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The latest on the Conservative Party Conference and a Duck boat catches fire.
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Cemeteries running out of space and the Halal Food Festival.
London's A&E departments could face a repeat of last year's winter crisis.
Fewer students are working while in full time education.
Westminster council criticised for housing families in B&Bs 'for too long'.
Should child benefits be stopped for parents who refuse the MMR vaccine?
Nikki Bedi and Simon Lederman sit in for Penny and Paul.
Nikki Bedi and Simon Lederman sit in Penny and Paul.
The latest on the fire service cuts, the Niqab court row and London Fashion Week.
When should children start formal lessons in school?
Examining the impact of Fusilier Lee Rigby's death on the community, live from Woolwich.
The latest on the BBC pay-off scandal.
A mum has been hailed as the queen of complaints.
A survey of a thousand women in London suggests one in six has been raped.
Cancer care in London, Universal Credit and paying for plastic bags.
Should claimants be forced to work for benefits?
Mary Portas’s bid to save the high street.
Real Madrid have broken the world transfer record to sign Tottenham forward Gareth Bale.