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More than 150,000 patients who were seen in A&E units last year were not GP-registered.
Grieving parents appeal for the return of a laptop stolen from their son's funeral.
A damning report accusing athletics chiefs in Russia of state-sponsored doping.
Crowdfunding extra police officers and airport security.
The latest on the Million Mask March and a school's walking rule.
The UK has halted all flights between Britain and Sharm el-Sheikh.
Surveillance bill to include internet records storage and junior doctors' contract offer.
Should children as young as five be tested at school?
Penny with Paul Coia sitting in for Paul.
Paul with Nikki Bedi sitting in for Penny.
Nikki Bedi and Paul Coia sit in for Penny and Paul.
Chris Rogers sits in for Paul alongside Penny.
Banks could be forced to help customers shop around to find better deals with rivals.
A rise in poverty among London's working families and term-time holidays.
A state visit from the Chinese President and Oscar Pistorius is released from prison.
Have you been caught using your phone while driving?
The latest on the charity Kids Company and changes to contracts for junior doctors.
Should tech companies take responsibility for risks to young people's mental health?
Hit-and-run statistics and primary school maths.
Should the use of “hoverboards” be legalised for use on our roads?
Met Police have been asked "not to wear a Union badge" in tribute to fallen colleagues.
Calls for the UK to leave the EU and a crime exhibition at the Museum of London.
What will David Cameron’s housing crusade mean for London?
Talking about The VIP Paedophile Ring documentary.
Live from the BT Tower celebrating 45 years of BBC Radio London.
A new body to plan infrastructure projects and a lack of funding for rare lung disease.
A new 5p charge for plastic bags is to be introduced.