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  1. Updates on 10 June 2015
  2. More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Thursday

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  1. Goodbye

    That's all from BBC London Live for today.

    Annie Flury will be here tomorrow from 08:00 with more news, sport, travel and weather updates from across London.

  2. Welsh guard plays at Waterloo memorial

    The 9th Duke of Wellington, a descendant of the great British military leader who led allied forces to victory, pulled the curtain to unveil a tribute to soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Waterloo.

    A Welsh Guard by the Waterloo memorial at Waterloo station

    At the end of the ceremony Lance Corporal Nick Walkley from the Welsh Guards Band played the Last Post.

  3. Woodrow signs new Fulham contract

    BBC Sport

    Fulham striker Cauley Woodrow has signed a new three-year contract with the Championship club.

    The 20-year-old, who has represented England at Under-21 level, will now remain at Craven Cottage until the summer of 2018.

  4. Londoners 'demanding rent control'

    People are living in their cars due to a shortage of affordable homes and benefit changes, MPs have heard.

    Speaking during an opposition day debate, Labour's Diane Abbott, MP for Hackney North and Stoke Newington, said: "Londoners are demanding in every single poll, in every single interaction with them, to see a level of rent stabilisation and yes, workable rent control."

    The opposition in the House of Commons tabled a motion calling on the Government to deliver a comprehensive plan which outlines the steps to build more homes and improve the private rented sector.

  5. Cloudy and dry evening

    It will become rather cloudy in the evening, remaining mainly cloudy and dry overnight with some clear spells. The winds will gradually ease later in the night.

    Minimum temperature: 10C (50F)

    BBC temperature chart
  6. Charity: 'It does not finish here'

    At the High Court Lord Justice Sullivan refused to order a fresh appeal saying: "There was a certain amount of puffing in which credit was claimed on behalf of Mr Johnson for a decision he did not take. That may be indiscreet, it may be reprehensible to a degree but it was certainly not unlawful."

    Andrea Williams, chief executive of the Christian Legal Centre, said: "It does not finish here. It is all a whitewash."

    In July 2014, the High Court dismissed a charity's claim the London mayor was responsible for banning their bus advert which suggested people could "get over" homosexuality.

  7. Group loses latest gay bus advert challenge

    A Christian group is facing a £100,000 legal costs bill after losing the latest stage of its long-running legal battle over the banning of a bus advert that angered the gay community.

    Bus advert

    The Core Issues Trust produced posters for the sides of London buses in 2012 which read "Not Gay! Ex-Gay, Post-Gay and Proud. Get over it!" The advert was a response to a bus poster campaign by gay rights group Stonewall, which carried the message: "Some people are gay. Get over it!"

  8. Rats 'stop Royal Mail deliveries' in Norbury

    A rat infestation has seen Royal Mail stop delivering post to a side street, the Croydon Guardian reports.

    The people living in the flats in a service road behind London Road, Norbury, all received a letter on Friday saying the postman will not be back until it is cleaned up.

  9. 100 days to go

    With 100 days to go until the start of the Rugby World Cup, Prince Harry and former Rugby player Jonny Wilkinson have been at Twickenham stadium.

    Prince Harry and Jonny Wilkinson
  10. Postal vote rejection rate 'lower than previously'

    Scotland Yard has already said it is looking at 16 complaints of electoral malpractice ahead of the poll tomorrow.

    A Tower Hamlets Council spokesman said the postal vote rejection rate was currently running at about 6.8%, with some 2,011 of 29,578 postal votes declared void.

    He added: "This is lower than at previous Tower Hamlets elections."

  11. Electoral malpractice claims in Tower Hamlets

    Mayoral candidates have responded to fresh allegations of electoral malpractice the day before polls open to elect the new mayor of Tower Hamlets.

    Tower Hamlets

    Conservative candidate councillor Peter Golds questioned the number of postal votes being rejected, saying: "I'm concerned at the number of ballots returned in the postal vote where electors seem unable to put their own signature and date-of-birth as they are on the application form.

    "We will have to wait and see what happens tomorrow."

  12. Azelle Rodney murder trial

    BBC London 94.9

    On Drivetime with Eddie Nestor just after 17:00 we will have the latest on the trial of former police officer Anthony Long who denies unlawfully killing Azelle Rodney.

