Updates for London have ended for the day but we'll be back at 08:00 on Monday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.
- Updates on Friday 10 June 2016
BBC London News
Coming up on BBC London News this evening:
We'll be at City Hall where friends and relatives of those who have been killed on London's streets are gathering for a protest over road safety.
An we'll be with the RAF in Liverpool Street Station as celebrations begin to mark the Queen's 90th birthday.
Join me at 18:30 on BBC One.
Tonight will be another mild night, with cloudy skies and still a risk of catching the odd shower, mainly on higher ground such as Hampstead Heath.
Minimum Temperature: 13C (55F)Copyright: BBC
Singer Sinitta had told "barefaced lies" and suggested that former footballer Ashley Ward had cheated on his wife when she was allegedly attacked by a reality TV star at a restaurant, a court has been told.Copyright: PA
Real Housewives Of Cheshire star Dawn Ward, 43, is accused of attacking the So Macho singer and acquaintance - whose full name is Sinitta Malone - during a heated talk aimed at clearing the air between them, Westminster Magistrates' Court heard.
Businesswoman Claire Johnson, who is also known as Caudwell, attended the April 2015 champagne lunch meeting at a central London restaurant which had been arranged by Sinitta.Copyright: PA
She later told police that Sinitta had been "accusatorial, aggressive", and had been "critical" of Ward, "questioning her marriage and the fidelity of her husband".
Mrs Ward, who is married to the former footballer, denies one count of common assault.
Nearly 20 years since Royal Yacht Britannia was decommissioned, a model of the famous ship will take centre stage at the Queen's 90th birthday celebrations.
Puppeteers will carry the yacht in a parade down The Mall on Sunday as part of a lunch to celebrate the Queen's role as patron of dozens of charities and organisations.
Ala Lloyd, creative director for the patron's lunch, gave the BBC a tour of the model.
CCTV of the moment a man attempted to rob a bookmakers in Wembley using a gun has been released by the Met.
The man is seen entering the shop in Court Parade on 4 June and walking up to the counter where he told the cashier to empty the till.
No shots were fired and the man left empty handed.
Police believe the same man was involved in another robbery at a bookmakers in College Hill Road, Harrow on 31 May, where he handed over a note demanding money from the cashier and made off with a quantity of cash.
Det Con John Richards said Scotland Yard "urgently want to find" the man and appealed for witnesses.Copyright: Met Police
BBC SportCopyright: Getty Images
League Two club Leyton Orient have appointed Andy Edwards as assistant manager.
The 44-year-old will work alongside Andy Hessenthaler, who was appointed as Orient boss last week.
Former Southend, Birmingham and Peterborough defender Edwards joined the east London outfit in 2009 and has been coaching in the club's academy.
The club also announced the signing of defender Callum Kennedy following his release by AFC Wimbledon.Copyright: Rex Features
The 26-year-old left-back, who made 24 appearances for the Dons last season, has signed a one-year deal with Orient.
Hundreds of people stuck in ambulances outside Queen’s Hospital have waited up to an hour before receiving medical attention, new figures have revealed.
Labour MP Kate Hoey, who supports the UK leaving the European Union, said "one or two more" of her colleagues, "perhaps quite senior ones". will be joining the Leave side.
And the Vauxhall MP told Daily Politics presenter Andrew Neil that the Conservatives "will have a new leader whatever happens" after the 23 June referendum.
At Liverpool Street Station, RAF Northolt put on a special surprise in honour of the country's longest reigning monarch.
Wimbledon SW19 News
Local welfare charity Wimbledon Guild has been struck by a flash downpour closing its charity shop in Mitcham. The unprecedented rainfall and resulting damage means that the charity is now desperate for new stock and has issued an urgent appeal for donations.
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.
This week we have been hearing from the main candidates standing in the by-election on June 16.
Today it's the turn of the Conservative Party candidate Dan Watkins - find out more about him on the BBC Radio London Facebook page.
And you can hear more from him on Drivetime with Eddie Nestor today.
All 14 candidates standing in the Tooting by-election are listed here.
A mentally ill stalker who broke into pop star Lily Allen's bedroom, forcing her to leave the family home for good, has been sectioned by a judge.
Alex Gray's criminal campaign of abuse also involved contacting the British singer on social media, handing her offensive letters and a "romantic CD", and accusing her of "stealing" lyrics he had written.Copyright: PPA
The 31-year-old, of Perth, showed no emotion as he was handed an indeterminate hospital order and restraining order for burglary and stalking at Harrow Crown Court.Copyright: AFP/Getty Images
The sound of jazz drifted through Fitzrovia’s busy streets on Thursday evening from an outdoor performance, and an intimate gig inside one of the neighbourhood’s famous pubs.
The Lord Mayor of London has prasied the Queen's "gentleness, good humour and understanding" have been praised during an after-service reception at the Guildhall.Copyright: EPA
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry gathered with 1,800 guests as Jeffrey Mountevans paid tribute to the Queen's "unfailing service" to the nation.
The Queen, Philip, the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall were not at the event having returned to Buckingham Palace following a thanksgiving service at St Paul's Cathedral.
Euston Underpass is closed as fire crews tackle a van fire.Copyright: BBC
Polling cards were wrongly sent to 3,502 EU citizens who are not allowed to vote in the EU referendum, the Electoral Commission has announced.Copyright: BBC
The UK councils where the most cards were sent out incorrectly were Southwark and Hackney.
Four-hundred and ninety-three EU citizens wrongly received polling cards in Southwark while 419 people got them in Hackney.
A man is in a critical condition in hospital after he was shot several times by somebody using an automatic weapon in Newham last night.Copyright: Google
Police and London Ambulance Service were called to the shooting in Beatrice Close, Plaistow, at about 23:20 on Thursday where they discovered the wounded man.
Scotland Yard believe the suspect, who is thought to be an Asian man, around 30 to 40 years of age and of large build, fired more than a dozen shots from the weapon.
Det Insp Glenn Butler said "the use of automatic weapons" on the streets of London was very rare and appealed for witnesses to contact police.
Oscar-winning documentary film-maker Michael Moore has taken time out from promoting his new film to meet WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.Copyright: PA
The American has been a supporter of Mr Assange for years but they had never met in person.
Mr Moore paid a visit to the Ecuadorian embassy, where Mr Assange has been living for nearly four years.