Talking about sobriety bracelets and the Palestinian flag in Tower Hamlets.
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Driverless cars to use public roads by next year.
Plans to charge drivers of diesel cars to drive into London and aggressive seagulls.
One in seven people trying to see a GP in London can't get an appointment.
The British economy is now bigger than it was before the global financial crisis in 2008.
A report into allegations undercover police spied on bereaved families.
There are warnings that weapons made in the UK could have ended up being used in Ukraine.
The first ever 'Girl Summit' in the UK takes place in London today.
Matt Lorenzo sits in for Paul alongside Penny.
Adults could be offered statin drugs to protect them against heart attacks and strokes.
Saving local shops from the dominance of out-of-town malls and warnings of a heat wave.
Should police carry out checks at A&E wards to catch drunks who are abusing the system?
William Hague and Kenneth Clarke leave their jobs in the cabinet reshuffle.
The Met Police will only recruit Londoners from next month and Germany win the World Cup.
Harriet Scott sits in alongside Paul.
Paul with Harriet Scott sitting in for Penny.
Paramedic salaries and the Tour de France is coming to London on Monday.
Solar panels in London and security at Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
Met Police 'deleted discrimination findings'.
The guilty verdicts of Rolf Harris, foreign languages at poll counts and Monty Python.