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  1. Updates on Tuesday 28 June 2016

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

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

  2. Tonight's weather: Mostly dry overnight

    BBC weather

    A few showers, and perhaps some longer spells of rain will continue into this evening, before clearing through the first half of the night.

    Turning drier with some clear spells by dawn, allowing some mist patches to develop, especially along prone stretches of the River Thames.

    Minimum temperature: 10C (50F)

  3. Prince Harry to follow in mother's footsteps in fight against HIV

    Prince Harry is to follow in the footsteps of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales and make the fight against HIV a major part of his public work.

    Harry is to will carry out other high profile events including meeting doctors and nurses caring for HIV-positive patients in south London, visit an innovative sexual health service, and speak at an international Aids conference in South Africa next month.

    Prince Harry

    Diana was the first member of the royal family to have contact with a person suffering from HIV/Aids when, in the late 1980s, she sat on the sickbed of a man with Aids and held his hand.

    Both publicly and privately she supported the work of those helping patients, with late-night trips to east London's Mildmay HIV hospice, and serving as patron of the NAT (National Aids Trust).

    Princess Diana visiting patients and staff at the London Lighthouse
  4. Fulham striker Moussa Dembele close to joining Celtic

    BBC Sport

    Moussa Dembele

    France Under-20 striker Moussa Dembele, who is out of contract with Fulham, is close to joining Scottish champions Celtic and will undergo a medical.

    The 19-year-old scored 17 goals in 46 appearances last season as Fulham finished 20th in the English Championship, two places above the relegation spots.

    Celtic will be required to pay a compensation fee to the London club should Dembele sign for them.

  5. British preacher on trial over speeches allegedly posted on YouTube

    British preacher Anjem Choudary has gone on trial over speeches allegedly posted on YouTube.

    Anjem Choudary

    The 49-year-old and his co-accused, Mohammed Rahman, 33, appeared in court accused of terror offences. Mr Choudary and Mr Rahman were arrested on 25 September 2014 and bailed.

    Then on August 5 last year, they were charged with offences contrary to terrorism legislation based on the speeches published on YouTube.

    Mr Choudary, of Hampton Road, Ilford, and Mr Rahman, of Sidney Street in Whitechapel, deny the charges against them.

  6. On air tonight: Sadiq Khan and Wimbledon catch-up

    Louisa Preston

    Reporter & Presenter BBC London News

    Coming up on BBC London News this evening:

    We'll be hearing from Sadiq Khan who told a summit earlier London must be given more autonomy following the Brexit vote.

    Andy Murray

    And we'll be at Wimbledon to catch up on the latest action from SW19.

    Join me at 18:30 on BBC One.

  7. Man who wore anti-immigration T-shirt during Romford Armed Forces Day celebrations ‘absolutely unacceptable’

    Romford Recorder

    Newspaper

    A man pictured wearing a T-shirt that read “Yes we won! Now send them back” has been lambasted by people across the country.

  8. Jeremy Corbyn motion of no confidence passed as Boris Johnson rejects need for election

    Carole Walker

    Political correspondent

    A motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been passed by the party's MPs.

    The 172-40 vote, which is not binding, follows resignations from the shadow cabinet and calls on the Islington North MP to quit.

    Jeremy Corbyn

    Meanwhile, it is understood Boris Johnson would not call a general election if he wins the Conservative leadership contest and becomes the next prime minister.

    A senior campaign source said Mr Johnson, who is MP for Uxbridge and South Ruislip, believes the referendum vote provides the mandate he needs to negotiate a Brexit deal.

    Boris Johnson
  9. Drama looks at love life of Bobby Moore

    Bobby and Tina Moore

    A drama about 1966 World Cup footballer Bobby Moore and his wife Tina is to appear on ITV, starring Coronation Street's Michelle Keegan and Grantchester's Lorne MacFayden.

    Barking-born Moore was the only Englishman ever to lift the World Cup, as captain of the winning team.

    The three-part drama will chart their lives from "humble beginnings to the dizzy heights of superstardom," ITV has revealed.

  10. Travel: Signal failure at Aldgate East

    BBC Travel

    There is no service between Moorgate and Barking on the Hammersmith and City line because of a signal failure at Aldgate East. The problem is also causing severe delays on the Circle and District lines.

    Buckingham Palace Road in Victoria is closed with traffic queuing southbound at the Bressenden Place junction because of an accident.

    Repairs on the A3 southbound in Kingston Vale at the Robin Hood roundabout has closed one lane leading to congestion in the area.

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

  11. Shakespeare comes to Selfridges

    Selfridges is launching what it claims is the first commercial theatre within a department store, as part of celebrations to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death.

    The Alexander McQueen window at Selfridges in London,

    The fully-functioning theatre has a 100-seat capacity and tickets for the production of Much Ado About nothing have gone on sale.

    The Oxford Street store's display windows have also been bedecked with designers' interpretations of Shakespeare plays.

    The production will run until 24 September.

  12. Westminster Bridge closed because of abandoned car

    Police closed Westminster Bridge because of an abandoned car left in the road.

    Car abandoned on Westminster Bridge

    Witnesses said parliament's balcony had been cleared of people and a bomb disposal robot was used to check the vehicle.

    Bomb squad robot examining car

    The closure caused disruption to traffic with five bus routes being diverted. Three of the exits at Westminster Station were also closed.

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    However, Scotland Yard said "nothing suspicious" was found with the vehicle and the car has now been removed.

  13. Alice Gross inquest told police did not check killer's criminal records

    Tom Symonds

    Home Affairs Correspondent

    The inquest into the death of Alice Gross has been told police did not check the criminal records of a Latvian man arrested in 2009 who it is believed went on to kill her.

    Alice Gross

    Met Detective Michael Forteath said "officers could have made a check, but there was no policy and the process was not widely known about".

    Even during the hunt for the schoolgirl in 2014 the court heard an initial record check of Arnis Zalkalns' history came back clean.

    The inquest into her death is looking into whether failures by the government and the police contributed to her death and will examine why Zalkalns was allowed to live unchecked in the UK.

  14. Man stabbed outside Hammersmith bus station

    Hammersmith bus station

    A man was found stabbed following a "disturbance" outside Hammersmith bus station yesterday afternoon, Scotland Yard have said.

    The male was found at about 17:30 and was taken by London Ambulance Service to hospital.

    His injuries are not life threatening and no arrests have been made.

  15. Four Met officers to be investigated over Henry Hicks death

    Four Met officers will be investigated for gross misconduct after an inquest found an 18-year-old who died in a moped crash was being pursued by police at the time.

    Photo of Henry Hicks

    Ch Supt Catherine Roper said an investigation into the death of Henry Hicks by the Independent Police Complaints Commission had made "a number of recommendations for the Metropolitan Police".

    She said the force would also review "our pursuit policy".

    "The Met is committed to learning and ensuring that we do all we can to make sure our officers can do their very difficult jobs as safely as possible for the good of London," Ch Supt Roper said.

  16. Man and woman found with stab wounds in Seven Sisters

    A man and woman were found with stab wounds on Seven Sisters Road early this morning.

    Seven Sisters Road

    Police said the pair were taken by London Ambulance crews to a north London hospital. Their injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

    A cordon was set up where the man and woman were found.

    No arrests have been made.

  17. Watch: 'I am demanding more autonomy for the capital right now' - Sadiq Khan

    Mayor of London Sadiq Khan said he was "demanding more autonomy" for London in a speech at The Times CEO Summit.

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    Video caption: Sadiq Khan demands more autonomy for London