Abu Qatada's deportation.
‘Inspire a Generation’ has been revealed as the official slogan for the London Olympics.
The latest on the Anders Breivik case.
Parents of children who persistently truant should have their child benefit cut.
Adverts which suggested gay people could be cured have been banned from London buses.
Heathrow may not be able to cope with thousands of extra passengers for the Olympic Games.
The UK Border Agency has been heavily criticised by MPs.
Is feminism still an issue? Also, we speak about the 100th anniversary of the Titanic.
Teachers prepare to strike over pensions and pay and how well do you know your neighbours?
All the top stories and with the Met facing a flood of complaints we ask is London racist?
We discuss if the cane was the last effective punishment, the hosepipe ban and careers.
We discuss dangerous dogs being classified as offensive weapons and the Big Society Bank.
A 15-year-old boy who murdered his mother is detained for a minimum of 16 years.
Prostitutes are being 'cleaned off the streets' for the Olympics.
The Conservative cash-for-access scandal.
Mary Portas High Street plans get the government go ahead.
Demand for fuel shoots up in case of a tanker drivers' strike.
A lack of support for young people contributed to the outbreak of riots last summer.
London mayoral candidates Brian Paddick and Jenny Jones answer your questions.
Tuberculosis has increased by 8% in London.
Reaction to Chancellor George Osborne's third Budget.
Chancellor George Osborne's third Budget.
The race for London's next Mayor has officially begun.
Gaby with Chris Rogers sitting in for Paul.
Literacy standards in English schools are falling behind those in other countries.
1 in 3 Londoners don't believe their area is a good place to bring up children.
As of September some London pupils will only receive careers advice online.
Should elderly drivers should be re-tested?
What inspires you to get involved in charity work?