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In this image from 1892, a group of women are wearing their Easter bonnets and dancing on Hampstead Heath during the Bank Holiday break from work.
It will be a largely dry night, with some clear spells at first, allowing some patchy mist or fog to develop.
Minimum temperature: 8C (46F).
A crew member from the Derry-Londonderry yacht, who fell overboard in the Pacific Ocean in March, has rejoined the crew.
Andrew Taylor, 46, from London, went over the side of the yacht on 30 March while competing in the Clipper round the world race.
Oliver Cameron, a north London plumber who is suffering kidney failure, has been told he may have to wait for three years before a transplant after his sister, who is a perfect donor match, was refused entry to the UK.
Keisha Rushton had her request to travel to the UK for the operation refused by the British High Commission on the grounds that she may not return to Jamaica after the operation.
A portrait of the Queen by photographer David Bailey, who grew up in east London, has been released in honour of her 88th birthday on Monday.
The black and white photo, which shows the Queen smiling, was taken at Buckingham Palace in March.
A fire in an electrical sub-station in New Oxford Street has caused the closure of a busy road in central London, London Evening Standard reports.
Firefighters were called to Castlewood House this afternoon, leading to the closure of a street between Tottenham Court Road and Bloomsbury Street.
The poster for the satirical play King Charles III at the Almeida Theatre in Islington this afternoon, with a duct tape on the Prince's mouth. And a censored version of the same at Angel station.
Transport for London said: "The decision was made by our advertising contractor without reference to us and does look to have been a little over enthusiastic".
Lukas Podolski scored two goals for the London side after Aaron Ramsey scored the first goal about half-an-hour into the game.
Thanks for your comments on your Easter memories.
Lucan Alan said: "No! Because that's an American pass-time or "tradition" or could it be I'm one of few who remember this is England"
Vivienne Merryweather responds: "I am not sure this is an American tradition. My mum used to hide our eggs on Easter Sunday when I was a kid and I am now 67! I did it for my children and they did it for theirs etc. we also used to roll hard boiled eggs down a hill near Hampstead Heath."
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At half-time, Arsenal are two goals up at Hull City.
Aaron Ramsey scored the first goal 31 minutes into the game while Lukas Podolski scored the second just before half-time.
Islington MPS tweets: 18 ppl in custody this morning for drug offences, offensive weapon, assault, affray, possessing stolen moped, burglary (x 3)
Thanks for your comments on your memories of Easter.
Elsa Emanuela Stella said: "In Italy we call it colazione di pasqua (Easter breakfast): when you wake up, instead of cappuccino, pizza di formaggio (cheese bread) with salami, boiled eggs and a glass of wine!"
Colin Johnston said: "Yes we did a Easter egg hunt for the children in Parsloes Park Dagenham....organised by friends of Parsloes Park....good time had by all."
Hundreds of people gathered at Trafalgar Square in central London on Good Friday to watch performances of the Passion of the Christ.
The play depicted Christ's entry to Jerusalem, his betrayal, capture, trial, crucifixion and resurrection.
Hull and Arsenal will fight it out at KC Stadium in Hull from 14:05. Follow the live text commentary here.
The London club were given a "massive scare by Wigan in last week's FA Cup semi-final" football analyst Mark Lawrenson said, hence this match will be very important for them.
Responding to the resignation of Tony Caplin as the chairman of the Public Works Loan Board, a Conservative Party spokesman said: "Tony Caplin has no role in the Conservative Party nor is he contributing to the manifesto.
"He was appointed to a number of public bodies by the previous government. He was re-appointed to the PWLB by the prime minister.
"He should have declared he was bankrupt. This has been pointed out to him and as a result he has resigned."
TfL Traffic News tweets: A1261 Aspen Way (E14) W/B approaching Limehouse Link Tunnel - Lns 1 & 2 (of 3) blocked due to a Rd traffic collision.
Tony Blackburn (@tonyblackburn) is now live till 3pm! Live streaming from his Easter themed studio...
First Great Western tweets: There's a signal problem between Paddington and Hayes & Harlington. Network Rail are on site, but delays of up to 20-mins are expected.
Hundreds of canoeists and kayakers who began a 125-mile race to Westminster have crossed the finish line.
The race began in the Devizes in Wiltshire on Friday.
Labour has said it is "astonishing" Prime Minister David Cameron could appoint Tony Caplin as head of the Public Works Loan Board.
Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury Chris Leslie said: "For him to be bankrupted in 2012 and appointed by the Prime Minister as chairman of this key Treasury body the following year is surely a misjudgement too far by a Prime Minister with a track record of poor judgement in relation to his cronies."
A man has been stabbed following a fight in Brigstock Road, Thornton Heath, south-east London, last night.
The victim, believed to be in his 20s, is in a stable condition in hospital, Met Police said. No arrests have been made.
On the gagged poster of Prince Charles advertising the play on the monarchy a Transport for London spokesperson, said: "The decision was made by our advertising contractor without reference to us and does look to have been a little over enthusiastic.
"We will speak to them about it."
Bottom club Sunderland earned a stunning win at Chelsea that severely dented the Blues' title hopes and gave leaders Liverpool a major boost.
Connor Wickham followed up Marcos Alonso's shot to equalise after Samuel Eto'o had given Chelsea the lead. This was Jose Mourinho's first home Premier League defeat in 78 games as Chelsea manager.
A businessman appointed by the prime minister to head the Public Works Loan Board, a quango managing public funds, has resigned after reports that he had been declared bankrupt.
Tony Caplin, who was the chairman of the North West London Hospitals NHS Trust until January last year, resigned as chairman of the Public Works Loan Board, a Conservative spokesman said.
A poster advertising a satirical play at the Almeida Theatre in Islington, north London, about the monarchy and showing Prince Charles gagged, has been censored on the London Underground, the Mail Online reports.
The poster for King Charles III features a punk-style portrait of the Prince with his mouth covered by white duct tape.
As the boating season gets under way, river users are being urged to take extra care on the Thames because of higher than usual water levels.
The Environment Agency says there are strong currents and lots of debris in the water between Teddington, west London and Lechlade, Gloucestershire.
The Archbishop of Westminster, Cardinal Vincent Nichols was in the studio earlier and told Jumoke Fashola people often ask him to pose for "selfies".
"It's fun but I want to know like everybody else... what's it look like? Does it look alright? But we should have eyes that go beyond the appearance," he said.
The Bishop of London Richard Chartres has led a dawn Easter service on the steps of St Pauls Cathedral this morning. He handed me a red painted egg for Easter when I interviewed him on BBC London 94.9.
He told me it's because red is the colour of the resurrection and the egg promises new life. His message for Easter is celebrating a wider Christian community around the world.
From 09:00, Harriet Scott and Chris Rogers will be looking back over some of the big news stories of the week, including teenage pregnancies after a 12-year-old London girl became a mother and the rise in the number of people using food banks.
Also in focus are the big issues in next month's local elections.
Disruption over the Easter period for improvement works:
It will be cloudy with occasional rain this morning.
A band of heavier and more persistent rain will spread from the south in the afternoon, but it is expected to become drier by late evening. Highs of 15C (59F).
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