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- Updates for Wednesday 24 February 2016
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Amy Winehouse died nearly five years ago, but her name will still be part of the Brit Awards as she is nominated in the best solo female category, a prize she won in 2007.Copyright: Altitude Film Distribution UK
And as the music industry remembers her, an organisation set up in her name is helping vulnerable people on an industrial estate in north London.
BBC London News
Coming up on air this evening: BBC London's Daniel Henry will be speaking to the businesses under Brixton arches which, after 40 years, will be evicted so Network Rail can redevelop the area.
The move will displace tenants who fear they will be unable to return due to huge rent increases.
The A12 has reopened southbound at Blackwall Tunnel but the traffic is disrupted to Wick Lane, on the A13 to Cannon Street Road and Prince Regent Lane.
And there is slow traffic on the A308 New King's Road eastbound in Fulham between the A217 Wandsworth Bridge Road junction and the A3220 Gunter Grove junction.
Tonight will be mostly dry across the county with some good clear spells, allowing a widespread frost to develop.
There may also be icy patches in places.
Minimum Temperature: -1C (30F).
Thirteen climate change protesters whose demonstration at Heathrow caused 25 flights to be cancelled have been banned from Heathrow and will have to do 120 to 180 hours unpaid community work.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane will miss Thursday's Europa League last-32 second leg with Fiorentina at White Hart Lane with a broken nose.Copyright: Getty Images
Kane, 22, was injured in the FA Cup fifth-round loss to Crystal Palace.
A sheltered-accommodation block for blind people run by The Thomas Pocklington Trust is due to close.
It's the third residential scheme that the charity has shut. We speak to the residents affected by the closure of Pocklington Court in Roehampton, south-west London, and ask the Deputy CEO of the charity, Keith Valentine, why they've made this decision and what will happen next.
Muscular Dystrophy UK is calling for clarity on the new Crossrail Elizabeth Line map - as the symbols indicating where there is disabled access and where there is none are the wrong way around.
Chief executive of Muscular Dystrophy UK Robert Meadowcroft says the error was regrettable and would "not fill disabled passengers with confidence".
He adds: "Many disabled people remain deeply frustrated that on the brand new line, a huge investment for London, not all the stations will be fully accessible.
"I urge Crossrail to consider the issue of full accessibility again."
Scots nurse Pauline Cafferkey is in a "stable" condition in a London hospital after being admitted for a third time since contracting Ebola.Copyright: PA
The 40-year-old from South Lanarkshire was flown south after being admitted to Glasgow's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
She was put on an RAF Hercules aircraft which took her to London where she was taken to the Royal Free Hospital.
Ms Cafferkey was treated there twice in 2015 after contracting Ebola in Sierra Leone the previous year.
The idea of a directly elected mayor for Croydon has been put back on the agenda by the local MP, ostensibly as a populist proposal to reform the running of the local council.
A councillor accused of sending a "menacing" tweet aimed at London MP Labour and Labour's mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan, is set to stand trial on 11 March after claiming the message was not grossly offensive.Copyright: PA
Jim Buckley was expelled by his local Conservative group in November after deleting a message which likened Mr Khan's constituency office in London to a corner shop.
Buckley, 60, spoke only to enter a plea of not guilty and confirm his personal details during a 10-minute hearing at Leamington Spa Magistrates' Court in Warwickshire.
Magistrates heard that Buckley, now an independent councillor for the Hillmorton ward of Rugby Borough Council, accepted posting a tweet in the Tooting area of London which read: "Your next London Mayor? You think his corner shop would be open on a Saturday?"
His solicitor, Mohammad Farooq, told the court: "My client accepts sending the tweet. However he would argue that there is a fine line between sending something which is insensitive and something which is grossly offensive."
An investigation will be launched after a hole was drilled in a tunnel over a Central Line train on Monday night, says London Underground (LU).
The contractors were thought to be working on an extension to the Westfield shopping centre in White City.
A piece of concrete was discovered on top of a train on Tuesday.
LU says it will carry out a "full investigation into the cause of this issue alongside those involved".
A jury at the Old Bailey in the case of a carer accused of murdering her father has retired to consider its verdict.
Claire Darbyshire, 36, allegedly suffocated 67-year-old Brian, who was bedridden with multiple sclerosis, at their home in Wykeham Green, Dagenham, on 2 September last year.
She was found wandering around the cliff tops on the Kent coast the next evening, shivering and asking for help, the court heard.
Ms Darbyshire denies murder, saying it was a suicide pact as her father's MS had become intolerable.
There was huge controversy in a Champions League Under-19 game between Valencia and Chelsea yesterday.
The game went to a shootout, which Chelsea won. The only problem is one of Valencia's penalties crossed the line before rebounding out off a stanchion - but the referee thought it had hit the post and did not allow it.
Valencia boss Gary Neville described it as "scandalous" and Chelsea said the ball "clearly crossed the line".
Last night, with Arsenal 1-0 down to Barcelona in the final 10 minutes, boss Arsene Wenger brought Mathieu Flamini on to shore up the Gunners midfield.Copyright: Reuters
But 47 seconds later he conceded a penalty which Lionel Messi scored to put the tie almost beyond doubt.
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BBC London News
Coming up on air this lunchtime, BBC London's Tom Edwards will have more on the warning from Transport for London (TfL) that the noise from the Night Tube could seriously affect residents living close to tracks and stations.
The warning, which came from an internal review, has led to calls for TfL to repair noisy sections of the line before the service starts - but the organisation says it is confident residents won't be disturbed.