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- Updates on Monday 1 February 2016
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BBC London News
Coming up on air at 18:30, BBC London's Gareth Furby will have more on the story about the co-founder of the group Trollstation - professional pranksters - who is facing jail after admitting a bomb hoax.
Meanwhile, the head of the organisation which represents police officers, the Metropolitan Police Federation, says in this current climate their antics could result in someone getting killed.
On the roads, there is severe traffic on the M25 Essex clockwise between J27 M11 and J28 A1023 due to an accident earlier on.
And there is congestion on the A40 Western Avenue westbound in Acton from the northern roundabout to Savoy Circus.
On the trains, there are delays of up to 25 minutes on the Gatwick Express between Victoria and Gatwick Airport due to a passenger falling ill at Clapham Junction.
A mechanic who admitted raping and strangling a family friend who he was living with has been jailed for life.Copyright: Met Police
Peter Kibisu was lodging with trainee lawyer Elizabeth Nnyanzi and her family at their Harrow home when he attacked the 31-year-old in her bedroom.
The court heard Kibisu, 24, had tried to cover his tracks after the murder in August 2015 but was caught when police found his DNA on the victim.
Time Out London
Kew's orchid festival, erotic baking in Shoreditch and a century of Vogue at the National Portrait Gallery also feature.
Skies will be mostly clear, although there may be the odd shower moving through at times.
Minimum temperature: 6C (43F).
Football Manager computer game expert
"Pato has the all-round attributes to be a good player, with plus 15 stats for technique, flair, and first touch, but poor marks for bravery and determination make him a risky signing for a Premier League side.Copyright: Getty Images
"Though valued at just over £10million, his career has been on the slide since his Sao Paulo days and he’s little more than a stop-gap."
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They started it after lamenting what they both saw as a lack of fun fitness options available in the capital.
They gym has a pay-as-you-go model, giving their customers the flexibility to drop in on classes, such dance sessions as "Frame Rave", "Music Video" and "80s Aerobics", and now has branches in Queen's Park and King's Cross.
A prosthetic leg, a life-sized Spiderman doll and enough musical instruments to "form a band" - including a drum kit - were left on London's trains and buses last year.
More than 300,000 items left on the transport network included a full-size house carpet, a judge's wig and an envelope containing £15,000 in cash.Copyright: PA
An urn of ashes was returned to its rightful owner after being kept in lost property for seven years.
Twenty-two per cent of the belongings were returned last year, said Transport for London.
A Yorkshire terrier has been stolen from a 10-year-old boy outside a supermarket in Croydon, say police.Copyright: Met Police
The dog was stolen on 4 December at around 15:00 in Parkway, New Addington.
Police say the suspect is a white male of slim build, aged between 18 and 22 with brown hair. He was wearing dark clothes with white trainers.
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Motorists will be issued with £100 fines and three warnings before a criminal prosecution is sought.
Havering Council, which will implement the scheme, says the current parking situation meant children faced an "imminent threat to life".
London-born Rebecca Hall is being tipped for success in her role in the film Christine about the American TV journalist Christine Chubbuck, who shot herself live on air in 1974 and died the next day.Copyright: Film Publicity
Ms Hall, who starred in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona, says when she first saw the script she "threw it across the coffee table" as she was "angered and upset" - and that is why she wanted to do the film.
She says the film contained "some of the most difficult work I've ever had to do".
BBC Sport chief football writer
This is clearly a surprise to the captain, as he admitted it was "not going to be a fairytale ending".Copyright: Getty
He has made it clear he wanted to stay on but this move has come from the top of club.
Chelsea may simply be working on the basis of brutal realism. Terry was 35 in December and has heavy mileage on a clock that has been running since 28 October 1998.
A 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder after Harjit Singh Dulai was stabbed to death by the Rosedale Park tennis courts in Hayes, west London, the Met Police says.Copyright: Met Poloce
The 44-year-old was attacked on 27 January.
Police say five other men have been arrested on suspicion of murder as part of the investigation.