22:00 tonight. Barriers at Barking and Dartford will also be closing.
Nigella Lawson has dismissed allegations that drug dealers would routinely visit her home and that she was a regular user of cocaine.
She said: "If you think that I was going to sabotage my health and leave my children orphans you are very wrong."
A police officer has told the inquest into Mark Duggan's death the suggestion he planted a gun is "highly offensive" and he is not a liar during exchanges with a lawyer representing the Duggan family.
The witness, identified only as V59, told the Royal Courts of Justice that Mr Duggan had the gun that was found near the scene.
The Trafalgar Square Christmas Tree, an annual gift from Norway to thank Britain for its support during World War Two, will be lit at 18:00 tonight.
The ceremony, led by the Lord Mayor of Westminster Sarah Richardson, will also see three London schoolchildren read a poem written specially for the occasion.
Nigella Lawson told the court: "I'm a lot more puritanical about money than my ex husband. I would never have thought it was alright to splash someone else's cash out in a disgusting and greedy way."
Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo are alleged to have spent more than £685,000 on a company credit card. They each deny a charge of fraud.
Foreign property owners will pay tax on any gains in value on UK properties they own, under changes to capital gains tax announced by Chancellor George Osborne during his Autumn Statement.
The new tax follows fears foreign buyers of second homes are contributing to a housing bubble in London, where property prices are rising far faster than in the rest of the country. Capital gains tax is typically 28% and will come into effect from April 2015.
It was suggested to Nigella Lawson she authorised former personal assistant Francesca Grillo to buy designer clothes for herself.
Ms Lawson replied: "I can be totally sure about the fact I didn't say go and spend seven thousand pounds on designer clothes for yourself."
BBC Correspondent Luisa Baldini tweets: #Nigella Lawson denied countlessly telling P.As to "treat" themselves on credit card when she wanted to give them a present.
Arsenal defender Carl Jenkinson is hoping for a bigger role in their Premier League title challenge after he made his first Premier League start since October in the 2-0 win over Hull on Wednesday.
He told BBC London 94.9: "It is nice for me to get a game. I want to be involved in this journey we are on at the moment."
Colin Firth joined World War II veterans and the widow of the man he plays at the London premiere of The Railway Man.
Firth portrays Eric Lomax, a soldier who was tortured at a Japanese labour camp during the World War Two before decades later facing his captors.
In a video played in court of Michael Adebolajo being interviewed by police following the death of Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich he told officers: "We sat in wait and it just so happened that he was the soldier that was spotted first....almost as if Allah had chosen" him.
When questioned how he knew Fusilier Rigby was a soldier when he was not wearing uniform, Mr Adebolajo gave no answer. He and Michael Adebowale deny murder, attempting to murder a police officer and conspiracy to murder a police officer.
Shakespeare Globe's 2014 season will mark the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth and the centenary of WW1. Entitled Arms and the Man, the season will include four new plays by Simon Armitage, Richard Bean, Howard Brenton and David Eldridge.
There will also be new productions of Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, Julius Caesar and The Comedy of Errors.
It will be a very windy afternoon with gales possible, even in central London. Gradually clouding over too with a band of rain arriving by this evening. Maximum Temperature: 11C (52F).
Cloud and any rain will soon clear south to leave a cold night with prolonged clear spells allowing a frost to form especially in the most rural parts. Winds gradually easing overnight. Minimum Temperature: 0C (32F).
One of the DJs at the centre of a prank phone call which was put through to the Duchess of Cambridge when she was at King Edward VII's Hospital in Marylebone, and was linked to the death of a British nurse, has resigned from Australian radio station 2Day FM.
Mel Greig will leave her post at the end of December. Nurse Jacintha Saldanha, who answered the phone, transferred the call to a colleague. The 46-year-old was found hanged three days later.
BBC home affairs correspondent Dominic Casciani tweets: He [Michael Adebolajo] tells police he has no vendetta against Lee Rigby's family. He says he is saddened. He has caused his own mother heartache
The men accused of murdering Fusilier Lee Rigby chose their alleged victim because he was "the soldier that was spotted first", a jury at the Old Bailey has heard.
Michael Adebolajo (pictured) and Michael Adebowale waited near the barracks in Woolwich for a serviceman. The two men deny murder, attempting to murder a police officer and conspiracy to murder a police officer.
A group of Tottenham businesses claim they are being excluded from plans to regenerate the area following plans by Haringey Borough Council to demolish shops in High Road to make way for a fan walkway from White Hart Lane train station, the Haringey Independent reports.
Members of Tottenham Businesses Group said the authority did not give the shop owners a say in the decision.
The council said "we're committed to listening to the concerns of traders".
BBC London reporter Adrian Warner tweets: My cameraman Dave find a new friend at Greenwich equestrian centre!
A fragment, claimed to be part of the cross Jesus Christ was crucified on, has been flown from Jerusalem to the Holy Church of St. Panteleimon and St. Paraskevi in Harrow for the public to see.
The Holy Cross will be at the church all day, with services taking place in front of it.
On the final day of evidence, police firearms officer V59 was recalled to clarify a couple of points, but the Duggan family barrister Leslie Thomas accused him of lying and suggested a police colleague planted a gun.
V59 told Mr Thomas the suggestion was "deeply offensive" and Ian Stern QC representing the officer accused Mr Thomas of being "provocative" and said it was "not acceptable".
Evidence has now been completed and summing will start either tomorrow or Monday.
At 13:30 on BBC One, BBC London News will have the latest on a Christian woman's legal battle not to be forced to work Sundays.
And they have pictures of the official opening of the Greenwich Equestrian Centre by The Princess Royal.
