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- Updates on Tuesday 26 January 2016
Staying cloudy overnight with further outbreaks of rain, heavy at times, especially over southern coastal counties.
Remaining windy with coastal gales, but this will keep overnight temperatures mild.
Lows of of 11C (51F).
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Bend It Like Beckham has been named best musical at the Critics' Circle Theatre Awards.
The win comes just days after it was announced the show would be closing in the West End.
Two men have been found bleeding from stab wounds in Sandy Hill, Woolwich, at around 16:00, the Met has reported.
Both men have been taken to a south London hospital for treatment to stab wounds.
Their injuries are being treated as life threatening at this time.
Greenwich Borough CID is at the scene investigating the incident.
There are some road closures in the area.
New homes will be built on the south London site of a former mental hospital where David Bowie's brother Terry Burns lived for 16 years.Copyright: Hywel Williams
The original US release of David Bowie's album The Man Who Sold the World featured a cartoon-like cover drawing of a cowboy in front of the institution in Coulsdon, in Croydon.
The Cane Hill psychiatric hospital closed in 1991.
Cane Hill Park will be a development of 660 new homes.Copyright: Barratt
- Paedophile Trevor Monk, who filmed himself abusing young girls in the Philippines, has been jailed for 19 and a half years.
- Corrupt ex-mayor Lutfur Rahman has failed in his bid to over-turn a five year order banning him from running for office
- Sian Blake partner, Arthur Simpson-Kent, 'to return to UK voluntarily' after Ghanaian court hearing
There are delays anti-clockwise on the M25 between J29 and J28 because of an earlier broken-down vehicle, a fuel spillage and emergency repairs.
Two lanes are closed, causing queuing traffic.
BBC London News
BBC London on BBC One at 18:30 will bring you the latest on the partner of former EastEnders actress Sian Blake.
Arthur Simpson-Kent, has volunteered to return to the UK, after flying to Ghana when Sian and their two children went missing in December.
Police in Britain wanted him brought back to London for questioning after their bodies were found buried in their back garden in Erith earlier this month.
Also, could you be an ambassador of the capital's canals? The trust that looks after London's waterways is seeking volunteer lock keepers to help out.
A man who admitted sexually abusing children in the Philippines has been given a prison sentence of 19 years and six months at the Old Bailey.Copyright: PA
Trevor Monk admitted 18 charges including sexual assault of a child under 13.
He filmed the abuse and the youngest victim was just eight years old.
Police discovered he had first paid to watch the abuse online from his home in Erith, Bexley.
He spent more than £14,000 over four years to pay for what he called "shows".
He then travelled to Manila to carry out the abuse in person.
Officers found more than 80,000 obscene images at his home and hundreds of videos.
Judge Anuja Dhir said they showed "harrowing images of very young children being abused and degraded in the most vile manner".
West Ham right-back Carl Jenkinson suffered a 'significant' knee injury in the 2-2 draw with Manchester City last weekend.
Jenkinson, 23, who is on loan from Arsenal, had to be replaced when he injured his left knee conceding a first-half penalty at Upton Park for a foul on Sergio Aguero.
A previously unknown story by Beatrix Potter is to be published for the first time, after being discovered in the Victoria and Albert Museum archives.Copyright: Frederick Warne & co/The V&A museum
The Tale of Kitty in Boots had languished in obscurity for over a century before being discovered by publisher Jo Hanks
It is about a black cat that leads a double life, but also features familiar characters like Peter Rabbit and Mrs Tiggy-Winkle.
A cyclist who went missing after being involved in a collision with a car this morning in Hounslow is being sought by police, who are concerned for his welfare.
It is believed he is injured.Copyright: Metropolitan Police
It is believed he is injured.
Officers were called to Staines Road junction with Cromwell Road, just before 09:00 following reports of a collision between a car and a man on foot.
The injured pedestrian, a man in his 50s, was taken to a west London hospital where he remains in a serious but stable condition after injuring his leg.
A cyclist was also involved in a collision with the car prior to it colliding with the pedestrian.
Police say they are searching for him "as a matter of urgency".
The partner of Sian Blake left a court in Accra with police officers after he told judges he will return to the UK voluntarily.
Arthur Simpson-Kent said he would have returned previously had he not been arrested.
He left the UK on 19 December following the deaths of his former partner and their two young sons.
The former mayor of Tower Hamlets has failed in a bid to reduce the number of years he is banned from running for office.Copyright: AFP
Lutfur Rahman - who was the directly elected mayor of the east London borough - was found found guilty of corrupt and illegal practices in April.
He wanted to mount a High Court challenge to rulings made by the Election Commissioner Richard Mawrey in the hope he could return to political life before the end of the decade.
Two judges gave Mr Rahman permission to launch a judicial review on one aspect on Mr Mawrey's ruling - relating to the way religious leaders had been persuaded to use influence on voters.
But they said the law meant that, if even if he succeeded in overturning that one aspect of the ruling at a final judicial review hearing, his five-year ban would remain in place.
Mr Rahman would not comment after the hearing today.
Trains running to and from London Waterloo may be delayed up to five minutes due to a faulty set of points this morning, South West Trains has warned.
Trains which leave from platform 11 to 14 are using a different line, which may cause congestion during afternoon rush hour. Disruption to services is expected until 02:00 tomorrow.
Stanhope, the developers of the Ruskin Square site alongside East Croydon Station, are to begin work on a second office block with the taxman now seeming likely to take up tenancy in both pieces of real estate.
A new playing surface at a sports pitch in Fitzrovia will revitalise the public open space says a youth charity but opponents say that football is being favoured over other sports and local children’s playtime at the ground is being cut.
The former mayor of Tower Hamlets has launched an appeal after being found guilty of corrupt and illegal practices.Copyright: AFP
Lutfur Rahman - who was the directly-elected mayor of Tower Hamlets in east London - wants to mount a High Court challenge to a ruling by Election Commissioner Richard Mawrey.
Mr Rahman was convicted of wrongdoing by Mr Mawrey in April after an Election Court trial in London.
Mr Rahman wants Mr Mawrey's ruling to be subjected to a judicial review in the High Court.
Judges are expected to make a decision on whether permission should be granted later.
Home affairs correspondent, BBC London
A teenager was stabbed to death by two 15-year-old boys in an apparently motiveless attack which lasted less than a minute, the Old Bailey heard earlier.
Shaquan Fearon, 17, was attacked and killed at a housing estate in Brockley on 3 September, jurors were told.
His friend, Junior Inneh - who's now 18 - was slashed in his face but survived.
Shaquan's mother, who was in court, covered her eyes and was supported by a police officer as CCTV footage of the attack was played to the jury.
The two boys in the dock - who can't be named for legal reasons - both deny three counts of murder, attempted murder and wounding with intent.
The trial continues.