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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.

Brixton market in Lambeth

The vote in England exposes huge differences between the levels of support for the Remain and Leave campaigns in London and the rest of the country.

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MPs submit Corbyn no confidence motion

Two Labour MPs have submitted a motion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.

Dame Margaret Hodge and Ann Coffey confirmed the move in a letter to the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) chairman.

Jeremy Corbyn
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The motion has no formal constitutional force but calls for a discussion at their next PLP meeting on Monday.

It will be up to the PLP chairman to decide whether it is debated. If accepted it would be followed by a secret ballot of Labour MPs on Tuesday.

London Fire Brigade took nearly 1,000 flooding-related calls yesterday

Weather forecast: Dry night with clear spells

BBC Weather

Any lingering showers will fade, to leave a dry night with clear spells developing

The odd mist patch could then develop by dawn, particularly around the Chilterns. 

The minimum temperature will be 11C (52F) 

On Saturday another day of sunshine and showers is expected. 

Showers could turn heavy and thundery again by the afternoon however some places will remain dry and fine. 

The maximum temperature will be 19C (66F) 

CCTV issued after man punched in the face at cash point

CCTV has been released after a 23-year-old man was punched in the face and knocked unconscious outside Barclays Bank in High Street North, Newham in the early hours of Sunday 5 June.

He had visited a cash point when he was approached by a man who started to shout at him. The victim shouted back but was immediately confronted by a second taller man who punched him in the face.

CCTV showing two suspects
Metropolitan Police

The second man then dragged the victim into the foyer of the bank where he was further assaulted.

One suspect is described as of Mediterranean or South European appearance, approximately 6ft 2ins tall and was wearing a dark coloured top with a light colour across his shoulders.

Suspect two is also described as of Mediterranean or South European appearance, approximately 5ft 6ins tall and was wearing a black baseball cap, dark coloured top and dark jeans with white trainers.

On air: Latest reaction to UK's decision to leave EU

BBC London News

On BBC London at 18:30 BST tonight on BBC One, we speak to Mayor of London Sadiq Khan at City Hall following the UK's decision to exit the EU.

Sadiq Khan

We get reaction from two contrasting areas, Havering, the London borough which had the highest percentage vote for Brexitm, and Lambeth where the majority voted to remain.

We will also get reaction in the City from members of the financial sector.

Wimbledon draw: Andy Murray to play fellow Briton Liam Broady in first round

World number two Andy Murray will face fellow Briton Liam Broady in the first round of Wimbledon.

Former champion Murray has never played Broady, the world number 234 who has received a wildcard to the tournament.

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Compatriot James Ward, also a wildcard, will play defending champion Novak Djokovic in his opening match.

Britain's women's number one Johanna Konta has been drawn against Puerto Rican Monica Puig, and Serena Williams will face a qualifier or lucky loser.

Rugby club helps new players keep their tackles safe

Inside Croydon

“Safety first” is perhaps not the “sexiest” message for a publicity drive, but down on the fringes of Croydon, Warlingham rugby club has adopted exactly that approach by ordering a job lot of branded condoms to hand out to new recruits who turn up for their pre-season training sessions.  

Farage: £350m NHS pledge 'a mistake'

It was emblazoned across the Leave campaign's battle bus, but Nigel Farage says the £350m a week pledge for the NHS was "a mistake". 

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Travel update: Flooding still causing problems to rail services

BBC Travel

There is no service on Southern between Clapham Junction and Milton Keynes Central due to flooding at Imperial Wharf and a signalling problem at Imperial Wharf. Tickets are being accepted on London Buses, London Underground and London Midland services. 

There are delays on South West Trains between London Waterloo and Clapham Junction due to speed restrictions.

There are delays of up to 30 minutes on Great Northern between Finsbury Park and Stevenage due to a signalling problem at Hertford North.

Earlier poor weather is affecting the network on Southern at Victoria due to flooding and lightning strikes.

Delays and cancellations are likely on Southern at Victoria due to a staff shortage. 

England striker Harry Kane 'not tired' and ready for Iceland

BBC Sport

Harry Kane insists he is not suffering from burn-out as he prepares to lead England's attack against Iceland in the last 16 of the European Championship.

Tottenham's Kane, leading Premier League scorer with 25 goals in 2015-16, has yet to score in France and was dropped against Slovakia after being substituted at half-time against Wales.

However, the 22-year-old denied that he was feeling the effects of playing 50 games for his club last season.

Euro 2016: England need to be patient - Harry Kane

Traffic update: Crash causing delays on M25

BBC Travel

There is slow traffic on the M25 anticlockwise between Clacket Lane Services and J5 M26, because of an accident involving a car and a lorry earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened but congestion is stretching to J8, A217 (Reigate).  

There is queuing traffic on A12 Blackwall Tunnel Approach southbound in Poplar at the A102 Blackwall Tunnel junction. All lanes have been re-opened but there is congestion to Bow Interchange.  

There is slow traffic on the M25 clockwise between J24, A111 (Potters Bar) and J25, A10 (Enfield), because of an earlier broken down vehicle. 

