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- Updates from Friday 28 November 2014
The Eros statue in Piccadilly Circus has been encased by a box of giant Christmas presents for the festive season.
The presents surrounding the Grade I Listed landmark will stay in place until 2 January.
There will be some clear spells overnight, although a few mist or fog patches will form. It should stay mainly dry, although a few spots of rain are possible. Minimum temperature: 8C (46F).
Looking ahead to tomorrow, Saturday will start dry and bright and any early low cloud, mist or fog will lift. The afternoon will see sunny spells and with just light winds it will feel mild.
Maximum temperature: 12C (54F).
Journalist, BBC London
On the programme at 18:30 onBBC One: We're with Boris Johnson on a trip to the Far East where he's trying to attract foreign investors to London.
Plus, we're live at the Olympic stadium where work has begun to build the new state of the art roof, before it becomes West Ham United's football ground. Also, we hear from the campaigners who say Soho is losing its history with the closure of Madame JoJos.
A woman and four children from Ilford managed to escape their property before a fire ripped through the bedroom they were sleeping in last night.
The woman managed to get her children aged 7, 6, 4 and 3 months old, to safety and raised the alarm to three people upstairs.London Fire Brigade's Owen Neale said: "Today is being called Black Friday where people will be spending money on luxury things but I urge everyone who hasn't got one already to buy a smoke alarm for every level of your home. It could be the difference between life and death."
BBC London 94.9
On the BBC London 94.9 Sport Show this weekend you canlisten live to commentaries for Swansea v Crystal Palace, West Ham v Newcastle and QPR v Leicester - all three kick off at 15:00 tomorrow.
And on Sunday you can listen to the programme from 15:30 and hear commentary forTottenham v Everton from 16:00.
Tyson Fury has vowed to prove his worth in the ring against Dereck Chisora tomorrow night.
The duo will go head to head at London's ExCel Arena in a WBO world title final eliminator to earn the right to fight IBF, WBA and WBO champion Wladimir Klitschko.
Ham & High
Former Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman has confirmed he wasapproached to become a Conservative candidate in London's mayoral election and had been invited to meet Prime Minister David Cameron to discuss the idea.
But he said he decided a week ago he would not enter the running to replace Boris Johnson in 2016 "for all the eclairs in Paris".
London Evening Standard
BBC London 94.9
BBC London 94.9
On Drive with Eddie Nestor: ThePrime Minister has announced he is stopping EU migrants from claiming in-work benefits, such as tax credits, and removing migrants from the UK after six months if they have not found work.
How concerned do you think David Cameron should be about immigration? You canlisten live on BBC London 94.9 and contact the team on 020 7224 2000.
A formerchildren's home worker has been sentenced to eight years in prison for child abuse committed in the 1970s.
John Cowan, 72, was found guilty at Harrow Crown Court of sexually abusing six children at a care home in Ealing.
Chelsea pair Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard have been named on the 15-manshortlist of midfielders for Fifa's 2014 World XI.
They are joined by Manchester City's Yaya Toure, Mesut Ozil of Arsenal and Manchester United's Angel Di Maria.
A divorced couple have staged a High Court fight after failing to agree on what should happen to the remains of their 24-year-old daughter, Ayesha Khan, of Upper Norwood, who died earlier this month from a brain tumour.
Her mother Helen Fox, 45, wanted her to be cremated while her father Mohammed Khan, 50, wanted her to be buried. The judge ruled she should be cremated in the "desperately sad" case.
A trainee detective constable, 39, was bitten by a dog which clamped its jaws onto his leg. "The dog was stabbed with a knife by an officer at the scene and has died as a result of its injuries," Scotland Yard said.
David Cameron said the former Cabinet ministerAndrew Mitchell should accept the verdict of the High Court on the "Plebgate" affair and "move on".
The former Chief Whip lost his libel action against the publishers of the Sun newspaper yesterday with the judge ruling that he did call a police officer a "pleb" during a row at the gates of Downing Street in 2012.
BBC London 94.9
TheLondon Chess Classic, a tournament that takes place each December, attracts up to nearly half a million followers from around the world.
Butdoes the world care as much about the game as it did in the summer of 1972 when Boris Spassky played Bobby Fischer?
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The 52-year-old was found naked and soaked in blood at his caravan in December 2008 after suffering multiple stab wounds and mutilation to his genitals.
Cunningham, who was jailed in 2000 for unlawful sex with a 15-year-old girl, was reportedly the victim of a mob attack, which took place in an industrial estate in Wandsworth.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has launched apop-up shop in London to raise funds to help people in Ebola-hit countries.
She's persuaded designers from Victoria Beckham, Christian Louboutin to Dolce and Gabbana to donate bespoke pieces.
The lead story at 14:00 onBBC London 94.9: Scotland Yard says a former children's home worker who's been jailed for eight years for historic sexual abuse could have abused many more victims who haven't yet come forward.
The rest of the day will be cloudy but mainly dry, with some bright or sunny spells developing, followed by some clear spells after dusk. It will also be quite breezy throughout.
Maximum temperature: 13C (55F).
Presenter, BBC London News
On the programme at 13:30 onBBC One: We'll have the latest from the Mayor's visit to Singapore: Boris Johnson's been accused of sending out contradictory messages over immigration.
And freedom of speech or intimidation? Health groups are calling for new laws to ban anti-abortion protests from taking place directly outside clinics.
BBC London 94.9
The lead story at 13:00 in the capital on BBCLondon 94.9: London Underground says there's "absolutely no basis" for a strike on the Northern Line which is set to go ahead on Monday after talks to try to avert it broke down.
Radio 1 and 1Xtra
A 21-year-old talks about her experience of having an abortion at a London clinic and having towalk past pro-life campaigners before undergoing the procedure.
She said the situation was "really upsetting" and made her "feel physically sick." It comes as theBritish Pregnancy Advisory Service calls for new legislation in England and Wales to ban anti-abortion protests from taking place within a certain distance of clinics.
A university lecturer who needed facial reconstruction surgery after he was savagely beaten at his homesaid he wanted to know why he was attacked.
Paul Kohler, 55, who attacked in Kings Road, Wimbledon on 11 August, told BBC London: "We need to find out why they did it."
Four people have been arrested after a machine gun was recovered at a house on Tottenham Lane in Haringey,Scotland Yard has said.
A loaded Mac 10 machine gun containing a magazine with approximately 30 rounds of ammunition was seized, along with a bag containing 25 additional rounds. The two men and two women were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to endanger life.