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  1. Updates on Tuesday 7 June 2016

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Updates for London have now ended but we'll be back at 08:00 on Wednesday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Tonight's weather: Scattered thundery showers overnight

    BBC Weather

    Scattered thundery showers are likely to continue overnight, although most will have eased by tomorrow morning.

    It'll be another muggy night, with perhaps some mist forming in prone locations such as around the Lea Valley.

    Minimum temperature: 15C (59F)

    BBC weather
  3. Watch: Illuminating tribute to suffragettes

    The Daily Politics

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    Video caption: The New Dawn artwork in Westminster pays tribute to the battle for women to get the vote.

    Today marks 150 years since the philosopher John Stuart Mill presented to Parliament a petition calling for votes for women, which became a turning point for the women's suffrage movement.

    To celebrate, MPs are unveiling the New Dawn artwork in Westminster Hall, and Daily Politics reporter Ellie Price was allowed an early viewing.

  4. Tooting by-election candidates: Alex Glassbrook, Lib Dems

    Susana Mendonca

    BBC Radio London Political Reporter

    People living in Tooting will elect a new MP next week after Sadiq Khan decided to step down there to focus on being Mayor of London.

    Every day this week we are hearing from the main candidates standing in the by-election on June 16.

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    Today it's the turn of the Liberal Democrat candidate, Alex Glassbrook.

    You can hear more from him on Drivetime with Eddie Nestor on BBC Radio London this evening. 

    All 14 candidates standing in the Tooting by-election are listed here.

  5. Arsenal told Jamie Vardy focused on Euro 2016

    David Ornstein

    BBC Sport

    Jamie Vardy

    Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy's representatives have told Arsenal the striker wants to focus on Euro 2016.

    The Gunners have triggered a release clause in the England international's contract, and are believed to have offered him a £120,000-a-week deal.

    Premier League champions Leicester are thought to have made Vardy, 29, a counter offer as they try to keep him.

  6. On air this evening: Flash floods and a Serpentine sneak peak

    Alice Bhandhukravi

    Coming up on BBC London News this evening:

    We'll be in Wallington where torrential rain has caused cars to be submerged in flash floods.

    And we'll have a sneak preview of the new pavilion at the Serpentine which will be open to the public later this week.

    Serpentine pavilion

    Join me at 18:30 on BBC One.

  7. About 35mm of rain falls on south London in an hour

    Lightning strike in central London

    The Environment Agency has revealed about 35mm of rain fell on south London within an hour.

    Areas were most badly affected by the storm between 14:30 and 15:00.

    The Met Office has also extended issued the yellow rain warning until 06:00 tomorrow.

  8. Travel: Roads and rail affected by flash floods

    BBC Travel

    Manor Road in Wallington is closed outside the railway station because of the flooding. The railway station however remains open.

    Several roads are closed around Carshalton, Coulston and Caterham because of flooding.

    Southern trains have delays across many parts of their network this evening because of the flooding.

    For the latest travel updates visit the BBC London travel page or follow @BBCTravelAlert

  9. Watch: Heavy storms cause flash floods in south London

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    Video caption: Flash floods in south-east London
  10. Watch: Chaos outside Chelsea tribunal as Jose Mourinho departs

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    Video caption: Chaos outside Chelsea tribunal as Jose Mourinho departs
  11. Three trapped in cars after flash floods

    Flooding in Wallington

    Three people were trapped in cars after they were submerged in water following flash floods in south-east London.

    London Fire Brigade said it helped one person get out of their car while another two people had managed to escape before firefighters arrived at the scene on Manor Road, Wallington.

    It said the road near Wallington Station was under two metres (6.5ft) of flood water.

    Cars submerged in flood
  12. Jose Mourinho jostled in media scrum outside tribunal

    Richard Conway

    BBC Radio 5 live sports news correspondent

    Media scrum

    There was a huge media scrum as Jose Mourinho departed the tribunal in Croydon.

    The former Chelsea boss was jostled and bundled into a car while Chelsea Chairman Bruce Buck was pushed over.

    Media scrum
  13. Watch: Chelsea tribunal was 'game of brinkmanship'

    Richard Conway reports from outside the Croydon tribunal where Eva Carneiro and Chelsea have reached a settlement on her constructive dismissal case.

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    Video caption: Richard Conway speaks about the Eva Carneiro Chelsea tribunal settlement
  14. Dr Carneiro was 'fulfilling her responsibility to the players' - Chelsea

    Chelsea have spoken more about the incident where Dr Carneiro ran on the pitch in the game against Swansea which led to the first team doctor leaving the club:

    Quote Message: "We wish to place on record that in running onto the pitch Dr Carneiro was following both the rules of the game and fulfilling her responsibility to the players as a doctor, putting their safety first. Dr Carneiro has always put the interests of the club's players first. Dr Carneiro is a highly competent and professional sports doctor. She was a valued member of the club's medical team and we wish her every success in her future career." from Chelsea spokesperson
    Chelsea spokesperson
  15. Eva Carneiro 'relieved' tribunal case concluded

    Eva Carneiro and her legal team

    Dr Carneiro said she was "relieved that we have been able to conclude this tribunal case".

    "My priority has always been the health and safety of the players and fulfilling my duty of care as a doctor.

    "I would like to thank everyone who has supported me including my husband, family and friends and members of the football community," she said.

  16. Chelsea 'apologises unreservedly' to Eva Carneiro

    Eva Carneiro

    Former Chelsea doctor Eva Carneiro has settled her dismissal claim against the club, on confidential terms.

    In a statement Chelsea said it "regretted the circumstances" which led to former club doctor Eva Carneiro leaving the club and "apologises unreservedly to her and her family for the distress caused".

    It added that Jose Mourinho thanked Dr Carneiro for the "excellent and dedicated support" she provided and wished her a "successful career".