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- Updates for Wednesday 10 February
This evening and tonight any lingering showers will clear. The wind will fall light and it will turn colder, with a frost expected in places by dawn.
Minimum temperature: 2C (36F).
An arrest warrant was issued in October for Lucas Piazon, 21, who is currently on loan to Reading, and his Brazilian team-mate, goalkeeper Andrey da Silva Ventura, 22 after it was claimed a sexual assault took place during the Pan-Am Games in July.
The allegation against Piazon has been dropped but his team-mate is still being investigated.
Five City brokers have been cleared of helping to rig a key lending rate used between banks.
The group were accused of helping jailed banker Tom Hayes, who worked for Swiss bank UBS, to manipulate the Libor rate that banks use to lend money to one another.
Chelsea is set to start their defence of the Women's Super League against newly promoted Doncaster Rovers Belles when the new season gets under way on 23 March.
BBC Sport examines what could be key moments for each of the nine clubs during the 2016 campaign.
Holocaust survivors and their families have created a handmade memory quilt to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the death camps.
The quilt, which is on display at the Camden Jewish Museum commemorates a group of survivors called ‘The Boys’ – orphaned child survivors who were brought to the UK by the British Government.
The quilt has 168 squares made by the survivors and their families.
France captain Guilhem Guirado (left) and England captain Dylan Hartley stand alongside the Six Nations trophy during the official launch at The Hurlingham Club in Fulham.
A man has been charged with a murder committed nearly 19 years ago after being extradited from America.
Foyjur Rahman, 44, has been charged with murdering of 25-year-old Abdus Samad (pictured) in Alwyne Villas, Islington on 21 May in 1997, the Met said.
Police are investigating an incident where four men were taken ill and required treatment after possibly taking drugs and suffering a reaction.
Officers in Kingston were called to Adams Walk, Eden Street at 14:52 after concerns were raised about their welfare.
London Ambulance Service attended and four of the five men in the street required treatment and were taken to west London hospitals for assessment.
BBC London News
On the programme at 18:30 on BBC One: Is the fate of the Met's commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, in the hands of Mayor Boris Johnson?
And we look at the sharp rise in hip replacement operations for younger people and find out if running is to blame.
Some students at University College London are refusing to pay their rent because they say its too expensive and rates are going up too quickly.
They're demanding a 40% cut.
Campaigners say average rent has gone up by more than half since 2009. In response the University says it is keeping costs as low as possible.
Thousands of students could be squeezed out of further education if plans for college closures and mergers go ahead, the National Union of Students has warned.
A series of reviews will decide how the sector will be restructured, but the NUS says merged colleges will mean more travel and expense for students
There is also concern that in cities including London, some young men would be reluctant to travel to another borough or postcode for fear of gang violence.
BBC Radio London
The A404 Harrow Road in Kensal Green is closed and there is queuing traffic eastbound between the B450 Kilburn Lane junction and the Sixth Avenue junction, because of an accident.
Diversion are in place for bus routes 18, 28 and 228.
Last year, the BBC's Sam Piranty was given access by the Catalan police, Mossos D'Esquadra, to an investigation into a Nigerian sex-trafficking gang.
He spoke to traffickers and women rescued from sexual slavery before filming an early morning raid in November, which led to 23 arrests.
London Mayoral candidate George Galloway has won permission to sue the internet giant Google over allegations made at a loyalist protest in Belfast.
The remarks were recorded at a picket outside a talk in 2014 before being uploaded to YouTube, which is owned by Google.
The action is believed to be the first of its kind anywhere in Europe over comments broadcast on YouTube.