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The second election debate and were you bullied as a teenager?
Have you ever fallen out with your neighbours?
David Cameron will launch the Conservative party’s manifesto today.
Should NHS patients prove they're entitled to free treatment?
Live from St. Pancras station asking why you will be voting in the general election.
Londoners are being warned against high levels of air pollution.
A Syrian man is found shot dead in his car in Wembley.
A clash over GP's hours and public transport over the Easter weekend.
How difficult is it to find a dentist in London?
Helen Fospero sits in for Penny alongside Paul.
Have you been the victim of abuse on social media?
Major changes are being made to the care system for elderly and disabled people.
A possible solution London's shortage of homes and how safe are our Tube platforms?
The dissolution of parliament and allegations of abuse by teachers.
World marathon record holder Paula Radcliffe.
Spying on politicians and Jeremy Clarkson's contract will not be renewed.
Autism diagnosis and the latest on the Germanwings Airbus crash.
David Cameron has told the BBC he will not serve a third term as prime minister.
Security guard fraud anti-Ukip protesters.
Londoners will try to catch the biggest eclipse of the sun since 1999 today.
Reaction to yesterday’s Budget and have you been a victim of cybercrime?
A new study shows that breastfeeding is linked to a higher IQ.
Calls for pharmacists in GP surgeries to help ease the pressure of GPs.
Watching more than three hours of TV a day could end up damaging your children's health.
Penny with Paul Coia sitting in for Paul.
Is it a good idea to ban smoking in playgrounds?
Nick Godwin sits in alongside Penny.
Over 160 registered sex offenders are missing from London.
Nikki Bedi sits in for Penny alongside Paul.