    Plus, is it wrong to pierce a baby or toddler's ears before they can choose for themselves? A new petition calling for the government to ban ear piercing for small children has more than 27,000 signatures.

    Join in the discussion by emailing or text 81333 - start your text with 'London'.

  13. Haunted hotel?

    Sitala Peek

    BBC News

    Over the years, the Langham has played host to many notable guests, including the exiled French emperor Louis-Napoleon III, Charles Dickens, one of the "Cambridge Five" spies Guy Burgess and his wartime employer, the BBC.

    The Langham, London

    More recently, the hotel has played host to the England cricket team, with bowler Stuart Broad claiming the building was haunted.

  14. 150 years of London's 'Grand Hotel'

    Sitala Peek

    BBC News

    Billed as London's first "Grand Hotel", it is exactly 150 years since the Langham began serving the whims of the rich and famous.

    The Langham Hotel

    The hotel, which claims to have invented the tradition of the Afternoon Tea, was opened by the Prince of Wales - later Edward VII - on 10 June 1865.

  15. Heathrow or Gatwick?

    Tim Donovan

    Political Editor, BBC London

    The timescales around any aviation expansion make it possible that not just Goldsmith's but several subsequent mayoral careers may have come and gone before any meaningful progress is made, de-toxifying the issue.

    A slightly different scenario emerges if the Davies Commission recommends both more Heathrow and more Gatwick.

    Plane preparing to land at Heathrow

    Some say the government could then prioritise Gatwick, but prevaricate further on Heathrow and agree to take a rain-check, which could accommodate not just Goldsmith, but other cabinet figures who don't want any more air traffic out west.

    Many think a Davies decision in favour of Gatwick could be the least politically problematic. But the Tory MPs in surrounding constituencies are beginning to mobilise. And what they may lack in cabinet rank they could make up for in attitude. Tell us what you think.

  16. Goldsmith 'vowed to stand down' over Heathrow expansion

    Tim Donovan

    Political Editor, BBC London

    According to the FT, the government is likely to delay its response to the Davies Commission recommendations until Christmas.

    We are about to have a Tory mayoral selection process running concurrently with deep airport wounds being re-opened.

    If Davies recommends a third runway at Heathrow, and the government proceeds, Goldsmith has already said that he will stand down from his Richmond Park seat and trigger a by-election. As mayor, he says, he would plan to stand down from his seat anyway.

  17. Mayoral race's impact on airport expansion

    Tim Donovan

    Political Editor, BBC London

    There's much speculation about what impact Zac Goldsmith's entry to the London mayoral race could have on the country's future decisions on aviation.

    Zac Goldsmith

    Could an expanded Heathrow be politically deliverable with Goldsmith in City Hall? Is his decision to stand his own most effective strategy to block a third runway?

    Could the potential best interests of a nation become secondary to the desire to see another Conservative succeed Boris Johnson to the mayoral prize?

  18. Police appeal in murder inquiry

    The Met Police have appealed for anyone who was in contact with a 33-year-old woman before she was murdered to get in touch. Vanessa Santillan was killed at her home in Romily Court, Fulham on 28 March.

    Vanessa Santillan

    Det Ch Insp Rebecca Reeves, leading the investigation, said: "I know that there were a number of people who visited Vanessa at her flat in the week leading to her murder. I need to speak with those people.

    ""If you knew Vanessa in any capacity, please do come forward, no matter how unimportant it may seem, please make the call."

  19. Looking at Alice

    A new exhibition is taking a fresh look at Lewis Carroll's most famous heroine to mark the 150th anniversary of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.

    The Alice Look show is at the V&A's Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green until 1 November.

  20. The cost of divorce

    BBC London 94.9

    Jo Good is talking about divorce on BBC London 94.9.

    She's asking how easy or expensive is it to get divorced? Get in touch by emailing or call 020 7224 2000

  21. Dressing like Miss Beckham

    Victoria Beckham is donating her daughter Harper's designer outfits to charity.

    Harper, David and Brooklyn Beckham with Anna Wintour

    The three-year-old's second-hand clothes will go on sale at the Mary's Living & Giving shop in Primrose Hill this month in aid of Save The Children.

