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Have a good weekend.
Watch the moment Fulham midfielder Tom Cairney surprises a young fan who sent him his pocket money.
It'll be a largely dry night, although the odd shower is possible this evening, whilst further isolated showers could spread from the west by dawn.
Otherwise, remaining rather cloudy with a few clearer spells, and feeling slightly less cold than of late, especially in urban areas such as Westminster.
Minimum temperature: 10C (50F).
Lewis will play an architect who falls in love with a goat called Sylvia.
He is known to millions from TV shows including Homeland, Billions and Wolf Hall, and last appeared in the West End in American Buffalo two years ago.
The play will run at the Theatre Royal Haymarket for 12 weeks from 24 March.
Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak with in connection with the rape of a young woman.
The woman in her 20s was attacked by a man as she approached her car in Tooting, south-west London, shortly after midnight on 21 September.
The man forced the woman into an address before he raped her and fled the scene.
The suspect is described as a man of Asian appearance with a thin moustache, aged between 20-25, around 5ft 7ins and slim.
He was wearing glasses, a red hooded top and light tracksuit bottoms at the time of the attack.
Suggs discovers the area of London where Charles Dickens' classic novel Oliver Twist was set.
An interior designer who died from sepsis less than 24 hours after being admitted to an overcrowded hospital was not given the "best chance" of survival, a coroner has ruled.
Cheryl Cope, from Haringey, north London, had been suffering from flu-like symptoms for 10 days before being admitted to The Whittington Hospital in north London.
An inquest heard that the 51-year-old should have been diagnosed as having sepsis, or blood poisoning, at 07:40 on the morning of 27 February, but it took several hours for staff to realise what was wrong with her.
She died the following day.
Coroner Jacqueline Devonish said while the cause of death was natural, it was "not possible to say whether Mrs Cope would have survived if treated promptly".
She said: "I do find that the inaction did not give Mrs Cope best chance."
Mrs Devonish said: "In this case I have accepted that there was a failure to prioritise Mrs Cope and this was due to the exceptional overcrowding at the hospital at the time of her admission."
The coroner said she would not be making recommendations to the hospital involved because it had already drafted a new policy to diagnose sepsis following Mrs Cope's death.
Saracens players Alistair Hargreaves and Chris Wyles talk about the craft-beer company they set up as they plan for their retirement.
It's a big weekend of European rugby union with plenty of top-flight British clubs involved.
But let's have a shout out to all those volunteers who help make rugby happen at the grass-roots level.
Former England star Maggie Alphonsi went to Kilburn Cosmos Rugby Club to find out the variety of volunteering roles that are needed at a local club....
Do you know a local sports volunteer who deserves some much-needed recognition?
Nominate your local Unsung Hero here - but hurry as entries close on 23 October!
The ruling means Navinder Sarao, 37, who traded from his parents' house in Hounslow, west London, will be sent to the US within 28 days.
Mr Sarao is accused of market manipulation that contributed to a 1,000 point fall on the Dow Jones index in New York on 6 May 2010.
He denies 22 charges.
The charges carry sentences that total a maximum of 380 years.
Mr Sarao, who is on bail, did not attend the High Court ruling in London.
London Fire Brigade (LFB) has said firefighters pumped out water from a passenger boat in the early hours of today after the vessel began listing in the River Thames.
LFB was called just after 04:00 close to London Bridge and found the 40 tonne boat was taking on water.
Nobody was on board the moored boat. After water was drained from the boat it was secured to a mooring barge, LFB said, adding that crews remain at the scene.
Cloud will thicken through this afternoon, with outbreaks of rain spreading in from the southeast during the late afternoon and evening.
Feeling cool under the cloud. Maximum temperature: 14C (57F).
Chelsea have joined the big boys with a new sponsorship deal with Nike It's worth £60m a season for a whopping 15 years. But the kit only costs a couple of pounds ($3-4) to make. Sports Science professor Simon Chadwick from the University of Salford in the UK tells Outside Source's Rick Kelsey how a kit deal affects fans. (Photo: Chelsea players Credit: Getty Images)
BBC Sport's Patrick Gearey reports how the Premiership has become the first league in the world to introduce an instant video review system for potential concussion injuries.
A118 London eastbound severe accident, at Litchfield Avenue.
A118 London - A118 Romford Road in Stratford blocked and slow traffic eastbound at the Litchfield Avenue junction, because of an accident.
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The Metropolitan Police Service is to to phase out two of its 11 ranks to "reduce layers of hierarchy".
The rank of Commander and Chief Inspector will disappear by the summer of 2018.
Scotland Yard said a pilot, running in Westminster, had shown streamlining leadrship made more effective decision-making.
Depity Commissioner Craig Mackey said: "This change will allow more agile decision-making and better communication as we transform ourselves for the challenges of policing in a digital age.
“I am hugely grateful to all the officers who currently hold these ranks, and we will continue to value their commitment to the organisation while we introduce a new structure that is right for the changing demands on policing.”
The 92-year-old told the BBC the apology came from Met commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe.
He says Sir Bernard told him the force had been wrong to delay informing him that no further action would be taken.
Lord Bramall was never arrested and had always denied the allegations.
The Met would not confirm an apology had been made.
A Transport Select Committee report cited the "woeful" experience of Southern passengers, who have faced months of industrial action and staff shortages.
Ministers were urged to "get a grip" on monitoring rail franchise agreements.
The Department for Transport (DfT) said improving Southern services was a priority for the government.