Sandycombe Lodge, a house built by the artist William Turner in Twickenham nearly 200 years ago, is currently on English Heritage's At Risk Register and needs a £2m makeover.
Gyles Brandreth looks at the challenges faced by conservationists and the charitable trust which runs the building, which was designed by Turner himself to escape the pressures of the city.
Celia Hatton reports for the BBC's China Blog on a Londoner who took up the challenge of taking cupcakes to Beijing.
Lexie Morris, 28, left London four years ago to become China's cupcake queen and opened the Lollipop Bakery.
On the Robert Elms show, author and journalist Robin Morgan talks about his new book 1963: The Year of the Revolution: How Youth Changed the World with Music, Art, and Fashion.
And musician and composer Carl Davis talks about his show looking at Charlie Chaplin's early life.
You can listen live to the show on BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
The tiara worn by Victoria Beckham at her wedding to David Beckham is expected to to fetch up to £25,000 when it goes under the hammer at Bonhams in London later.
Jewellery designer Slim Barrett says his inspiration for the coronet-style headpiece came from his love of Eastern design and Parisian haute couture.
Nigella Lawson has told Isleworth Crown Court she is "not proud" of having used drugs but said "I would rather be honest and ashamed... not bullied with lies".
On Wednesday the 53-year-old admitted taking cocaine while she was living with her late husband John Diamond and her ex-husband Charles Saatchi.
Her personal assistants Francesca and Elisabetta Grillo deny accusations they committed fraud.
Two men aged 19 and 22 have been arrested on suspicion of murdering of 22-year-old Antonio Rodney-Cole (pictured) who was stabbed in the leg on Monday morning.
It is believed he was stabbed in Oldfield Road, Hackney, but police were called to Marton Road after the victim drove away from the scene. He was pronounced dead at hospital.
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Chancellor George Osborne will be setting out his plans for the UK economy in his Autumn Statement at 11:15.
You can keep track of the latest announcements with BBC News's live coverage.
A Christian care worker who claimed she was forced to leave her job after refusing to work Sundays because of her faith has lost her legal appeal.
Celestina Mba, 58, from south London, took her case to the Court of Appeal after a tribunal ruled she was not constructively dismissed.
TV cook Nigella Lawson has denied using a court case as a vehicle to explain herself to the world's media.
Her former personal assistants Francesca and Elisabetta Grillo deny fraudulently using their employers' credit cards.
Emirates Air Line tweets: There is currently no service operating due to high winds.
A 15-year-old girl arrested in connection with the murder of Joshua Folkes, 17, who was stabbed to death at an address in Bowes Road, Palmers Green in the early hours of Tuesday morning, has been bailed until mid-December.
A post-mortem examination gave the cause of Joshua's death as a stab wound to the chest. The Metropolitan Police urged anyone with information to contact them.
Chancellor George Osborne will deliver his Autumn Statement to the House of Commons at 11:15.
Among the measures reported so far are will be confirmation that a UK guarantee has now been agreed for the £1bn Northern Line extension to Battersea in London.
Kamar Mahtum, the sister of a woman who belonged to the Marxist commune being investigated after claims of slavery over 30 years, has been reunited with a woman the BBC understands to be Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab.
Ms Mahtum said: "I know she is my sister, she looks like my sister, she talks like my sister. She says she has got friends [in the commune]; friends who need her, who help her and who care for her. She won't say another word about them."
Ten thousand jobs could be created at a new cultural and educational quarter being planned for London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
The Olympicopolis project has been announced in the chancellor's National Infrastructure Plan and could see University College London and the Victoria and Albert Museum be part of the development, which would be situated between the stadium and Stratford station.
BBC News correspondent Louise Baldini tweets: #Nigella Lawson has just arrived. She looked straight ahead showing no reaction to calls from the dozens of photographers&camera crews
Every day 67 children start smoking in London. That's the equivalent to more than two classrooms full, according to the Independent, despite public health advertising, gruesome ailments shown on packaging and smokers being banished outside.
But why are children are still taking up this addictive habit? Listen live to Vanessa Feltz on BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
Tower RNLI tweets: Good morning from the day crew - amazing sky!
Tottenham ended their four-match winless streak to beat Fulham 2-1 in Rene Meulensteen's first match in charge.
And Nicklas Bendtner's first Arsenal goal since March 2011 helped the Gunners beat Hull 2-0 to keep their four-point lead at the Premier League summit.
A fuel cell has been fitted in the basement of a new development off Regent Street to provide about 20% of power to a mixed-development, which includes former US Vice President Al Gore's sustainable investment management company Generation.
Developers the The Crown Estate says it is is the first cell of its type to be used in the UK.
A 16-year-old boy was stabbed in Crogsland Road, Chalk Farm, last night by four people who then drove off, the Metropolitan Police says.
He was taken to hospital and remains in a stable condition. No-one has been arrested.
A 13-year-old girl was raped while walking home in Dagenham, east London.
The victim was grabbed from behind while she was on Becontree Avenue and then dragged on to a grassed area in Eleanor Gardens before being sexually assaulted on Saturday night.
The Thames Barrier is due to close tonight to defend London from the impacts of a storm which is set to bring gale-force winds and the risk of coastal flooding.
Communities on England's east coast are being told to prepare later for the most serious tidal surge for 30 years.
On the Tube, the Charing Cross branch of the northbound Northern line is suspended between Kennington and Camden Town due to a signal failure.
There are delays of more than an hour on the anti-clockwise M25 between J28 A12 and J25 A10 due to extra restrictions in the roadworks.
And in Oval, problems continue with the traffic lights by the station which is causing long delays westbound on Camberwell New Road.
A frosty start with some sunny spells this morning but it will soon cloud over and turn windy with rain expected later this afternoon.
Maximum temperature: 10C (50F).
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