    Twenty-five outfits, including shoes, jackets, dresses, tops and jeans, will be on sale. Beckham said: "Everyone out there can do their part by purchasing or donating, ensuring children all around the world have the opportunity of a brighter future."

  22. 'When is the PM handing the baton to Boris?'

    During Prime Minister's Questions, Karl Turner, MP for Kingston upon Hull East asked: "When is the Prime Minister handing the baton to Boris?"

    David Cameron at Prime Minister's Questions

    David Cameron responded: "Well we benefit hugely from having Boris's wisdom now back in this House.

    "The baton that I'm interested in seeing is the moment at which Boris passes the baton to another Conservative mayor of London."

    Mr Johnson, the newly elected Conservative MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, has been widely tipped to lead the Conservative Party.

  23. 'Secret' Romford hotel shut down

    London Evening Standard


    Officials have shut down a "secret" 18-bed hotel set up behind the facade of a normal home in a quiet east London cul-de-sac, reports the Evening Standard.

    The newspaper said neighbours helped stop the business from operating when they spotted bus loads of customers arriving at the property in Beaumont Close, Romford.

  24. Azelle Rodney 'had body language' to shoot

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    Anthony Long gave detailed account of Azelle Rodney's actions. He says suspect had the "body language" of someone preparing to shoot.

    Anthony Long

    Prosecution: "Was there time for Azelle Rodney to look left, right, to duck down, to come back up with shoulders hunched?" in 0.2 seconds?

  25. Accused claims Rodney was 'about to open fire'

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    The jury is hearing what the then PC Long said about the shooting of Azelle Rodney. He told superiors that he believed he was going for a gun.

    The former police officer said: "I believed that he was about to open fire with a fully automatic weapon".

    Anthony Long said that he shot at Azelle Rodney because it was necessary to protect himself and his colleagues. The 58-year-old denies murder.

  26. Afternoon weather

    BBC Weather

    Brightening up into the afternoon with some good sunny spells. Feeling warmer than yesterday around areas like Borehamwood and Richmond with lighter winds, although still breezy towards Grays.

    Maximum temperature: 18C (64F).

  27. West End live line-up to be revealed

    Westminster Council tweets: Later today, we reveal the line up for this year's #WestEndLIVE in Trafalgar Square, follow @WestEndLIVE for details

  28. Crystal Maze comes to London

    Andy Dangerfield

    BBC News, London

    If you know your Aztec Zone from your Future Zone and shouts of "Get the Crystal" and "Mumsy" were all-too familiar your household in the 90s, you may be as excited as I am to hear a version of cult Channel 4 TV show The Crystal Maze is coming to London.

    Artist's impression of crystal maze

    If you were too young or simply didn't get around to taking part way back then, you now have a second chance.

    An artist's impression of things to come has been released and you can sign up to be part of the "live, immersive experience" online.

  29. Sanchez 'disappointed' by Arsenal

    BBC Sport

    Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez says the FA Cup winners' failure to win more trophies this season is "disappointing" and believes Arsene Wenger's team could have achieved more.

    Alexis Sanchez

    The £35m signing from Barcelona scored 25 goals and is currently on international duty with Chile at the Copa America.

  30. Memorial unveiled for Battle of Waterloo

    Britain's first memorial to honour the 24,000 soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Waterloo has been unveiled at Waterloo station later today to mark its 200th anniversary.

    A memorial in honour of the thousands of soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Waterloo

    Descendants of those who died in the battlefield at Waterloo, in modern day Belgium, were among those who attend the unveiling of a supersized replica of the reverse of the campaign medal.

    The battle dealt French Emperor Napoleon a crushing blow, bringing to an end two decades of war and establishing a century of relative peace in Europe.

  31. On air

    BBC London News

    On BBC London News this lunchtime, the latest on a convicted murderer who is trying to get his conviction quashed at the Court of Appeal.

    Sadler's Well perfromance

    Plus, the unusual mix of Zulu traditions and classical ballet which has arrived at the Sadler's Wells Theatre.

  32. Three weapons found in dead man's car

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    The jury has been told police found three weapons in the car Azelle Rodney was travelling in.

