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- Updates on Wednesday 15 June 2016
Heavy, thundery showers are likely in some areas this evening, before easing overnight.
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Minimum temperature: 12C (54F).
BBC London News
On BBC London News at 18:30 on BBC One, we'll have the latest on the A&E unit at North Middlesex University Hospital which is under threat of closure after serious concerns about patient safety.
Two governors at a school in Tower Hamlets have resigned after it was revealed a killer had been working at the school as a technician for five years.
And will Aladdin the Musical have a magical run in the West End and replicate The Lion King's success?
The Hive, a latticed structure with LED lights which was the centrepiece of the UK Pavillion at the 2015 Milan Expo, is on show at Kew Gardens.
The aluminium structure inspired by the bee hive was designed by Wolfgang Buttress.Copyright: Jeff EdenCopyright: Jeff Eden
The lights in the piece glow and fade with the soundtrack of hums and buzzes trying to mimic the real-time activity of bees in a beehive.Copyright: Jeff Eden
The Hive will open to the public on 18 June and will remain in the Kew Gardens until the end of 2017.Copyright: Jeff Eden
Prime Minister David Cameron has said the government will "monitor closely" the situation at the North Middlesex University Hospital's A&E unit, which it is feared could close over safety concerns.
The General Medical Council has said it is "extremely concerned" about standards of training for junior doctors at the hospital in Edmonton.
The hospital has said it has a "broad recovery plan" and safety is paramount.Copyright: PA
During Prime Minister's Questions in Parliament Mr Cameron admitted the hospital is very busy but insisted the government is investing in services there.
"If we look at what has happened since 2010, there are 120 more doctors, there are 280 more nurses recruited by the Trust. The health secretary will continue to monitor this closely."
Middlesex pace bowler Toby Roland-Jones has signed a new deal with the club, which will keep him at Lord's until the end of the 2019 season.
The 28-year-old has taken 32 wickets in all formats so far this season.Copyright: Rex Features
"Toby is an outstanding cricketer who has become one of the leading domestic players in the country," managing director of cricket Angus Fraser said.
He has taken 268 first-class wickets in 73 appearances at an average of 25.20 and featured for the England Lions against the United Arab Emirates over the winter.
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A commercial beekeeper who almost died after being stung has been cured of her allergy.
Lucy Zaichenko said she risked her life daily running the Oxfordshire-based business with her husband Viktor, which has about 150 million bees.
She was unaware she was allergic to bee stings until she suffered severe anaphylactic shock at home in 2011.
Princess Beatrice visited School 21 in Stratford, east London, ahead of a campaign to raise money for youth projects in the UK.
She visited the school with Virgin boss Richard Branson's daughter Holly Branson in the build up to the Virgin Strive Challenge 2016, which is taking place in September.Copyright: PA
The royal visit was organised by the charity Big Change.Copyright: PA
A man is in a critical condition and three others suffered injuries after a car they were in burst into flames after crashing into a wall in a roundabout in Harrow, north-west London, Met Police has said.
The incident took place just before 05:00 when a black Volkswagen Golf collided with a wall at Northwick Park roundabout.
The four men were pulled out by passersby before the vehicle was gutted by flames.Copyright: Google
A 29-year-old man is in a critical condition after suffering neck and head injuries, while a 27-year-old suffered internal injuries, but he is in a stable condition in hospital.
The two other men, aged 29 and 22, were treated for minor injuries.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward, specially a man who was filmed the aftermath of the crash.
Anthony Madu, 47, of Woolwich, south-east London, must pay the money within six months or face two years in prison.
In October 2014, he was found guilty of six counts of fraud relating to his time at Cardiff and Vale health board.
Cheryl Hill from NHS Counter Fraud Service (Wales) said: "Dr Anthony Madu defrauded the NHS of money which should have been spent on patient care."
West Ham have signed winger Sofiane Feghouli from Valencia on a three-year contract for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old Algeria international spent six seasons at the Spanish club, scoring 42 goals in 243 appearances.Copyright: Getty Images
The 2012 Algerian Footballer of the Year, Feghouli has 40 caps and has played in three major tournaments.
He is the Hammers' second signing this summer following Borussia Monchengladbach midfielder Havard Nordtveit, who joins on 1 July.
Officials are "urgently" investigating reports a British-Iranian woman, detained in Iran for more than two months, is to be charged with trying to topple the country's government.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 37, who lives in West Hampstead, was stopped in April as she tried to return to the UK with her daughter at the end of a family holiday.Copyright: BBC
She works for the charitable arm of the Reuters news agency. The Foreign Office says it's "urgently seeking information".
Her husband Richard Ratcliffe has been campaigning to get his family back to the capital. Their daughter Gabriella, a British citizen, has had to stay with her grandparents in Iran because she cannot return to the UK without her passport.
Under Iranian law only her father or mother can take the toddler home, but Mr Ratcliffe has been advised to stay away from Iran.
The flight tracking website Air Live reported at 10:47 BST that "a woman is giving birth" on board flight SV21.
A spokesman for Heathrow Airport confirmed the flight had been diverted to Heathrow for a "medical emergency".
It is not known whether the woman has given birth yet.
Ian Devlin was 17 when he was sentenced to serve nine years at a young offenders' institution for killing Shiblu Rahman in London in April 2001.
Devlin has been employed at Ian Mikardo High School, Tower Hamlets, as an assistant since 2010.Copyright: BBC
The school said he had passed security checks and was a model rehabilitated offender.
While the school was aware of Devlin's conviction, parents and the wider community were not.
The Met Police has appointed Ch Supt Victor Olisa as the force's new Lead for Diversity and Inclusion.
The officer, who has been the borough Commander in Haringey for the past three years, said: "It’s a great privilege to be appointed as the Met's new diversity lead.
"We’ve come a long way but there’s still more we can do to become a police service that’s more diverse and inclusive.”Copyright: Met Police
Det Ch Supt Helen Millichap, the current Borough Commander at Greenwich, will become the Borough Commander at Haringey later this month, replacing Mr Olisa.
Transport Correspondent, BBC London
A new private hire car park has opened at Heathrow, after residents complained about disruption caused by parking in streets.
Cab hire firm Uber says drivers will only get fares if they park here at Heathrow.Copyright: BBC
The Licensed Taxi Drivers Association said it was disappointed by the parking space and said it was a virtual rank.Copyright: BBC
At least three swastikas have been daubed in a playground in Stamford Hill, Jewish News reports.
On this day in 1860, Florence Nightingale started her School for Nurses at St Thomas' Hospital, London.Copyright: Getty Images
A church in the East End of London which is listed in Historic England's 'Heritage At Risk' Register has been given £20,000 funding for repairs.
The National Churches Trust Repair Grant will see the roof of St Mary and Holy Trinity in Bow made watertight, in addition to work on the timber clock tower and cupola.Copyright: The National Churches Trust
The Grade II listed church, which was founded in 1311, survived World War II despite - in 1941 - the tower and west end were badly damaged during the Blitz.
The money will be used to repair the rotting timber of the church tower, the crumbling medieval masonry and improve drainage.
Actress and singer Donna Air has unveiled a 5ft tall Big Ben made from 240 cupcakes to kick-off fundraising for the Alzheimer's Society's new campaign, Cupcake Day, tomorrow.Copyright: PA