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Hackney North and Stoke Newington MP Diane Abbott told BBC London's Breakfast Show she will be outside the American embassy in Grosvenor Square this evening. There's a demonstration in support of protesters in America responding to the grand jury's decision not to prosecute the officer who shot an unarmed black man in Ferguson, Missouri.
She said: "Two black men a week are killed by the police in the US and although we don't have that sort of crisis here I think it's important to stand up in support and also to point to the dangers of militarising the policing of descent here in London."
tweets: Routes 277 323 339 425 D6 D7 are subject to diversion and delays in Burdett Road E3 due to a road traffic collision.
Chelsea put their former manager Roberto Di Matteo to the sword beating Schalke 5-0 in Gelsenkirchen.
It means Jose Mourinho's men progress to the last 16 of the Champions League with a match to spare. Follow today's rolling sport news here.
The world's longest urban trampoline is set to be installed in central London next year.
Pictures of how the trampoline could look next to the London Eye have been released by project co-ordinators Architecture for Humanity.
A new art gallery displaying works from the Royal Collection has opened at Hampton Court Palace, writes Laura Proto of the Kingston Guardian.
Read her story in full and see some great photos from the exhibition.
Kate Kinsella says it's officially "murky" today but that will keep temperatures higher than of late.
From 09:00 on BBC London 94.9, we're kicking off with the comments of the head of the successful boys' school UCS. He's fighting back vociferously to the shadow education secretary who said private schools would lose business rate relief. Should private schools do more to mesh in more closely with state schools? Would you send your child to a private school?
And also, Soho - what the heck are they doing to it? They're pasteurising it, says The Guardian. Madame Jojo's is closing down. Call 020 7224 2000 with your views.
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A fire that gutted the offices of a firm involved in a development dispute with Tottenham Hotspur Football Club has been described by police as "suspicious".
Firefighters were called to the blaze at Archway Sheet Metal Works, on Paxton Road, Tottenham, at around 05:00 yesterday.
There are severe delays on London Overground between London Euston and Watford Junction because of a line-side fire at Wembley Central. Tickets are being accepted on London Midland services.
On the railway, South West Trains has delays of up to 20 minutes between Staines and London Waterloo, and between Staines and Reading because of over-running engineering works between Virginia Water and Reading.
A man has been arrested after a cyclist died when he was hit by a car that failed to stop in east London.
The 32-year-old man was struck at the junction of Commercial Road and Cavell Street in Whitechapel shortly after 22:00 on Monday.
Wednesday will be dull and overcast with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.
Mist and patchy fog will become extensive by the afternoon.
The top temperature will be 10C (50F).
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