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- Updates on Thursday 26 May 2016
This evening and overnight will remain dry with some lengthy clear spells across London, however some low cloud may begin to spread into the far east later.
Minimum temperature 9C (48F).
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Coming up on BBC London News this evening:
Sadiq Khan has made his first intervention on the EU Referendum after he called on Londoners to stay in Europe - we'll be assessing what impact this could have on the vote.
And we'll be finding out about a new Winnie-the-Pooh adventure which sees the celebrated bear head to the capital for a double birthday celebration.Copyright: PA
Join me at 18:30 on BBC One.
More people around the UK are speaking like Londoners compared to the 1950s, researchers have found.Copyright: Thinkstock
About 30,000 people used the English Dialects app, which was created by developers at Cambridge University, to answer questions about the pronunciation of words such as "scone".
The researchers said initial results showed a decline in the number of distinctive regional accents with a lot more people now speaking like "southerners".
An Islington vicar has posted a picture of a man on Twitter who he said he found in his house shortly before discovering his late wife's jewellery was missing.Copyright: Revd Simon Harvey/PA
Reverend Simon Harvey said he was "devastated" after realising rings belonging to his wife Jennifer, who died nine weeks ago, had been taken from their Islington home.
Mr Harvey, who is a vicar at St Mary's Church in Upper Street, wrote: "I found this man in my house yesterday. Can you help find my late wife's stolen jewellery? Contact police on 101."
He has said he is willing to meet with the thief to "help him find some redemption".
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Millwall manager Neil Harris says the "pride is back in the club" as they prepare for the League One play-off final against Barnsley on Sunday.
Harris told BBC Radio London: "We have a terrific bunch of lads who have great spirit. Whatever happens we have foundations to build on."
Victory would secure an immediate return to the Championship, after the Lions saw their five-year stay in the second tier come to an end last season.
A church in Addiscombe has been found to be in breach of fire safety regulations.
There is disruption in Bloomsbury where one lane is closed on the A40 Theobald's Road eastbound between the Southampton Row junction and the Old Gloucester Street junction because of an earlier vehicle fire.
And a lane is blocked on the A4201 Regent Street/St James northbound at the Jermyn Street junction because of an accident.
A commemoration event has been held in Waltham Forest to remember "boy hero" Jack Cornwell who died following the Battle of Jutland.Copyright: PA
A memorial paving stone was unveiled at Coronation Gardens to mark 100 years since the conflict.Copyright: PA
David Cornwell, a relative of the 16-year-old who died in the battle and was posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery, was at the service.Copyright: PA
Elsewhere, the Duke of York attended a ceremony on board HMS Duncan in West India Dock.Copyright: PA
He left a personal message in the "Jutland Capsule" which will be taken on the ship when it later sails to the Jutland Bank as part of the centenary events.
The battle on 31 May 1916 saw 6,094 British and 2,551 German personnel lose their lives.
Pedicab drivers who charge extortionate fares for short journeys will be driven off the road under a new licensing scheme, the government says.
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A billboard promoting a women’s heritage exhibition where Jack the Ripper stalked London’s East End has been vandalised with black paint carefully covering the venue details.
Plans for a £200m private railway to improve transport links between Windsor and London have been unveiled.Copyright: Windsor Link Railway
Windsor Link Railway's "master plan" includes the regeneration of the riverside and the creation of a tunnel to allow through trains from Slough to join the Waterloo line.
Proposals also include the development of new homes and office buildings as well as creating a direct line from Windsor to Paddington and Heathrow Airport.
WLR said the track would be the "first privately funded addition to the core network for over 100 years".
A man accused of harassing the father of a woman who killed herself told the grieving man to "keep quiet or face the consequences", a court has heard.
Alexander Economou, 37, is accused of harassing David de Freitas, whose 22-year-old daughter Eleanor killed herself three days before she faced court on suspicion of making a false rape claim against Mr Economou.
Prosecutor William Emlyn Jones said the alleged harassment against Mr de Freitas began on 6 November 2014 after Mr Economou learned he was approaching the media about the inquest and allegedly hand-delivered a letter to his home address.
"The effect of the letter was to make him feel extremely frightened and intimidated and distressed," he said.
But David Lee, defending, said the letter was not designed to cause distress or alarm or harass anyone,"
Mr Economou, of King's Road, denies a charge of harrassment without violence.
Eurostar has launched a new website where customers will need a Facebook account to access the company's lowest fares.Copyright: PA
Snap allows passengers to buy one-way tickets from £25 as long as they log in to the social network, the cross-channel firm said.
Passengers can select a date and whether they want to leave before or after noon for travel between London and Paris or Brussels, but they will not be told exact time of their train until 48 hours before travel.
The initiative comes just days after the high-speed rail operator reported a fall in passenger numbers as travellers "remain cautious" in the wake of the recent Brussels terror attacks.
The south London venue that hosted Adele's first ever gig - as well as shows from Massive Attack, The Specials, the Happy Mondays and Skepta - has been given a new look.
About 250 civil service jobs will be moved to London after a government department confirmed plans to close its Sheffield office.Copyright: BBC
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills is relocating to the capital in what it says is part of measures to help save £350m by 2020.
The Public and Commercial Services Union said the decision to relocate the department was "shameful".
Winnie-the-Pooh visits the capital in a new adventure released to celebrate both the 90th birthday of the Queen and the fictional bear himself.Copyright: PA
Winnie-the-Pooh and the Royal Birthday sees the much-loved bear travel to Buckingham Palace with Christopher Robin and friends, Piglet and Eeyore.
The free book has been written by Jane Riordan and is illustrated in the classic EH Shepard style.Copyright: PA
CCTV footage has been released of the moment a shopkeeper in Ruislip was robbed at knife point as he tried to protect his teenage son.
Scotland Yard said the attack happened at the Taal Food and Wine shop on Field End Road on 14 May at about 22:30 BST.
The shop owner suffered lacerations to his hands as he tried to protect himself and his teenage son after the man held a knife to his throat.
He was taken to a west London hospital for treatment but later discharged.
The attacker, described by police as being a tall Asian man, aged in his mid 30s, and of medium build, stole a "substantial amount of cash" from the till, the Met said.