    The weapons included a deactivated American Colt self-loading pistol, a Russian Baikal self-loading pistol which had been modified to fire 9mm cartridges and a small double barrelled fob gun, modified to fire 0.25 inch cartridges which was loaded with the safety off.

    Follow @BBCDomC for the latest on the case.

  33. Ex-officer fired 'eight times in 2.1 seconds'

    Dominic Casciani tweets from the Azelle Rodney murder trial: Jury told the defendant Anthony Long opened fire 0.06 seconds after police car stopped alongside suspect. Fired eight times in 2.1 seconds.

  34. Star Wars enters the UK box office top 10

    Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back has entered the top 10 of the UK box office, 35 years after it was first released, following Secret Cinema's latest production in London.

    Secret cinema show

    Secret Cinema has transformed an undisclosed location into the largest art and performance centre of its kind until 27 September.

  35. Ex-officer 'experienced fire arms officer'

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    The Old Bailey jury were told that Anthony Long joined the police in 1975 and was an experienced specialist firearms officer at the time he shot Azelle Rodney.

    "It is imperative that specialist firearms officers act professionally at all times, and that they only take the extreme step of opening fire in a public street when absolutely necessary," Max Hill QC, prosecuting, said.

    He added: "We say that Azelle Rodney and the other men in the Golf were embarked on criminal activity that day, and they deserved to be stopped, to be arrested, and to be dealt with for any crimes they had committed.

    "They did not deserve to be shot and killed, and it was not necessary that this should happen to Azelle Rodney."

  36. Coming up

    BBC London 94.9

    Coming up on BBC London 94.9, Robert Elms will be speaking with Stephen Coates, the co-curator of a new exhibition which will feature a series of talks in each capsule of the London Eye.

    "32 Londoners" will feature talks on Londoners who were born elsewhere but found their fate in the capital, from Dick Whittington to Julian Assange. The event takes place tomorrow evening.

  37. Greenford and Ealing Broadway signalling failure

    BBC Travel

    There are no First Great Western trains between Greenford and Ealing Broadway following a signal failure

    Train services running to and from the stations could be cancelled or delayed by up to an hour.

    For the latest travel news follow @BBCTravelAlert.

  38. Ex-marksman fired eight shots at Azelle Rodney

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    On the evening of 30 April 2005, specialist armed officers were authorised to use special tactics to stop and apprehend Azelle Rodney and other two suspects he was travelling with, the Old Bailey has heard.

    Max Hill QC, prosecuting, told the jury Anthony Long, a former police officer, fired eight shots from short range and six of them hit Mr Rodney.

    Anthony Long

    He said: "The prosecution say that it was not necessary for Mr Long to open fire upon the Golf and Azelle Rodney."

    "Therefore, we say, Mr Long was not acting lawfully when he opened fire. That being so, Mr Long's actions in deliberately killing Azelle Rodney, when it was not necessary to do so, make Mr Long guilty of murder."

  39. Ex-police marksman on trial for murder

    Dominic Casciani

    Home affairs correspondent

    A former police officer has gone on trial for the alleged murder of a suspect in London ten years ago.

    Anthony Long, 58, is accused of unlawfully killing 24-year-old Azelle Rodney in April 2005.

    Azelle Rodney

    Mr Long shot Mr Rodney six times during a major operation to apprehend an armed gang. The former specialist firearms officer denies murder and the Old Bailey trial is expected to last up to six weeks.

  40. Law 'fails to hold officers to account'

    Hugh Southey QC, representing Jean Charles de Menezes' family, told the European Court of Human Rights he would argue that previous investigations into the death did not satisfy the requirements of Article 2 of the European Convention on Human Rights, which covers the right to life.

    Jean Charles de Menezes was shot at Stockwell Tube station after being mistaken for a terror suspect.

    Relatives of Jean Charles de Menezes at the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg

    "We submit that the legal test does not correspond to Article 2 and fails to hold the officers to account. The investigation did not satisfy Article 2, it does not justify that the shooting was lawful," said Mr Southey.

  41. Nominations close for Labour's London Mayor candidate

    Nominations close today in the contest to find Labour's candidate for next year's London Mayoral election.