There is queuing traffic on A102 Blackwall Tunnel northbound in Greenwich from the A2203 Blackwall Lane junction to the A13 East India Dock Road junction, because of an earlier broken down vehicle. All lanes have been re-opened and congestion is stretching to the Sun In The Sands Roundabout.

The great business referendum snub

Simon Jack

BBC Business Editor

"This is not the outcome business wanted," according to Carolyn Fairbairn, the director general of the CBI. So why was business ignored?

Businesses can't vote. All they can do is raise their voice and they did try. Memos to staff, letters to newspapers, industry surveys all shouting about the risks of Brexit - all fell on deaf ears. The implicit warnings about trade, investment and jobs did not convince voters that their interests were best served by staying in the EU.

The Remain campaign hoped that a last minute armada of 1,200 businesses from Asda to Vodafone assembled in the pages of the Times might persuade workers that their employer's priorities were their priorities. It didn't.

Six fire engines deal with blaze in Poplar

Firefighters tackle factory blaze in Tottenham

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters were called to deal with a fire in a factory on Constable Crescent in Tottenham this morning.

Part of an industrial oven on the ground floor of a food processing factory was damaged by the fire.

Constable Crescent

Arriving on scene, crews could see white smoke issuing from the oven vent and quickly put out the fire, which was contained within the cooking appliance.Nobody was injured.

The Brigade was called at 06:01  BST and the fire was under control by 06:45. 

Fire crews from Tottenham and Walthamstow fire stations attended the scene. 

The cause of the fire is under investigation.

The generation gap: How the population voted according to age

Boris Johnson gives speech following EU referendum result

Boris Johnson gives speech after EU Referendum result

Watch: David Cameron's speech in full

David Cameron

The prime minister has said that he is to stand down, after the UK voted to leave the European Union. 

David Cameron made the announcement in a statement outside Downing Street after the final result was announced.

Watch his full statement here.

'There was no need to have a referendum'

Petition calls for London independence

A petition calling for Sadiq Khan to declare London an independent state after the UK voted to quit the EU has been signed by more than 28,000 people. 

The petition's organiser James O'Malley, said the capital was "a world city" which should "remain at the heart of Europe". 

Man with EU flag

Nearly 60% of people in the capital backed the Remain campaign, in stark contrast to most of the country. 

The LSE's director said the vote showed how "radically different" London is.

BreakingMorgan Stanley looks to move 2,000 London staff

Joe Lynam

BBC Business

Sources within Morgan Stanley say it has already begun the process of moving about 2,000 of its London-based investment banking staff to Dublin or Frankfurt. And it has a taskforce in place.

The jobs which would be moved from the UK would be in euro clearing but also other investment banking functions and senior management.

The American investment bank needs to avail of the passporting system which allows banks to offer financial services in all countries in the EU without having to establish a permanent base in that member state.

The president of Morgan Stanley, Colm Kelleher, told Bloomberg two days ago that Brexit would be “the most consequential thing that we’ve ever seen since the war”.

Boris Johnson: Young people now have an assured future

Boris Johnson says the British people have "decided to take back control" of the UK by voting to quit the European Union.

He says the electorate "has searched in their hearts and answered as honestly as they can" on a poll the like of which we've never seen in this country - and they've decided to take back control.

He says there is no need for haste - nothing will change over the short term apart from work will begin on how to extracate this country from the "supernatural system".

He attempted to reassure Remain campaigners that Britain will continue to be a great European power and wouldn't be "any less European".

Boris Johnson
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Boris Johnson says young people - who were more likely to have voted Remain - now have an assured future.

Arguing that the EU "was a noble idea of its time, but no longer right for this country", he says the UK can now find its voice again as "an extraordinary force for good".

The people have spoken up for democracy in Britain and in Europe, he adds.

Demonstration against racism to take place at Altab Ali Park

A demonstration against racism and for migrant rights is being planned to take place later today.

The march, set to take place at 18:00 BST at Altab Ali Park in Whitechapel, east London.

A Facebook page has been set up to organise the demonstration, which says: "The EU referendum has unleashed a torrent of racism. 

"Migration has been attacked and scapegoated by both campaigns - with Leave stoking up bigotry against immigrants and Remain responding by capitulating and echoing that bigotry.

'I am very worried about the future' - David Lammy

On Air: Analysis and comment as UK chooses to leave the EU

BBC London News

On BBC London at 13:30 BST live on BBC One, we look at the dangers now facing the City and how can it ensure it remains the finance capital of the world.

Why did Havering have the largest Brexit vote - with 70% of voters in favour of leaving?

We speak to European citizens living in London about how they feel now we're leaving the club.

And we speak to Tony Travers from the London School Economics for an analysis of what it means to London.

Weather: Mostly dry and sunny, although a few showers possible later

BBC Weather

Dry and sunny at first. Whilst cloud will build, leading to a risk of one or two showers later, mainly in the west, most places will stay dry.

Feeling warm again in the sunshine, but less humid than recently.

