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That's all from BBC Local Live for today, thanks for getting in touch.
Elaine Okyere will be at the helm tomorrow from 08:00, guiding you through the latest news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London.
Tonight on the programme, the Met police say they're looking into the activities of an extremist cleric who was preaching in the streets of east London last weekend.
And why business owners in Islington are calling a new tax which will contribute towards late night policing "unfair and damaging".
Join me at 18:20 on BBC One.
It will be dry and clear this evening and for much of the night, but cloud may increase towards dawn. Minimum temperature: 5C (41F).
Tomorrow, cloud will continue to increase with a brisk wind developing. Maximum temperature: 14C (57F).
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A team of women artists are waiting to find out if they have spray-painted their way into the record books.
As part of global events marking International Women's Day, more than 100 people aimed to create the largest spray-paint mural by multiple artists. The event took place in a tunnel in Waterloo, south east London.
The Piccadilly Line has been suspended between Cockfosters and Oakwood because of a signal failure.
A 12th person has been arrested over the murder of two men who were found fatally wounded in a car in east London earlier this month.
The 19-year-old man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of murder.
The arrest comes as officers were at the scene and the surrounding area overnight appealing for witnesses.
Two goals in three second-half minutes from Ryan Flynn and John Brayford took League One Sheffield United to a Wembley FA Cup semi-final.
Nigel Clough's side became the first third-tier side to reach the last four since Wycombe Wanderers in 2001.
Independent midwives are warning that London could face a shortage of maternity care, after the government refused to help them insure their practices.
Two award-winning novels by Hilary Mantel are being staged in the West End from May.
The author and actor Ben Miles have been talking to the BBC's Andrew Marr about what theatre-goers can expect.
A congregation in Camden has had its church taken over by another religious group after worshippers broke into the building and set up their own "spiritual space", reports London 24.
Members of the building's "new congregation" - called the Rainbow Family of Living Light - said they entered the Rochester Square Spiritualist Church believing it to be abandoned.
Talk-show host Jerry Springer joined Gaby Roslin for her BBC London 94.9 programme to talk about his life.
You can listen to the full interview on Gaby's show from 15:00.
The latest legal battle to save the skatepark on London's Southbank has been deferred.
Campaigners have asked the High Court to grant the Undercroft under the South Bank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Hall village green status.
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North London's Alexandra Palace has announced a drive-in film club is to open at its Pavilion Car Park from 20 March.
John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John's 1970s classic film Grease will be shown on 6 and 11 April.
Priscila Barradas, 20, was announced as the overall winner and will compete in the finals in April for the chance to win a trip to Madrid. "I can't believe I've won," she told the paper.
Today, for no particular reason, DJ Tony Blackburn has declared it "Onesie day" and donned his superman suit and cape.
You watch him spinning (and sometimes dancing too) the best of soul and Mowtown live on the BBC London 94.9 webcam.
Comedian Ruby Wax and artist Grayson Perry are among today's speakers at the Women of the World Festival.
It is the final day of the Southbank Centre event which celebrates the achievements of women and girls and looks at the most potent topics for women today.
On BBC London digital radio, satellite TV and the BBC London website you can hear full commentary from the FA Cup quarter-final tie between Sheffield United and Charlton Athletic. Kick off is at 12:00.
Five people arrested over the murders of two men found fatally wounded in a car in north east London have been released on bail.
Aaron Carriere (left), 21, and Josiah Manful, 20, were both repeatedly stabbed after their car was stopped in Montague Road, Leytonstone, last Saturday.
Coming up with Tim Donovan: Waiting lists for social housing are getting longer while many London councils are selling off the council stock which critics argue exacerbates an already dire situation.
With councils pledging to build social housing sometime in the future, will it be a case of too little, too late? Watch the Sunday Politics show on BBC One from 11:00.
There are minor delays on District Line between Upminster and Barking because of an earlier signal failure at West Kensington. Tickets are being accepted on local bus routes.
More travel updates are available on the BBC travel website.
North west London's Hampstead Theatre has announced the cast for the quartet of plays by Simon Gray, which will be performed at from 20 March.
The plays, called In the Vale of Health, will feature the same characters, in the same situation but all telling a different story with opposite conclusions.
There is disruption on London Overground between Highbury and Islington and West Croydon because of a signal failure. Tickets are being accepted on the DLR, Tramlink and London bus services.
More travel updates are on the BBC London travel website.
Crystal Palace slipped closer to the relegation zone as Jay Rodriguez earned Southampton victory at Selhurst Park yesterday.
The England striker chased a poor Jason Puncheon headed backpass to challenge Palace goalkeeper Julian Speroni and turn the ball into an empty net.
Chelsea moved seven points clear at the top of the Premier League after sinking Tottenham with four second-half goals.
There was little in the game until Jan Vertonghen's error let Samuel Eto'o in to fire the Blues ahead.
On Early Breakfast this morning, we discussed the signs of spring popping up all over London on what's apparently going to be the hottest day of the year so far. And we talked about the damaging effects of television being constantly on in the home.
It will be a fine day with near unbroken sunshine and light winds.
Temperatures will be above average for the time of year, making it feel pleasantly warm in highs of 17C (63F).
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