    Those in the running include Dame Tessa Jowell, MPs Sadiq Kahn, David Lammy, Diane Abbott,and Gareth Thomas - plus transport expert Christian Wolmar.

    A shortlist of candidates will be drawn up after interviews on Saturday.

  42. Latest updates

    The top stories on BBC London Live:

    • The family of Jean Charles de Menezes, who was shot dead by police who thought he was a suicide bomber, have taken their legal battle to the European Court of Human Rights.
    • A man is arrested after dousing himself with petrol outside the BBC's bulding in central London
    • Britain's first memorial to honour soldiers who died in the Battle of Waterloo will be unveiled later to mark its 200th anniversary
  43. 'No quick decision' on airport expansion

    The Airports Commission is expected to bring out its final report in which it will recommend whether a new runway should be built at Gatwick or Heathrow this summer.


    However a report in the Financial Times said the Government could delay making a decision about Sir Howard Davies' report until Christmas.

    BBC assistant political editor Norman Smith said government sources had told him ministers would take "some time" to consider Sir Howard's findings.

  44. Happy birthday!

    Prince Philip celebrates his 94th birthday today.

    Prince Philip

    Last night he joined the Queen, Prince Charles and Prince Harry at a pageant at the Royal Hospital in Chelsea to mark two centuries of unbroken Gurkha service to the crown.

    Princes Charles and Harry with a group of soldiers from the Brigade of Gurkhas
  45. Green Party 'want to abolish' Tower Hamlets mayor

    BBC London 94.9

    John Foster, the Green Party candidate for the Tower Hamlets mayoral elections, said he would like to abolish the elected mayor after next term.

    He told BBC London 94.9: "The problem with the mayor at the moment is too much power in one person's hands."

    He added that councillors were elected to represent the people and if an elected mayor chose to ignore them then it was not very democratic.

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  46. UKIP mayoral candidate 'not anti-immigration'

    Nicholas McQueen, the UKIP candidate in the Tower Hamlets mayoral, said he was not "anti-immigration".

    "I am not an anti-immigration party and the policies I am putting out make sense," he told BBC London 94.9.

    "I was born here, I live here and I am probably going to die here. It is very important to me that we get fair across the borough."

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  47. Eavesdropping

    BBC Radio 4

    BBC Radio Four is teaming up with the British Library to record and archive conversations for future generations to hear as part of The Listening Project.

    Listening project

    A recording studio will be based outside the library for the next two days with the aim of documenting real life discussions that will be available for the public and researchers to listen to.

  48. Specialist officers looking at bags at BBC building

    The Met Police said they were called at about 09:11 to the BBC, in Portland Place, to reports of a man threatening to set fire to himself.

    Cordon outside BBC Building

    Officers said they were still at the scene as a precaution and specialist officers were looking at two bags. The building has not been evacuated.

  49. No-one harmed in suspected attack on BBC Building

    The person was dealt with quickly by security, police have also put a cordon in place at the scene in Portland Place.

    Cordon outside the BBC Building

    The London Fire Brigade were also on the scene to clear a flammable liquid. No-one had been hurt and there was no fire.

  50. BBC Building cordoned off after suspected attack

    New Broadcasting House, in central London, has been cordoned off after a man poured petrol over himself and attempted to set himself on fire.

    Suspect and police at New Broadcasting House

    According to eyewitnesses the suspect was shouting slogans. Police said a man has been arrested over the incident.

  51. Challenging the status quo

    Elaine Bagshawe, the Liberal Democrat candidate, said the party wanted to challenge the "status quo".

    "We are a borough that for a long time has been known as the most deprived in London," she said.

    "Over a third of our children have grown up in poverty for me it is about challenging the status quo and making sure we are innovation and doing something different."

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  52. Campaigner wants to get rid of mayoral corruption

    BBC London 94.9

    Andy Erlam, an independent candidate for the "anti-corruption" party Red Flag, said he had "fantastic support in the community" for his mayoral bid. Mr Erlam was one of four voters who led a successful legal fight to oust former mayor Lutfur Rahman.

    He told BBC London 94.9: "My role is to make sure we don't just get rid of corruption but that we build the strongest and best form of local government that people deserve".

