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TV cameras in London's highest courts and university strike action.
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Safe rooms for drug addicts, the future of four A&E units in London and mobile phones.
The worst storm to hit London in a decade and a new education centre in Westminster.
The biggest storm since 1987 has seriously affected the South of England.
London's NHS hospital trusts, low-risk female prisoners and 150 years of the FA.
A health report for young people, split estates in London and this year's Poppy Appeal.
Should police officers wear cameras and microphones to record all contact with the public?
Nikki Bedi sits in alongside Paul.
Suffering from loneliness, human trafficking and offering pregnant women a seat.
More than half of teenagers have been asked for sexual images or videos of themselves.
Mental health services 'in crisis' and should children be taught Mandarin?
London Zoo's newborn Sumatran tiger cub has drowned.
London Landlords reject tenants because of their race and Mo Farah joins Penny and Paul.
Nick Godwin sits in alongside Penny.
What do you think about the new immigration bill?
The mother of baby Peter Connelly is to be released after five years imprisonment.
Failing to grasp the three Rs and Help to Buy scheme extension costs being unveiled.
A charity is calling on the government to do more to help people with eating disorders.
The Mail on Sunday apologises to Ed Miliband.
Payday lenders face tougher rules and plans to rebuild Crystal Palace.
London Zoo's celebrating the birth of its first tiger cub for 17 years.
Surgeries open seven days a week and a Jewish Community Centre for London.