Maximum Temperature: 22C (72F)

City shock at referendum result

Today Programme

BBC Radio 4

A stocky, unshaven man in a blue raincoat strode across the concourse of Liverpool Street station at 5am, complaining bitterly to his taller companion. "Jesus. Jesus. It's bad. I'm heavily levered on this," he said, frantically rubbing his jaw.

The trader was typical of the tens of thousands of City staff who turned up for work this morning with their professional world turned upside down.

Encouraged by yesterday's opinion polls, which suggested Britain would stay in the European Union, professional investors bid up the pound and British shares. 

The pound finished the night of the vote worth $1.50, and the FTSE 100, an index that tracks the health of the UK's biggest listed companies, up 1.2%.

They were wrong. Britain voted narrowly to leave, and while most City traders slept - only a tiny minority stayed at their desks to watch the results - the pound was falling like a stone.

Trading on Asian markets sent it down by nearly 10%, making it worth just $1.34. It was the biggest fall in the pound's history as a free-floating currency.

BreakingMotion of no confidence in Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Labour MPs Margaret Hodge and Ann Coffey have today submitted a motion of no confidence in Leader of the Parliamentary Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn. 

The letter calls for a discussion at the next meeting of the Parliamentary Labour Party (PLP) at 6pm on Monday, 27 June. 

This ballot has no formal constitutional force, but would be a significant expression of the lack of confidence of Labour MPs in their leader.

Jeremy Corbyn

Headlines: Cipriani convicted of drink-driving and Murray to face fellow Briton Liam Broady at Wimbledon

Sian Davies

BBC News Online

The UK has voted to leave the EU, with 51.9% of voters choosing to leave.

England rugby star Danny Cipriani has been convicted of drink-driving after getting behind the wheel having spent the night drinking cocktails and champagne.

Finnish national Cubeyda Jama, aged 19, has pleaded guilty to one count of preparation of acts of terrorism after being arrested at Stanstead airport in February.

Andy Murray will face fellow Briton Liam Broady in the first round of Wimbledon.

How sterling reacted to the Brexit vote

Sterling falls

Petition for London to remain part of the European Union

A petition calling for London to remain part of the EU has gained more than 3,500 signatures.

The petiton, created by Mehul Damani, says: "London has voted to remain part of the European Union by an overwhelming majority. 

"We generate 50% of the United Kingdom's tax revenue yet our voice has just been drowned out by a slim national majority of four percentage points in a vital decision that we don't agree with."

Map showing London referendum results

How does the EU referendum result in London compare to other regions?

London, Scotland and Northern Ireland backed the UK to remain in the EU - while every other English region and Wales voted to leave.

Regional breakdown

Scenes in London following vote to leave the EU

Taxi with Union Flag
Remain campaigner looking sad
EU flag

EU referendum reveals a less than United Kingdom

Mark Easton

Home editor

The EU referendum has revealed an ancient, jagged fault line across the United Kingdom. It is a scar that has sliced through conventional politics and traditional social structures, and it is far from clear whether the kingdom can still call itself united.

The referendum was ostensibly about membership of the European Union. But voters took it to be asking a different question: what kind of country do you want Britain to be?

Woman waves union flag

Yesterday seemed to offer a fork in the road: one path (Remain) promised it would lead to a modern world of opportunity based on interdependence; the other (Leave) was advertised as a route to an independent land that would respect tradition and heritage.

It has been striking to me how in one place almost everybody expressed genuine bewilderment that anyone would consider anything but a vote to leave, and in another neighbourhood they are quite baffled as to why people wouldn't be desperate to remain.  

Watch: Boris Johnson jeered by crowds

Boris Johnson is booed by large crowds as he departs north London home

BreakingRugby star Danny Cipriani convicted of drink-driving

England rugby star Danny Cipriani has been convicted of drink-driving after getting behind the wheel having spent the night drinking cocktails and champagne.

The fly-half, 28, was so drunk his eyes were "glazed", he slurred his words and could not stand straight after he crashed his black Mercedes into a taxi in London at 5.15am on 1 June last year. 

Danny Cipriani

The Wasps player, then with Sale Sharks, was breathalysed after the crash in Imperial Road, Fulham, and found to have 67 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath - twice the drink-drive limit. 

He was found guilty of drink-driving following a trial at Westminster Magistrates' Court. 

BreakingTeenager pleads guilty to preparation of acts of terrorism

Finnish national Cubeyda Jama, aged 19, has pleaded guilty to one count of preparation of acts of terrorism after being arrested at Stanstead airport on 5 February 2016 on a plane travelling to Romania.

Mr Jama, of London Road, Thornton Heath, south London, has admitted making travel arrangements and assembling equipment with a view to travelling to Syria and/or Iraq in order to engage in acts of terrorism between 1 January and 6 February 2016.

Jama appeared by video link from Lewes prison wearing a white T-shirt and glasses.

Sentencing was adjourned.

London could become 'city state'

Susana Mendonca

BBC Radio London Political Reporter

28 London boroughs vote to remain in the EU

London is at odds with much of England following the EU Referendum.

London graphic