    Andy Erlam, Elaine Bagshawe and Penny Smith

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  53. Animal Welfare Party to tackle three issues in Tower Hamlets

    BBC London 94.9

    Vanessa Hudson, mayoral candidate for the Animal Welfare Party, said the key issues the party wanted to tackle were health, climate change and animal welfare in Tower Hamlets.

    She told BBC London 94.9: "We are one of the only parties who have any policies on tackling what are three of the biggest issues facing human society today. All these three problems are interlinked and we have a solution for the three."

    She added she would scrap the council newspaper and the mayoral car to save money if elected, and she would also make savings on free school meals by not spending so much on animal products.

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  54. Peter Golds: Rahman had a 'shocking record'

    BBC London 94.9

    Peter Golds, the Conservative candidate for the Tower Hamlets mayoral election told BBC London 94.9 the borough needed to move on from the previous administration.

    "I think the record was absolutely shocking," he said. "It is absolutely tragic anyone will defend that - people should be hanging their head in shame.

    He added: "We have got to have openness and we have also got to ensure Tower Hamlets joins London and the UK. The problem with Tower Hamlets under the Rahman administration it was completely isolated and inward looking - it was if nothing happened west of Brick Lane and north of Hackney Road."

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  55. Rabina Khan: 'I am not a stooge for Rahman'

    BBC London 94.9

    Independent candidate Rabina Khan, told BBC London 94.9, she was not a "stooge" for the previous mayor Lutfur Rahman.

    "The judgment is there, it has been delivered and it is up to Lutfur Rahman to challenge it - but I stand on my own record," she said.

    "I have been asked am I some kind of stooge for Lutfur Rahman and unfortunately I am not even a stooge for my husband - who has difficulties managing me so it would be difficult for another man to manage me."

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  56. Do you want an elected mayor?

    BBC London 94.9

    The ten candidates hoping to become the next mayor of Tower Hamlets have just one day left to try and win residents' votes.

    Four boroughs in London have elected Mayors - if you have one do you find it useful? And if you don't would you like one?

    More with Vanessa from 09:00 on BBC London 94.9.

  57. Tower Hamlets candidates set out stalls

    Susana Mendonça

    BBC London 94.9 political reporter

    Traders set out stalls in Poplar as the Tower Hamlets mayoral candidates set out their own stalls on BBC London 94.9's Breakfast show a day before the borough votes.

    Poplar market

    If you missed any of the candidates talking about their plans for the role don't forget you can listen again.

  58. Labour mayoral candidate wants 'more transparency'

    BBC London 94.9

    Tomorrow residents in Tower Hamlets go to the polls to elect a new mayor after the east London borough's previous mayor Lutfur Rahman was removed from office after being found guilty of electoral fraud.

    John Biggs, the Labour candidate, told BBC London 94.9 if he was elected he would ensure all communities were working together.

    Mr Biggs said: "It is about being more transparent, about having meetings in public, about explaining every decision we take."

    View the full list of mayoral candidates here.

  59. de Menezes family take fight to European court

    The family of Brazilian man, Jean Charles de Menezes, who was shot dead by police in London who mistakenly thought he was a suicide bomber are due to take their legal battle to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.

    Jean Charles de Menezes

    His family are challenging a decision not to prosecute anyone for murder over the electrician's death in July 2005.

    Mr de Menezes was shot amid a frantic operation to hunt down the men responsible for the failed suicide bombings of 21 July 2005 - attacks that came after the deaths of 52 people in four similar explosions two weeks earlier.

  60. Congestion is causing delays

    BBC Travel

    Congestion is causing delays on the A3216 Queenstown Road in both directions in Battersea at the Prince Of Wales Drive junction in the roadworks area.

    And also traffic on the A3 Kennington Park Road northbound in Kennington is very slow between the Clapham Road junction and Elephant and Castle also due to roadworks.

    For travel updates on twitter follow @BBCTravelAlert or on our travel page.

  61. Feeling warmer

    Kate Kinsella

    BBC Weather, London

    It will be a cloudy to start to the day, although the cloud will thin and break up leaving sunny spells this afternoon. It will also feel a little warmer than yesterday.

    Top temperature: 20C (68F).