Hounslow gas explosion: Two found dead after houses collapse
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London Trader tweets: May they RIP. Myself & my school friends were there that morning as our school Emanuel was next to the scene.
Around 45 flights in and out of Heathrow have been cancelled because of knock-on effects from fog which grounded 280 planes at the airport on Wednesday. Mark Gibson in Belfast has had two flights to Heathrow cancelled this morning.
He told the BBC: "I have two work meetings in London which I will now miss."
Jurors in the Isleworth Crown Court trial of two former personal assistants accused of defrauding Nigella Lawson and Charles Saatchi have been warned by Judge Robin Johnson to ignore comments made by Prime Minister David Cameron about the celebrity cook.
The judge told jurors, in the trial of Elisabetta and Francesca Grillo, it was "of regret" when public figures commented about someone involved in a trial and urged them to only decide the case based on the evidence in court. The Grillo sisters deny fraud.
Lawyers for Isa Muazu, who's been on hunger strike, say a private jet had been chartered to fly him back to Nigeria next Tuesday.
The last flight he was on had to return to Britain.
Gatwick Express tweets: Delays between Balham and Clapham Junction until further notice.
In three years and one day from today this will be London whisky - the first from a London distillery in 100 years.
Read my report from the London Distillery Company in Battersea later.
According to a study led by Professor Robert Plomin, from King's College London's Institute of Psychiatry, genetic difference in the UK accounts for over half of the variation between pupils' GCSE results.
Mr Plomin told the Today programme genetics "explain more of the differences between children in their GCSE scores than everything else put together".
Lambeth Metropolitan Police Service tweets: Nine arrests have been made during this morning's raids in Lambeth as part of the ongoing efforts to target gang members in London.
Linda Ship, 47, and her sister Diana O'Carroll, 44, were at this morning's service to remember victims of the Clapham rail disaster.
Their father Arthur Creek, 48, was killed on the Bournemouth train. Mrs Ship said: "Dad was a train driver and was in the train cab travelling to work as he knew the driver."
Richmond upon Thames, Kensington and Chelsea and Kingston upon Thames are among London's best performing boroughs for primary school literacy and numeracy, according to the Department for Education.
London schools performed well nationally.
London Irish have confirmed the takeover of the club by a consortium of Irish businessmen.
Diane Goldman shared her memories of the Clapham rail disaster writing: A colleague was on one of the trains and was unharmed. She got off the train and found her way to work clearly in shock!
The FT produces a video report on why London needs the 25km Thames Tideway tunnel or 'super sewer' and the criticisms over the project.
Some Sky customers are unable to receive signal because of the fog, according to Sky's service status online. There is a loss of broadband and telephony services in Stamford Hill, Dartford, Ewell, Mitcham, Wimbledon, Hampstead, Battersea, Chiswick and Beulah Hill.
The family of an orthopaedic surgeon from Streatham imprisoned in Syria say they are growing concerned for his mental health.
Dr Abbas Khan was arrested by Assad regime forces after travelling to Syria to work in a field hospital.
Tonight on the BBC London 94.9 Sports Show with Nick Godwin at 19:00, we'll have full commentary of the Europa League tie between Tottenham Hotspur and Anzhi Makhachkala.
You can listen to the coverage on BBC London 94.9, BBC London Digital radio and BBC London online
A London bus which was one of 1,000 to be requisitioned for World War One is being restored to run on the capital's roads.
Read my feature about one of only four surviving B-type London buses, the Routemaster of the Edwardian era, which is being restored in time for a series of events to mark the centenary of WWI next year.
It is 25 years since three trains collided in Clapham killing 35 people and injuring 500.
Former firefighter, Clifford Thompson, who is now a BBC London producer, recalls his memories of attending the scene.
Misty start to the day on the bus over Battersea Bridge.
On Vanessa Feltz's programme from 09:00, an investigation by the Care Quality Commission has exposed a catalogue of failings at GP practices. They found dirty surgeries, drugs stored at the wrong temperatures, long queues, maggots and more.
How clean is your GP's surgery? Call 020 7224 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
New figures from the London Assembly suggest victims of crime in London are becoming less satisfied with their treatment by the Met Police.
A report suggests satisfaction levels have fallen to 78% compared to a national average of 85%.
London Irish are set to announce a takeover of the club by a group of Irish businessmen.
The Premiership side have been owned by over 800 individual shareholders for several years, with a small group of large shareholders who control the club. There is a news conference at 10:30.
tweets: Memorial to the 35 people killed in the Clapham Junction Rail disaster. I'm here live as we mark 25 years.
Two people have been charged with stealing £1m from two banks via bogus mails carrying viruses.
Gediminas Simkus, 31, from East Barnet, and Volodymyr Kurach, 31, from Highbury, are suspected of conspiring to commit fraud by false representation and will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court later.
There are patches of fog, not as extensive as yesterday, but locally dense and in many places there is a frost too.
Otherwise it's a dry day with bright spells, clouding over from the north-west into the afternoon. Highs 10C (50F).
There is disruption to flights due to fog at Heathrow and London City Airports and on London Underground there are severe delays on the Central line.
On the M25 it is slowest clockwise through the roadworks at J5 Sevenoaks, and again from J9 Leatherhead to J11 Chertsey. Anti-clockwise it is slowest between J21 M1 and J16 M40.
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What next from the man who made and fired the first 3D-printed gun?
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