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- Updates on Monday 4 April 2016
BBC London presenter
Any residual showers will die away over the next couple of hours to leave a dry night across the city, with some clear spells developing in places.
This will allow a few mist and fog patches to form in prone areas such as Lea Valley, towards dawn.Copyright: BBC
Minimum Temperature: 6C (43F)
Brixton's barrows have been a colourful part of market life since the 19th century but these days there are few left and some of them are looking a little worse for wear.
However, with some specialist help they're now being restored, to preserve an important part of south London's heritage.
Emilia Papadopoulos spoke to Stuart Horwood, CEO of the Brixton Market Traders Federation, to find out more.
Police say they believe a 53-year-old woman found in a Greenwich road with serious injuries was the victim of hit-and-run crash.Copyright: Google
The injured woman was discovered hurt in Burrage Road, Woolwich, on Saturday evening.
She was taken to hospital where she is being treated for two fractures to her back and a fractured pelvis.
Scotland Yard believes she was hit by a vehicle and have appealed for witnesses who may have seen a silver coloured Ford Fiesta driving through the area.
On 4 April 1827 Joseph Lister was born to parents in Scotland.Copyright: Hulton Archive/Getty Images
He became a skilled surgeon and building on Pasteur's Germ Theory cut the death rate among patients from 46% to 15% by spraying instruments and bandages with a 1-in-20 solution of carbolic acid.
It wasn't until 1890 however that surgeons commonly sterilised their instruments and wore protective rubber gloves.
Visitors to The Photographers' Gallery would have come across an unexpected sight earlier.Copyright: AFP
A crane is being used to drop sections of an old Fiat 500 Topolino car through the roof as part of a new exhibition.Copyright: AP
The artwork, by Erik Kessels, is called "unfinished father" and will be on display in an exhibition that opens to the public on 15 April.Copyright: AP
BBC Radio London Political Reporter
Labour mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan has unveiled his latest campaign poster.
At the event, he told me he will sell off the capital's water cannon and invest the money in youth centres to deter young people from knife crime, if he becomes mayor.
Zac Goldsmith has said he would guarantee the Met's entire force of 32,000 officers is safeguarded, if he is elected mayor.Copyright: PA
Unveiling his "Action Plan" to tackle extremism in the capital, the Conservative candidate said he would also create a new team of "Cyber Specials" to tackle online radicalisation.
"The first and gravest responsibility of the Mayor of London is to keep this city safe", he said.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a fatal stabbing in Barnet.Copyright: BBC
Ali Nasrollahi, 22, was found collapsed in Woodside Park in Barnet on 29 March and died later in hospital.
The men, aged 29 and 23, were arrested on Sunday and are currently in custody.
Two other men, Bright Osei, 21, of north Finchley, and Nelphy Lelu, 22, of Golders Green, have already been charged with his murder.
Chris Eubank Jr has responded to news that his boxing opponent Nick Blackwell has awoken from his coma after last week's match.
Ji So-Yun scored a hat-trick against Aston Villa as holders Chelsea cruised into the Women's FA Cup semi-finals.Copyright: The FA
Chelsea were only 1-0 up at the break, but scored three goals in the final five minutes for a 6-0 victory.
Meanwhile, Arsenal needed penalties to beat Notts County's 10 players and reach the last four after a thrilling 2-2 draw.
A 20-year-old cat has been found decapitated outside her home in Kingston, prompting fears a serial cat killer has struck again.Copyright: Snarl
The animal killings made headlines last year after several cats were found gutted and decapitated.
South Norwood Animal Rescue and Liberty (Snarl) says more than 50 foxes, rabbits and cats have now been attacked around the capital.
Homeowners living in high flood-risk areas of the capital should now be able to save hundreds of pounds on their insurance premiums.
A new scheme called Flood Re, has been designed to cut bills for those whose homes are in danger of flooding.Copyright: Getty Images
However, some MPs have criticised the scheme saying it was not good value for money while thousands of houses will be excluded.
There are 38,438 homes at risk of floods in London, according to Flood Re.
Investigative TV show
A huge leak of confidential documents reveals some of the cash from one of Britain's most notorious crimes was laundered using a company set up by a Panamanian law firm.Copyright: pa
Documents show Mossack Fonseca formed a company that was used to launder money from the 1983 Brink's Mat robbery.
The bullion, worth £26m at 1983 gold prices, was stolen from a warehouse at Heathrow and disappeared, believed to be offshore.
Mossack Fonseca says it cannot comment on specific cases and it has never been charged with criminal wrong-doing.
Nick Blackwell has woken from his induced coma, following his fight with Chris Eubank Jr at Wembley last week.Copyright: Rex Features
The 25-year-old was taken to a London hospital after the British middleweight title contest was stopped in round 10.
Blackwell woke from the induced coma on Saturday and by Sunday was talking to family and friends at his bedside, promoters Hennessey Sports have said.
Dame Judi Dench, Mark Gattis and Denise Gough were among those celebrating after they received awards at the Olivier's last night.
Get West London
People in the capital are doing more overtime than anywhere else in the country, according to a new report.