Harriet Scott sits in for Penny and Nick Godwin sits in for Paul.
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Paul with Harriet Scott sitting in for Penny.
Harriet Scott sits in alongside Paul.
Penny is in Canary Wharf and Paul is in Whitechapel with an election special.
Remembering Lee Rigby and A&E visits.
Changes to child maintenance arrangements.
Abu Hamza guilty of supporting terrorism and a shortage of affordable housing.
Rising house prices and the local and European elections.
Penny with Nick Godwin sitting in for Paul.
Children running away in London and complaining about your mortgage payments.
Grumpy teenagers, a third runway at Heathrow and can torture be justified?
Tax avoidance and death and dying lessons in school.
Counter-terrorism powers and are you addicted to the internet?
Portable cameras for police officers and a firefighter delivers a baby in north London.
Should all carers have a basic grasp of English before working in care homes?
A shortage of beds for mental health patients and an armed robber goes missing.
Last ditch talks to try to stop the three day Tube strike will be held later.
Carrying knives and firefighters are set to strike over pensions.
Police stop and search powers are to be overhauled.